‘Nightline’ Daily Line, July 17: Delta Flight Needle Victim Put on HIV Meds

By ABC News

Jul 17, 2012 2:44pm

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4:50 p.m. ET:  Kerry Kennedy pleaded not guilty today to driving under the influence of drugs, and said that a seizure caused the erratic driving that led to a collision with a tractor-trailer last week.

She said “I remember getting on the highway and then I have no memory until I was stopped at a traffic light and a police officer was at my car door.”

Watch Kennedy’s press conference where she apologized for the crash below:
YzUwYjQwMyZvZj*w Nightline Daily Line, July 17: Delta Flight Needle Victim Put on HIV Meds2:25 p.m. ET:If diplomatic achievements were measured by the number of countries visited, Hillary Rodham Clinton would be the most accomplished secretary of state in history, reports the AP.
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While historians will debate and eventually rate her tenure as America’s top diplomat, Clinton is already assured of a place in the State Department record book. The globetrotting Clinton has traveled to 102 countries and logged a mind-boggling 843,839 miles.Read the full story here10:51 a.m. ET: Don’t miss Jennifer Lopez and her new boyfriend, Casper, on the show tonight! Here’s a teaser: their appearance on “GMA” this morning:

10:40 a.m.: Here’s the latest — an ABC News exclusive — on the scary story we led with last night involving needles in sandwiches on a Delta flight: Delta Flight Needle Victim Put on HIV Meds.

 

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