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Ron Miscavige on Life at Scientology's 'Gold' Base: Part 3
David Miscavige's father claims he and his wife lived under serious restrictions.
Apple at 40: What Steve Jobs Said About Computers in 1981
Here's a #FallbackFriday that brings a rush of nostalgia on Apple 's 40th anniversary. Steve Jobs and writer David Burnham debated computers on "Nightline" in 1981 where both men discussed potential privacy concerns raised by the personal computing revolution. "I think one of the things you really
Ray Bradbury on Space Travel After Challenger Disaster
The acclaimed science-fiction writer spoke to Ted Koppel on Jan. 28, 1986 about the future of manned space flights.
End of Iran Hostage Crisis: 'Nightline' Reports as Americans Are Freed
Ted Koppel anchors coverage of the end of the Iran crisis when the American hostages were finally freed after 444 days.
See ABC's 1980 Broadcast on John Lennon's Death
On this day 35 years ago, the world lost an icon when John Lennon was shot outside his New York home by Mark David Chapman. He was 40 years old. On Dec. 8, 1980, ABC began the network's late-night news program with the news that the Beatles star had been shot three times. It's still a moment that
March 24, 1980: 'Nightline' Debuts
On this day in history, ABC News executives make "Nightline" a permanent broadcast.
2 Simultaneous Hostage Standoffs in Paris Linked: Officials
Officials say the two gunmen in separate hostage situations were tried for attempt to break convicted terrorist out of jail.
Imagining What Would Elvis Be Like at 80
The King, who would have turned 80 today, would be close in age to Pop Francis and John McCain.
'GMA' Lost Tapes: See the Anchors Before They Were Famous
Another one of our incredible ideas we're calling this parade. Chaos tapes stiff like that and I'm not entirely unlike the lord and lady. Com and keep you may have never heard of our she roams the world looking for never but forcing TV moments of people. Long before they were famous in this morning
June 1, 2005: Ted Koppel Interviews Ben Bradlee
Bradlee describes the pressure of reporting on the Watergate scandal for The Washington Post.