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A New Years Eve celebration with live musical performances.
Diane Sawyer takes a look at the life and career of late actor John Ritter through clips and interviews.
Diane Sawyer visits with the Dilley Sextuplets, the first set of sextuplets to all survive, as they enter their 10th year. Also, a visit with the Headricks, the newest family of surviving sextuplets.
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
Dick Clark hosts the annual New Year's eve event from New York's Times Square with featured music performances from Hollywood.
Live coverage of Super Bowl XXXIV, with the Tennessee Titans taking on the St. Louis Rams from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dick Clark hosts the annual New Year's eve event from New York's Times Square with featured performances from the past year's most successful music tours.
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.
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.
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.
John Stossel examines "junk science" -- claims and warnings that are supposedly authenticated and based on science, but may really be distorted and incorrect. Some of the topics explored include: Vitamin C's alleged power to ward off the common cold; exaggerated levels of iron in spinach; two Utah s
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
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.
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 investigates lawyers, lawsuits, and the American legal system in this news special.
Special chronicling the career of Barbara Walters. Highlights some of the important events she has witnessed and reported over the past two decades. Also features some of her interviews with prominent world figures and celebrities.
Report on an American couple whose study of wildlife in Africa became a dangerous crusade to save the elephants from poachers.
Documentary special looking at intellectually gifted children, how their educations progress and what happens to them once through with formal schooling.
A presentation of the 21st annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
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.
Broadcast of the 20th annual daytime Emmy Awards.
Examination of innovative of teaching methods in schools around the United States.
A special marking the 30th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Uses interviews and archival footage to examine the events of October 1962, when President Kennedy demanded that the Soviet Union remove its nuclear warheads from Cuba.
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