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Bobby Brown on Falling in Love, Marrying Whitney Houston: Part 2
Brown said the first time he saw Whitney do hard drugs was on their wedding day and they both struggled with drug addiction.
Behind the Scenes at the Muhammad Ali Center
ABC News' Diane Sawyer gets an inside look at the museum that celebrates the boxer's life with his wife, Lonnie.
Muhammad Ali and His Wife Discuss Their Battles with Parkinson's
ABC News' Diane Sawyer Interviewed the legendary boxer and his wife in 2007.
Muhammad Ali's Wife Lonnie Speaks About Their Lives Together
The couple first met in their hometown and later reunited after the boxing legend was first diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
Youngest Journalist to Interview President Obama Graduates From High School
He was the precocious 10-year-old boy in a tuxedo who whispered a question in journalist Diane Sawyer 's ear on Inauguration night 2009. Then, at age 11, he became the youngest journalist ever to interview President Barack Obama. Now, 18-year-old Damon Weaver adds another title to his already
Rikers Island: A History of Inmate Abuse Allegations Through Surveillance Videos
] /> On the ABC News app? Click HERE to watch this interactive video. Rikers Island: the very name has long been synonymous with violence, fear, abuse of inmates -- including adolescents and the mentally ill. In August 2014, U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara released a highly critical report citing a
Inside 'The Box' With Some of Rikers Island's Most Violent Inmates: Part 1
Diane Sawyer went inside the unit called punitive segregation, where inmates are locked up for up to 23 hours a day.
Prisoners' Rights Project Evaluates Rikers Island Reforms
When New York City settled a class-action lawsuit over abuses at Rikers Island, officials agreed to implement reforms that would, in the words of U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara , “fix a broken system and dismantle a decades-long culture of violence.” That was June 2015. As the first anniversary
Inside Rikers Island: Plan to Get Rid of Solitary Confinement
ABC News' Diane Sawyer brings you inside the prison as its new commissioner implements his new plan.