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Network for misconduct victims wants to make newsrooms safer
Press Forward, a group of sexual misconduct victims in the newsroom, wants to go beyond offering support
Tanzanian children, hunted for body parts, receive prosthetic limbs: Part 2
Baraka and Mwigulu, who were brutally attacked for having albinism, met with doctors in New York City this summer as part of a goodwill mission.
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.
July 14, 1998: Morrie: a man teaches others how to live and die
"Nightline's" Ted Koppel speaks with Mitch Albom, author of "Tuesdays with Morrie."
Ted Koppel and Sean Hannity exchange words over opinion shows
"The View" co-hosts discuss the blurred lines between journalists and political commentators.
People Icons 03/05/17: Heroes and Survivors
Highlights of real-life survival and hero stories include a remarkable mom who lost both her legs to save her children; the story of Baby Jessica, Lauren Scruggs and Austin Hatch; kid survivors and pet heroes are profiled.
Wendi McLendon-Covey dishes on 'The Goldbergs'
You and me both, girl. Yeah. We see you dance on "The goldbergs." But you were a dancer for a lot of years. I -- listen, I don't like to say that. I like to say I was a leotard owner. But we -- Yeah. Ah. Someone got in my old yearbook. Yes, we did. High school in the '80s. That looks great. I'm the
How 'La La Land' has fueled a tap dancing craze
and I know at home, we do say this but we really mean it, a fantastic audience. I'm not kidding. The bar gets higher and higher. Want to explain this? It's margarita day. National margarita day. Then why did they bring mountain dew? We were joking like it's national hot dog day. So we were like
Janet Reno's Time as Attorney General Filled with Difficult Decisions
Former Attorney General Janet Reno, who passed away in the early Monday morning hours, was as at the center of some incredibly difficult decisions and times a controversial figure, making her one of the most high-profile leaders at the Department of Justice . "She never shied from criticism or
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: 1997 'Nightline' Interview with Cartoonist Michael Crawford
Dec. 12, 1997: Ted Koppel interviews cartoonist Michael Crawford, whose work had appeared in The New Yorker magazine.