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Steve Osunsami is an award-winning correspondent for ABC News based in the network’s Southern Bureau in Atlanta, contributing reports to “World News with David Muir,” “Good Morning America,” “Nightline,” and other ABC News broadcasts and platforms. He began his network career at ABC News in April
ABC's 'World News Tonight' sees rise among younger viewers
ABC's "World News Tonight" is sealing its rise to the top of the evening news competition with a milestone victory
Feb. 26, 1993: World Trade Center bombing
In New York City beneath the twin towers of the World Trade Center a massive explosion in an underground parking garage. Tens of thousands of people to evacuate two of the world's tallest buildings. From ABC this is world news tonight which. Peter Jennings good evening here in New York tonight
Dec. 8, 1993: Gunman kills 6 on LIRR train
Colin Ferguson opened fire on a Long Island Rail Road train in Garden City, New York.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas profiled as 'Person of the Week' in 1989
Peter Jennings reports on the author and environmentalist known as the "Grande Dame of the Everglades."
Feb. 1, 2003: Space shuttle Columbia disaster
The space shuttle broke apart as it reentered the Earth's atmosphere, killing all seven crew members.
The story of ABC News legend Tony Hirashiki
The veteran cameraman has written a book called "On the Frontline of the Television War" about his years on the battlefields of Vietnam.
Capturing Vietnam: Veteran ABC cameraman on the dangers of filming a war
"On The Frontlines of the Television War" tells the story of Tony Hirashiki's years on the battlefields of Vietnam.
ANALYSIS: 3 health care problems could shape the next decade as much as medicine
This is the first article in a five-part series. When it comes to health care in the U.S., I have no idea what’s going to happen in the next five years –- but I think I know what’s going to happen in ten years. That sweeping prediction stems from several decades of reporting on health care issues
Tales of survival from Mexico's 1985 earthquake
John Quinones reported from Juarez Hospital, where rescuers pulled newborns from the rubble.