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ARCHIVAL VIDEO: John Hinckley, Jr.'s Parents Speak Out in 1983
April 28, 1983: Barbara Walters interviews the parents of John Hinckley, Jr. for ABC's "20/20."
Melania Trump's Speechwriter Comes Forward to Apologize
An in-house writer for the Trump Organization and longtime friend of the Trump family has stepped forward with an apology for her involvement in the preparation of Melania Trump 's speech to the Republican National Convention Monday night, which bore similarities to a Michelle Obama speech. The
Alaska Challenges Delegate Vote Count at the RNC
ABC News' Tom Llamas reports from the floor of the Republican National Convention where Alaska is challenging the delegate vote count.
Melania Trump Takes Center Stage at the GOP Convention
As this former model steps into the spotlight, all eyes are watching to see if she is Donald Trump's secret weapon to clinch the presidency.
A New Chapter for Jazz Jennings, Transgender Teenager
Long before there was Caitlyn Jenner, there was Jazz fighting for respect and understanding, and now she's about to enter high school.
Muhammad Ali Talks Faith and Boxing Career
In an interview from 1978, the boxing legend opens up to ABC News' Barbara Walters about how he lives his life and what he thinks his legacy will be.
ABC News' Barbara Walters Shares a Classic Exchange with Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali
In 1978 Muhammad Ali had just been defeated by Leon Spinks, but as the interview shows, he was already plotting his rematch.
Did Megyn Kelly Go Easy on Trump in New Interview?
The co-hosts talk about the Fox News reporter's latest interview with Donald Trump.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro and Barbara Walters Discuss the US Embargo and Cuba's Economy in 2002
Oct. 11, 2002: Castro imagines Cuba's economic future if the U.S. were to lift its embargo.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro and Barbara Walters Reflect on Cuban Missile Crisis in 2002.
Oct. 11, 2002: Forty years after the Cuban Missile Crisis, Walters asks Castro to describe his communications with the Soviet Union's Khrushchev leading up to the crisis.