'Nightline' Daily Line, Sept. 20: In Solitary Confinement

VIDEO: ABCs Dan Harris voluntarily goes to the Denver County Jail to experience life under lockdown.
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5:12 p.m. ET: ABC's Dan Harris volintarily spent 48 hours at the Denver County Jail in solitary confinement to experience what it was like to be under lockdown. His powerful story airs tonight on "Nightline," but here is a preview:

"When that door closes and you're in here, by yourself, it is a very lonely feeling…"

"The worst part is the screaming…"

4:25 p.m. ET: The "Nightline" team wishes "Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts all the best during her treatment #TeamRobin http://abcn.ws/SEazlf

Credit: Meredith Frost/ABC

1:23 p.m. ET: What do you think this guy did? Story HERE

Credit: Press Association Via AP Images

1 1:33 a.m. ET: Walk it back, walk it back…

Credit: AP Photo

At the beginning of this roller-coaster week on the campaign trail, Mitt Romney's team was sending signals that the campaign was about to undergo a re-tooling of sorts.

Read ABC News' Political Unit's Michael Falcone and Amy Walter's analysis HERE

10:03 a.m. ET: The family of Yeardley Love, the college senior who was murdered by ex-boyfriend George Huguely, said today that they were shocked when they found out about Huguely's violent past and had urged Yeardley to get a restraining order against him.

Credit: Courtesy One Love Foundation

In an appearance on ABC's "Katie" today, Love's mother, Sharon Love, and her sister Lexie Love, recalled their growing concern over Yeardley Love's former boyfriend, a worry that Yeardley seemed to dismiss.

Read the full story HERE

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