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Variety special celebrating the 225th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. The program features a reading of the Declaration of Independence by Hollywood stars; a music performance by Garth Brooks; highlights of July 4th celebrations from each of the original 13 colonies: and fireworks.
Peter Jennings goes to the Holy Land and retraces the footsteps, and the life, of the man known in his day as Jesus of Nazareth. Jennings and his team travel to Bethlehem, Nazareth, the Judean Desert, the Sea of Galilee, and then Jerusalem, in an effort to form a more detailed picture of the Jesus o
John Stossel investigates lawyers, lawsuits, and the American legal system in this news special.
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The program examines the latest on the search for Osama bin Laden and its effect on America's war on terrorism.
News special that reflects on the past year and anticipates the New Year, anchored by Peter Jennings from the Rose Center For Earth and Space at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. The program includes coverage of New Year's celebrations from London, Rio de Janeiro, Capetown, Mo
An investigation into the damaging effects of stress on women. The program explores the latest information on stress and its connection to serious illness, memory loss and depression.
Live coverage of celebrities as they arrive for the 73rd annual Academy Awards presentation from the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium.
Elizabeth Vargas reports on the life of late supermodel Gia Carangi. The program reveals how drug addiction and the pressures of sudden fame led modeling's "it" girl into a downward spiral that ended with her death from AIDS at age 26 in 1986.
News documentary that investigates the disappearance of 21-year-old Lucie Blackman. Lucie worked at a Tokyo Hostess Club where so many young women -- many from America -- hope to find fast money and independence. Through interviews with Lucie's co-workers and family, the program unravels the search
News documentary that investigates the disappearance of American couple, Tom and Eileen Lonergan, at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, on January 25, 1998.
Documentary that examines how much of the world we know in 2000 was inspired by ideas the Beatles popularized during the six years they commanded the world's attention. The special is also a portrait of today's heroes, who talk about the influence the band had on them as individuals.
News special dedicated to an exploration of environmental issues, including global warming and the impact it has had on society. The program features segments on an underwater habitat in Key Largo, Florida, where students are learning about coral bleaching; the impact that the warming of the Earth h
Live coverage of Super Bowl XXXIV, with the Tennessee Titans taking on the St. Louis Rams from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia.
Magician David Blaine performs illusions and stunts that seem to defy logic and reason. Blaine freezes himself in a block of ice for 72 hours in the middle of New York City, only to be freed from his huge ice cube, live on television.
On the day following President Clinton's arrival in India, Peter Jennings reports on the tension between India and Pakistan, made more dangerous by the fact that both countries talk openly about the possibility of a nuclear war.
ABC News special providing the stories of some of the 20th century's most influential, distinguished and fascinating women. Includes new and archival interviews conducted by Barbara Walters.
Coverage of the 1998 Winter Olympic Games from Nagano, Japan.
As the Barbie doll approaches her 40th birthday, Correspondent Robert Krulwich interviews women about the enduring appeal of Barbie.
News special examining the breakthrough approaches, treatments and drugs which are giving new hope and longer survival to cancer sufferers. Includes interviews with scientists, doctors and the men, women and children living with the disease.
In a special seminar set up by ABC News, John Gray, author of the book "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus," gives couples advice on improving their relationships. The couples are captured on camera over a period of months trying to utilize Gray's relationship skills. At the end of the program,
Critical survey of the career and legacy of President John F. Kennedy, partially based on material from the book, "The Dark Side of Camelot" by Seymour Hirsh.
Report on an American couple whose study of wildlife in Africa became a dangerous crusade to save the elephants from poachers.
Reports on the developments in the lives of some of the people touched by the Oklahoma City bombing in the year since the tragedy.
John Stossel examines the pursuit of happiness in this special. Several factors that seem to help people achieve happiness are discussed including control, optimism, humor, and close relationships. Stossel presents scientific data suggesting that due to genetics some people are actually born happy.
Revisit to America's first set of surviving sextuplets -- the Dilleys of Indianapolis -- as their third birthday nears. Their parents reveal the challenges they face as the special spends an entire day with the family. Also included is a look at America's second set of sextuplets, the Haners of Chat
Documentary special looking at intellectually gifted children, how their educations progress and what happens to them once through with formal schooling.
Documentary addressing controversial questions surrounding the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan at the end of World War II. Includes interviews with historians and analysis of records left by participants in the decision.
A presentation of the 21st annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
Broadcast of the 20th annual daytime Emmy Awards.
A special chronicling the case of Kimberly Michelle Mays, who in 1978 was switched at birth with another baby girl, Arlena Twigg. Nine years later the mix-up was discovered when Arlena underwent blood tests prior to heart surgery.
An investigation of the devastating effects nuclear weapons testing in Nevada has had on the residents who lived in the areas surrounding the test site.
A news special examining the career of Ross Perot, his views and his pursuit of goals.
A news special in which Americans from across the United States ask Ross Preot questions concerning the economy, social climate and other areas pertinent to his bid for the presidency.
A news special featuring leading experts in AIDS research who discuss prevention and protection. Viewers as well as the studio audience discuss their concerns with the experts.
A news special examining how children are affected by stereotyping and the problems of diversity.
A special commemorating the 50th anniverary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Survivors of the attack recall their memories of December 7, 1941.
A news special examining changes in the American work place. Explores the shifting relationship between managers and workers and the adjustments being made in contemporary work environments.
An investigative special in which Peter Jennings reports from inside Cambodia on the activities of the Khmer Rouge, a radical Communist guerrilla group which may be returning to power with the help of the United States.
A news special, anchored by Peter Jennings, focusing on firearms and the dispute over gun control in the United States. Part of a series of prime-time news specials airing under the umbrella title "Peter Jennings Reporting."
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Special hosted by Peter Jennings which examines the impact and circumstances surrounding the famous oration given by Martin Luther King Jr. at Washington D.C.'s Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the event's 40th anniversary.
John Stossel looks at what it takes for teens to be popular. Stossel discovers why kids dish it out, why they take it and what schools can do about social cruelty. A self proclaimed geek, Stossel revisits his classmates to learn if the roles we play in childhood shape the adults we become.
John Stossel does a "consumer report" on government, exposing programs that squander money and rules that make no sense. Stossel also looks at a typical St. Louis family and their tax burden and talks to tax experts. Stossel drops in on D.C. committee hearings and the General Accounting Office and l
A report on the disappearance of Kathie Durst, a medical student and wife of a New York City real-estate heir, who was last seen in January 1982.
John Stossel investigates the pros and cons of tampering with nature. The program examines genetically modified foods, global warming and human cloning.
One of the most notorious murder cases is getting national attention again. The program examines the 1991 murder of the Lancaster County (Pennsylvania) teen Laurie Show and the prosecution of Lisa Michelle Lambert for the crime. Federal judge Stewart Dalzell is expected to rule on whether to free La
John Stossel reports on masters of "hype" (excessive or misleading publicity) and the researchers who study them. The program also explores the origins of hype, from pharaohs who told people they were gods, to P.T. Barnum, who once promoted a beautiful Fiji mermaid, which was actually the head of a
John Stossel looks at several fronts in the battle between free speech and censorship.
Interviews with Oscar nominees and a behind-the-scenes look at preparations for Oscar night.
John Stossel explores what it is about America that accounts for its inventiveness and prosperity. He reports that of all factors that affect the success of a nation -- such as climate, geography and luck -- nothing matters as much as economic and cultural liberty.
John Stossel reports on the passions of teens and offers parents advice for better understanding this turbulent time of life.
John Stossel examines how superstitions and faith can impact our minds, bodies and our wallets.
Special challenges the negative definition of greed and presents a new way to define greed by examining the good things that enlightened self-interest can inspire, such as better transportation, faster food and cheaper products.
John Stossel challenges conventional wisdom to ask,"When individuals engage in behaviors that primarily harm only themselves, is it right, in a free society, for government to intervene?"
A report on the state of marriage, fidelity and love and how scientists and social researchers have discovered new clues to the mystery of the mating game.
Reporter John Stossel hosts this special examining the pervasive culture of "freeloading." Celebrities and figures in the worlds of sports, business and politics are often guilty of freeloading. The special features interviews with people accused of trying to get something for nothing and people who
Special celebrating the 25th anniversary of Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Special provides an update on progress made in the fight against AIDS in America, including important medical advances, changing attitudes in society and the sports world towards HIV postive people, and personal accounts from children and teens with AIDS.
Analysis of the courtroom testimony, judicial rulings and the judge's instructions to the juries in the trial of Lyle and Erik Menendez who have admitted to killing their millionaire, Beverly Hills parents.
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