The 1999 crisis in Kosovo
May 3, 1999: Ted Koppel reported live from Kosovo during the Serbian occupation.
Holley, who worked at the Los Angeles ABC News bureau, "World News Now," "What Would You Do?" and "20/20," was one of the original staffers at "Nightline."
Brown told Ted Koppel on "Nightline" it "took courage" walking into an all-white school 30 years earlier.
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.
"On The Frontlines of the Television War" tells the story of Tony Hirashiki's years on the battlefields of Vietnam.
"Nightline's" Ted Koppel speaks with Mitch Albom, author of "Tuesdays with Morrie."
"The View" co-hosts discuss the blurred lines between journalists and political commentators.
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.
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