'Nightline' Daily Line, Sept. 10: Bob Woodward Exclusive

Nicki Minaj: The Show Stopper

5:43 p.m. ET: It's the picture seen around the Web this weekend:

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Big Apple Pizza owner Scott Van Nuzer bear-hugged and hoisted President Obama off the ground during their brief meeting in Fort Pierce, Fla., Sunday.

But now, users have flooded the rate and review website Yelp, sending Big Apple Pizza's overall rating in a tailspin.

Read the full details HERE to find out why.

2:53 p.m. ET: Remember last week when the Internet was abuzz over Nicki Minaj endorsing Mitt Romney? Turns out even President Obama knew it was sarcasm.

Read the full details HERE

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Long before the rapper joined the political fray, "Nightline" spoke with her about her home life growing up in New York City and her music. Watch the full interview HERE:

1:41 p.m. ET: As top American officials and a Navy SEAL who was on the raid that killed Osama bin Laden grapple over whether the al Qaeda leader " resisted" before he was shot, the SEAL said in a recent interview that in the heat of battle, the men on the ground weren't going to take any chances with their target.

Read the full story HERE

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12:01 p.m. ET: American Express is suing Gary Giordano, the Maryland man detained for months in Aruba in the suspected death of his traveling companion, Robyn Gardner, last year.

Read the details HERE

"Nightline" talked with Giordano in December about what happened on that Aruba trip. Watch his side of the story HERE:

10:49 a.m. ET: DEVELOPING: For the first time in a quarter of a century Chicago teachers went on strike today after last-ditch negotiations over the weekend failed to produce a new labor agreement for the country's third-largest school district.

Read the latest HERE

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9:51 a.m. ET: EXCLUSIVE: "Gaps" in President Obama's leadership contributed to the collapse of a "grand bargain" on spending and debt last year, with the president failing to cultivate congressional relationships that may have helped him break through Republican opposition, author Bob Woodward told ABC News' Diane Sawyer.

Read more HERE and tune in to "World News with Diane Sawyer" and "Nightline" tonight to see Diane Sawyer's exclusive interview with Bob Woodward.

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