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20/20 brings you hard-hitting investigative reports, newsmaker interviews and compelling human interest and feature stories.

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ABC Started: Jun/06/1978
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    'As time goes on, you start to lose touch with the real world. The mindset becomes ‘Us against them,'' Remini said. 'The decision to leave is you are giving up everything you have ever known and everything you have worked for your whole life.' The actress also details her 30-year association with the Church in her new memoir, 'Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology.' 'I feel that people need to understand this has been my whole life,' Remini said 'I want them to understand how it happens.'

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    An Arkansas family re-homes two of its three adopted daughters when the girls' disruptive behavior causes the people to fear for their own safety.

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    The so-called 'affluenza' case of a Texas teenager who caused a fatal car accident that killed four people and severely wounded another made national headlines in 2013 when 16-year-old Ethan Couch's defense team used an unusual argument during the trial. During Couch's sentencing, a psychologist hired by the defense testified that the teen was a product of 'affluenza' -- a term used to describe Couch's irresponsible lifestyle associated with his affluent upbringing -- and that irresponsible parenting had 'strongly enabled' the accident, despite the fact that Couch had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit on the night of the crash.

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    Tennessee Woman Claims She's Victim of Online Threats to Her Life; Young Couple Found Murdered With Baby Alive, Covered in Blood; Woman Denies Wanting Couple Dead Because of Social Media Feud

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    ‘Shark Tank' Shark Kevin O'Leary Names His Top 5 Sales Techniques; What You Might Not Know About the Business of Mark Kay.

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    O.J. Simpson: Inside the Case of the Defense 'Dream Team'; Hear O.J. Simpson Speak For the First Time Under Oath.

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    Suzy Favor Hamilton's Secret Struggles Despite Success on Track; Olympic Runner Suzy Favor Hamilton Becomes Top Las Vegas Escort; Suzy Favor Hamilton Shocked by Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis.

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    Melissa Moore, daughter of Keith Jesperson, was a teenager when she found out her father was a serial killer.

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    ABC News Continues Its Year-Long Global Health Series by Examining the Most Dangerous Thing a Woman Can Do: Why So Many Women Are Dying During Pregnancy and Childbirth.

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    Just one week after police tracked down country star Mindy McCready, accused of kidnapping her five-year-old son, Zander, the country music star tells her side of the story exclusively to ABC News. On November 29, McCready, who does not have custody of her son, took him and fled to Arkansas during a visit with him. For the first time, McCready will reveal why she felt her son was in danger and the reasons behind the extraordinary lengths she took to keep him in her custody. She will also detail the dramatic moments when she and her son were discovered by police. The troubled star, now pregnant with twins, also explains the cryptic messages she sent early this week hinting that a judge found in her favor at a hearing in Arkansas.

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    How young is too young to sailor around the world on your own? Should parents just say no to kids who want to do something so dangerous? Is a 7-year-old too young to be taught to hate? Is it ok for10-year-old girls to dress in padded bras and dress sexy?

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    Most polygamous families don't share their lifestyle with the outside world for fear of prosecution, discrimination and being shunned by their neighbors and the community - that is, until now. For the first time, the entire Darger family of Salt Lake City welcomes 20/20 into their polygamous home, risking prosecution to make their case for the right to freely practice their religion. Joe Darger, 42, has three wives and 24 children - but his family does not fit the stereotype of polygamists who wear 19th-century clothing and cut themselves off from the 'evils' of mainstream society. They are attractive, outgoing, educated and have successfully blended into today's society, with their children going to public schools and hanging out with non-polygamous friends and families.

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    Michael Jackson's death on June 25, 2009 stunned the world. To many, the fact that his personal physician, cardiologist Conrad Murray, was right by his side - being paid $150,000 a month to watch over a sleep deprived Jackson six nights a week - was also shocking. Now a jury must decide if Murray was negligent, ultimately responsible for Jackson's death.

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    For the first time since Bernie Madoff was arrested almost three years ago for orchestrating the biggest ponzi scheme in American history, bilking investors of billions of dollars, a Madoff family member breaks her silence and reveals never-before-heard family secrets. In an exclusive television interview, Stephanie Madoff Mack, widow of Bernie's son, Mark Madoff, who took his own life two years to the day after his father's arrest, speaks candidly and emotionally to ABC News Anchor Chris Cuomo about marrying into one of New York's most powerful families, living through the public humiliation of Bernie Madoff's financial crimes and coping with her husband's suicide. She also reveals for the first time a letter Bernie Madoff sent to her from prison after her husband's suicide.

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    In February 2008, 14-year old Brandon McInerney and 15-year old Lawrence King sat a row apart in 8th grade English. Just days before Valentine's Day, Brandon brought a gun to middle school and shot and killed Larry in front of his classmates. The unanswered question remains, why?

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    In the final hours before the verdict in the appeal trial of Amanda Knox, the now 24-year-old American convicted in 2009 with two others of murdering her roommate, Elizabeth Vargas reports the very latest bombshells in court from Perugia, Italy. For the past week in an underground medieval courtroom, the closing arguments in Knox's appeal have been unfolding before a jury of two judges, six jurors and a worldwide audience of millions. The proceedings have been intense - the prosecution showing images of the fatal wounds to the victim, Knox's former roommate Meredith Kercher; the defense insisting that the young American is herself a victim of shoddy police work and an overzealous prosecution. As Amanda and her family wait for word that could mean freedom, or a life sentence, Vargas, who has been covering the story from the beginning, reveals never-before-seen letters from Knox to her family, new interviews and access to the investigation, and uncovers details about the prosecutor's questionable past and motives.

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    Everyone from stay-at-home moms to entrepreneurs, musicians and comedians are creating a new or second career and earning income by posting videos on YouTube. No longer do you need an agent or manager to launch a singing career or to publish a book. No longer do you need a company behind you to sell your ideas, products or how-to knowledge. Six years ago YouTube.com launched on the web and revolutionized video sharing. What began as a simple idea -- allowing anyone to upload and view videos, for free -- quickly transformed into a platform that connected the world. Now YouTube encompasses everything from how-to videos to entertainment, self expression, business and citizen journalism.

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    It was like a modern-day tale of Romeo and Juliet: A 14-year-old girl and 19-year-old boy fell madly in love, despite a parent's objection. But what happened next - a series of events that resulted in the murder of one of their mothers - was far from the ending of the Shakespeare play.

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    It was the 'puff' seen around the world: 13 million people watched a YouTube video of two-year-old Aldi, an Indonesian boy, puffing hungrily on cigarette after cigarette with his family looking on. But while many viewed the video with amusement and perhaps some shock, 20/20 traveled to Indonesia to find that Aldi is just the tip of the iceberg, just part of a much larger story.

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    Was it an accident or a suicide attempt at 80 mph on a highway that shattered one life and killed two other innocent people? Justine Winter was a 16-year-old straight-A student with a bright future. But one night, while breaking up with her boyfriend, she texted him that she wanted to end her life. Just a few minutes later, her car collided with a car carrying Erin Thompson and Erin's 13-year-old son, Caden. Both were killed instantly, yet somehow Justine survived and was charged as an adult with two counts of homicide. But was it? Did she deliberately kill a mother and her son, or did something else happen that night?

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    There are an estimated six million hoarders in the United States - and while they suffer tremendously from the effects of this mysterious and devastating mental illness, their families also suffer along with them. In fact children of hoarders often spend a lifetime feeling ashamed, trapped and traumatized by the conditions of their home. In an eye-opening report, 20/20 looks at the children of hoarders, who come clean about the shame, resentment and lifelong secrets of growing up in such conditions.

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    What happens to a family when a child's birth becomes a medical mystery? Barbara Walters reports on Kaylee Halko and Lindsay Ratcliffe, two vibrant young girls who suffer from a rapid-aging disease called progeria, a fatal condition that currently affects 80 known children in the world. The disease causes children to age at 10 times the normal rate. It is incredibly rare - occurring in only one of every four to eight million births - and always fatal. On average, children die at the age of 13.

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    Superpowers are usually associated with action superheroes like Superman or Batman. And right now, from movies like 'Captain America' to weekly fan conventions across the country, superheroes are bigger than ever. ABC invites viewers to meet some real people with superpowers that they've developed by dedicating their lives to the basic human urge to overcome limitations, to soar by unlocking abilities hidden deep within.

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    Millions of viewers watched Diane Sawyer's landmark interview with Jaycee Dugard, who was kidnapped at age 11 on her way to school and held captive for the next 18 years, during which time she was repeatedly abused and gave birth to two daughters. Many of those viewers filled the ABC News message boards with remarks about her survival and resilience. Now Chris Cuomo takes a closer look at Dugard's healing process, which includes a special horse therapy that has been an essential part of her treatment.

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    For 26 years it was a secret... what happened to the missing baby of infamous murderer Diane Downs, whisked away from the hospital just after birth, never to be heard from again. And with that kind of past, what kind of the future would she have? No one knew what became of this innocent child until now. Rebecca Babcock, born of a killer, talked to 20/20 about being the seed of a monster and how that legacy has shaped her life.

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    From being scammed on dating sites to sites dedicated to showcasing the gruesome, 20/20 reports on the growing number of people victimized online and how cyber acts can lead to very real, life altering damage. Cuomo and a team of cyber experts break down how cyber villains operate and how people can avoid falling victim.

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    In the cutthroat world of beauty pageants, where competition is fierce and the hint of scandal can cost you your crown, Blair Griffith was hiding something very personal. Last October Blair was crowned Miss Colorado in the Miss USA Pageant - the next shot was at the national title. But before her bags were even packed for the competition, a knock on the door upended her life. Her family, broke, was being evicted.

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    It's decision time for Senator John Edwards - will he enter a plea deal or will he be indicted by the Justice Department for allegedly violating campaign law? We now know the former Presidential hopeful lied about his affair and the child he had with Rielle Hunter, but did he misuse hundreds of thousands of dollars to cover up the affair?

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    Private Channing Moss was on patrol in Iraq with members of his platoon from the 10th Mountain Division from Ft. Drum, NY when he was struck by an RPG that lodged in his lower abdomen -- but didn't explode. The soldiers' rulebook dictates, in this rare incident, that the wounded soldier should be moved aside and made as comfortable as possible, but that the lives of others should not be risked to save his life. A series of tough calls - all against the rules - then ensued.

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    The days when the infomercial was a feature of only late-night TV viewing for insomniacs are long gone. Today infomercials are on 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offer a diversity of products for all tastes. In fact, the explosion and expansion of infomercial products has transcended TV, and these products are now on store shelves nationwide. But how often does 'too good to be true' ring true for infomercials? Who is watching - and buying -- the products that are being hawked by everyone from celebrities, fitness fanatics and other high-profile names? What's the next big thing? And what happens when you become an 'infomercial addict'?

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    How do you survive the emotional and physical scars of an explosive plane crash? Popular mommy-blogger Stephanie Nielson and her husband, Christian, recall in excruciating detail their story, from surviving the actual small Cesna plane crash, engulfed in flames, to their painful and long recovery, to how Stephanie overcame her depression and learned to be a mom again to children who did not recognize her.

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    Elton John and his partner, David Furnish, will sit down with Barbara Walters for their first major U.S. Television interview since the birth of their son, Zachary, this past Christmas. In the interview, John and Furnish will discuss why they wanted a child, how they kept the baby a huge secret until he was born, and how fatherhood has changed them both. They will also introduce Walters to Zachary, their four-and-a-half-month old son.

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    With home videos and rarely seen photographs from their childhoods and interviews with friends and Royal insiders, viewers are sure to learn things they never knew about the couple and their courtship.

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    Former Chicago Bears star player Shaun Gayle speaks for the first time about the murder of his pregnant girlfriend and unborn child, gunned down at close range in 2007 by a woman who was secretly obsessed with him.

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    It was a case that stumped police: who beat Inna Budnystka, a young, blond cruise line worker in a Florida hotel, snuck her out of the hotel and left her for dead in a deserted cul-de-sac? Surveillance cameras captured her entering the elevator at the Miami hotel where she'd been staying, but she was never seen leaving again. When she regained consciousness, her statements to police were contradictory and confusing.

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    Is a television show and its main character giving some viewers the idea to act on dark thoughts? ABC News Correspondent Jay Schadler reports on two murders which may have been inspired by the hit TV crime show 'Dexter.' Schadler travels to Rising Sun, Indiana to interview Andrew Conley, who was convicted of killing his younger brother, Conner, and to Edmonton, Alberta in Canada, where Mark Twitchell is currently on trial for the murder of John Altinger. Twitchell, a filmmaker who made a short film about a fictional murder in a garage, is alleged to have returned to the garage to commit murder for real. It's alleged that his movie script may have been a template for an actual homicide.

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    Carmina Salcido was just three when her father, Ramon, a hard working, hard drinking vineyard employee, went on a killing spree, taking the lives of seven people, including her mother, two sisters, grandmother and two young aunts, plus a vineyard supervisor. According to the doctors who saved her life, Carmina's survival was nothing short of a miracle.

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    Canning questions Sheen on his controversial remarks and his public feud with the CBS comedy's creator, Chuck Lorre, which resulted in the hit show's suspension, as well as his notorious headline-making actions.

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    Did Michele MacNeill, a former beauty queen and mother of eight, really die of natural causes after falling unconscious in the bathtub, as her husband, Martin, suspected and police concluded? The medical examiner originally ruled death by natural causes, but is there more to this tragedy than meets the eye? Could Martin, a well-established local doctor, have been responsible, as his daughters Alexis and Rachel allege?

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    Lisa Nowak has been to outer space, but that's nothing compared to the trip she took from Houston to Orlando. It was a bizarre story that made national headlines: decorated astronaut and national hero Lisa Nowak drove 900 miles through five states to confront her ex's new girlfriend, Air Force Captain Colleen Shipman, in a deserted dark Orlando airport parking lot. Why did Nowak have a knife, bb gun, mallet, pepper spray and diapers with her? What was her plan?

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    One Family's Desperate Attempt to Survive Nine Brutal Winter Days Lost In the Oregon Wilderness, with Little Food and Surrounded by Black Bears.

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    They started out like any kids, full of hope and dreams - but now they're homeless and in terrible danger of slipping between the cracks. These kids are not living under a bridge, but under the radar -- part of a new under-reported type of homelessness -- surfing from couch to couch, from the beds of friends to the beds of strangers. For over a year, Chris Cuomo and his team have chronicled the terrors and triumphs of four such teenagers, all surviving largely on their own.

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    Who killed a popular school nurse and beloved mother of five from a picture postcard New England town on Mother's Day, 2009? Newly divorced Stacey Burns was viciously murdered in her bedroom, her body discovered by her two oldest kids. Could ex-husband and the father of her children, Ed Burns, have had a motive after going through a bitter divorce. Did her ex-boyfriend, Jim Vittum, have one after a recent break up? Or did someone else play a role in the murder? A year and a half later, New Hampshire State Police still have many questions left to be answered.

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    In his first interview since the tragic shootings at the Safeway in Tucson, Arizona, Capt. Mark Kelly sits down one-on-one with Diane Sawyer to offer an intimate portrait of a modern American love story, and to talk about a great national tragedy and finding the strength to heal. Their emotional conversation took place one week after the tragic shooting.

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    Why did high school outcast Christine Paolilla, who was transformed from an ugly duckling into 'Miss Irresistible,' turn on the very girls who made her popular? On a hot, quiet July 2003 afternoon, four recent high school graduates, including Paolilla's two best friends and the most popular girls in school, Rachael Koloroutis and Tiffany Rowell, were gunned down at Tiffany's home in a Houston, Texas suburb. Police were baffled by the murders, which were seemingly random. But as police dug deeper in an investigation that dragged on for three years, they discovered that the killer might be closer to home than anyone ever expected. Was Christine Paolilla responsible for murdering Rachael, Tiffany and two others?

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    Whom to believe -- mother or son? Just hours after the drowning death of seven-year-old Adrianna Hutto, her six-year-old brother, AJ, had a horrific story to tell police about their mother, Amanda Lewis. He accused his mother of dunking Adrianna, drowning her in their Florida pool. But can AJ be believed, or was he coached into telling the damaging story?

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    In an ABC News investigation, Brian Ross tracks down the American fugitives accused of being part of a scam that has affected thousands of senior citizens. US officials say the swindlers, based offshore, have used new technology and the good name of the Make-a-Wish Foundation to rip off millions of dollars from unsuspecting Americans.

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    Chris Cuomo's Exclusive Television Interview with Bobbi Ann Finley, Who Allegedly Targeted More than a Dozen Servicemen by Marrying Them and Taking off with Their Money.

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    The question of who murdered a Fayetteville, North Carolina military wife and two of her young daughters in their own home, leaving only one toddler alive, seemed to be answered with the conviction of a soldier who was a husband and a father himself. But years later that verdict was overturned and the original suspect, Tim Hennis, was acquitted. Then, after two decades of freedom, dramatic new evidence points back to Hennis. Elizabeth Vargas reports on a murder mystery that played out over 25 years... and came to a surprise ending in a North Carolina courtroom this past April.

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    A man who lost 400 pounds and gained a new life, a bald model who wins beauty pageants, a man with an idea that catapulted his financial worth into the stratosphere, a wife who stunned her neighbors -- and her husband -- when she fell in love with another woman.

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    How can a person living a life many can only dream of suddenly become a cold blooded murderer? Kelley Cannon was an attractive, well-to-do debutante who lived in a grand house with beautiful kids and a loving attorney husband. But after a back injury left her abusing drugs and spending time in rehab, her world started to fall apart. First her husband, James, filed for divorce, than he won temporary custody of their four young children. After James was found dead in a closet, strangled to death by a phone charger cord, all eyes turned to Kelley. Was this once petite woman capable of killing a man -- the man she once loved - with nothing more than a phone cord?

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    Washington Redskins Cheerleader Ambassador Desiree Jennings, 25, had everything going for her until one day her body suddenly stopped working, turning into a twisted, jerky mess. For some inexplicable reason, when she runs, Desiree's body untwists and straightens out, and sometimes she can walk backwards and sideways without trouble. Footage of this unusual phenomenon spread quickly online, making her an internet sensation. Was it caused by a flu shot, as Desiree thought? Her journey for answers to this medical mystery takes her to a controversial osteopath in North Carolina and ultimately leads people to question whether or not her affliction is real.

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    Did an attractive yoga teacher from Maine try to kill her husband by beating him with a baseball bat as he slept, then shoot herself in a staged home invasion? Jim Avila reports on the heinous crime that stunned a small Maine community, and the trial of Linda Dolloff.

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    Was the untimely death of a Baptist preacher's wife really a suicide as the justice of the peace first ruled or was Kari Baker, a perfectly healthy mother of two, murdered by her husband? Kari's family's persistence in keeping the case alive, finding another woman and suspecting foul play, ultimately led to her husband Matt's arrest, and then conviction.

  • s2010e30
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    It has been a year since Michael Jackson's death and now, only on 20/20, what no one has yet heard, new intimate details from those who stood by his side right to the end.

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    A mystery woman who says she was a first love and longtime confidante of Joran van der Sloot is speaking out for the first time.

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    How young is too young... Should parents just say no to kids who want to do something so extreme and dangerous as climbing Mt. Everest, bullfighting or sailing solo around the world? Is a seven-year-old too young to hate? Is a 10-year-old plagued with psychiatric disorders too young to use medical marijuana?

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    Is it ever okay to take the law into your own hands? That question has divided a California community since the murder of a respected town businessman last February. Aaron Vargas, a young father about to be married, shot and killed Darrell McNeill - a former neighbor and the father of his childhood best friend - while McNeill's wife watched. But as the story unfolded, everyone in Fort Bragg, CA was stunned to learn of the alleged dark secrets kept for decades between the two men. Vargas told his family and the authorities that McNeill had sexually and psychologically abused him for years. Was killing McNeill revenge? Vigilante justice?

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    The only thing possibly worse than losing loved ones in a fire would be if you were falsely accused of setting the blaze. Yet that's what some experts say happens around the country when the wrong fire investigator determines arson based on outdated techniques. Is it what happened to Amanda Kelly? Kelly's world fell apart on a winter's day in 2001 when she was charged with arson, accused of setting a fire that engulfed her Alexandria, Louisiana home, killing her three children. She faced the death penalty.

  • s2010e21
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    On Friday evening, 20/20 co-anchor Elizabeth Vargas will have an intimate and jaw-dropping report on mothers who are struggling to stay alive, battling their alcohol addiction before it's too late. The in-depth hour profiles the stories of four women from across the country who open up with startling honesty about their battle with the bottle.

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    It seemed like a neighborhood right out of the 1950's, where adults kept an eye out for trouble and children walked home from school every day without fear. Until one day last October, when 7-year-old Somer Thompson seemed to vanish into thin air on a crowded sidewalk -- in broad daylight -- less than a mile from her home. Her body was discovered two days later in a landfill in Georgia, and the community was shocked to learn that there were 162 known sex offenders and predators living amongst them within a five mile radius of Somer's elementary school.

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    Barbara Walters interviews South Carolina's First Lady Jenny Sanford in conjunction with her memoir, Staying True,' which will be published in February. Sanford discusses how she tried to stay true to herself and her family after husband Governor Mark Sanford disappeared and then revealed his extramarital affair with an Argentinean woman, the heartbreak behind the headlines of their marriage breakup, and being a political spouse.

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    Andrew Young, a former longtime aide and trusted friend of Senator John Edwards, sat down for an exclusive interview with ABC News correspondent Bob Woodruff regarding his upcoming memoir, The Politician: An Insider Account of John Edwards's Pursuit of the Presidency and the Scandal that Brought Him Down. In his interview with Woodruff, Young chronicles his time with Senator Edwards, including his efforts to hide the secret that would eventually shock the American public.

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    At age 24, British model Katie Piper seemed to have it all, stunning beauty, a non-stop social life and a growing career as a print and television personality in England. But in a shocking moment filmed entirely by security cameras on a busy London street, Katie was doused with sulfuric acid by a complete stranger. Her face and body were badly burned, and any hope of continuing her life as a model was over. Worse, Katie suspected that the attack had been orchestrated by a new boyfriend. But why would someone do this?

  • s2010e01
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    ABC 20/20‘s David Muir got the chance to speak with Pope Francis up close and personal during his visit to the Vatican. This special edition will consist of a meeting with a live audience that will include people from Texas, Los Angeles, and Chicago, according to ABC News. The event will also be witnessed globally in what many are calling a virtual audience, since it marks the first time that the Pope has held such a meeting in order to connect with online audiences all over the world.
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    The trail of workplace rage that appears in part to have led a Virginia news reporter to shoot two colleagues today on live television is meticulously -– even hauntingly -– laid out in a long series of memos filed as part of Vester Lee Flanagan’s lawsuit against his onetime employer, WDBJ. The 167-page file from Roanoke City General District Court documents a series of alleged issues with his former employer -- for whom the victims, Alison Parker and Adam Ward, also worked -- according to memos written to and about Flanagan by station management. On May 31, 2012 included in the documents, Flanagan’s news director at the time cited the reporter -– who used the professional name Bryce Williams -– for cursing at his cameraman and berating him in front of an interview subject, the documents say.
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    Why This Woman Fell in Love With a Convicted Killer on Death Row; Woman on Mission to Prove Her Husband Didn't Kill 3 Women; Man on Death Row For 3 Murders Insists He's an Innocent Man
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    As the sun rose across the sweeping savannas of Hwange National Park in Hwange, Zimbabwe, on July 1, Minnesota dentist Dr. Walter Palmer was just arriving in the country. Palmer had allegedly paid veteran safari guide Theo Bronkhorst at least $50,000 to help him bag a big lion in Zimbabwe. Palmer once boasted of having hunted big game around the world, including moose, deer, buffalo, mountain lions and even a polar bear, according to the New York Times. By the next day, Palmer killed 13-year-old Cecil, one of the world’s most famous lions and the biggest dominant male black-maned lion in Hwange National Park. Cecil the Lion: New Details Emerge Into the Moments Before He Was Shot by American Dentist Who Admitted Killing Cecil the Lion Sends Patients Letter About Incident. “I think [Palmer] came here,” Brent Stapelkamp, one of the lion researchers who had tracked Cecil with a GPS collar since 2008 as part of an Oxford University lion study, told ABC News’ “20/20.”
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    When convicted murderers Matt, 48, and Sweat, 34, escaped from the maximum security on June 6, it launched a nationwide manhunt. When they escaped, Guess deployed a massive force involving more than 1,600 members of law enforcement from 11 different agencies all over the country for searches on the ground and in the air. The Titus Mountain Family Ski Center in New York was turned into a police command center. Their search zone just surrounding the prison spanned over “hundreds of square miles,” Guess said. The area around Dannemora, New York, where the Clinton Correctional Facility is located, is unforgiving terrain, with the Adirondack wilderness full of dark woods, deep ravines and high mountains.
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    On Friday, 20/20 goes inside the stranger than fiction story that prompted unkind comparisons to the movie “Gone Girl”, a bizarre abduction plot even more riveting than the Hollywood movie. When Vallejo, California resident Aaron Quinn reported that kidnappers broke into his home, abducted his girlfriend Denise Huskins, and demanded a ransom, their story garnered national attention. The couple was initially accused by some investigators of staging the whole thing and Vallejo police eventually dismissed the case as an elaborate hoax after Huskins reappeared reportedly unharmed. Now, just this week, in a shocking twist, police have arrested Matthew Mueller, a disbarred Harvard-educated lawyer and US marine veteran who is now being linked to a crime with similarities in Dublin, California. But even more peculiar and disturbing details are emerging, the lingering question of whether he may have not acted alone and the FBI arrest warrant released with astonishing details surrounding the crime- the “wet suit” they say was worn by the suspect while he allegedly terrorized his victims - threatening to drug them with NyQuil, electric shock them and force them into a closet while he wore swim goggles. Then, there are the allegedly incriminating items police found in Mueller’s car and storage locker including women’s make-up, black duct tape, pliers, drones and a video camera. As more bizarre twists and turns emerge in the headlines every day, is this a widespread kidnapping ring? Are there more victims still out there who have not come forward?
  • s37e50
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    What It Was Like to Grow Up With Dad Who Was 'Happy Face Killer'; Melissa Moore Recalls Learning Dad Was 'Happy Face Killer'; Daughter of 'Happy Face Killer' Meets Sister of Dad's Victim.
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    Inside San Francisco's Bike Theft Epidemic; Woman Steals Guitar to Buy Food and Drugs; Honest Strangers Help Return Forgotten Tablet
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    For over a decade, a father keeps his seven children locked up in a small New York apartment.
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    The Savopoulos D.C. mansion home invasion will be the focus of this ABC’s 20/20 episode. The episode, entitled “Mystery in the Mansion,” will detail the events leading up to the arson and murder of four people in a mansion located in the Northeast section of Washington D.C
  • s37e45
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    Kentucky Woman Shayna Hubers on Trial in Boyfriend’s Murder. Kentucky Detective Reenacts Moment He Found Ryan Poston's Dead Body. Kentucky Woman Shayna Hubers Seen Laughing After Boyfriend's Shooting Death. Video and 911 audio played in a Kentucky courtroom Tuesday featured Shayna Hubers describing the moment she fatally shot her boyfriend. Hubers, now 24, is accused of one count of murder in the October 2012 shooting death of her boyfriend, attorney Ryan Poston. She shot Poston six times. Prosecutors allege that she shot Poston out of anger after he tried to break up with her. Hubers has pleaded not guilty, saying Poston, a 29-year-old lawyer, was frequently violent, and that she shot him in self-defense.
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    Psychic Sets Trap to Con Oregon Timber Millionaire; Psychic Used Teen Daughter to Scam Timber Millionaire; Psychic Con Victim Forgives Those Who Stole Nearly $15M From Him
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    Worker's Compensation Fraudsters Caught Faking Injuries; Woman Discovers House Was Stolen in Real Estate Rip-Off; Police Nab Wedding Crasher Who Stole Gifts, Cash
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    Undercover Agents Go on the Hunt for Counterfeit Drugs; Stores Advertising Cheaper Drugs From Canada Are Put to the Test; How Counterfeit Items Could Be Putting You and Your Family at Risk.
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    Former FLDS Follower Describes Tense Standoff With FLDS Members Over Her Kids. When a throng of praying, hymn-singing polygamous women of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints confronted Sabrina Broadbent while she was getting her four children out of the church-dominated community, she tried to stay as calm as possible. “I knew my kids were watching,” she told “20/20.” “They needed to see me have courage. … I did not want them to see me cry.”

  • s37e40
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    What 'American Sniper' Chris Kyle Was Like as Husband, Father; Taya Kyle Returns to Where 'American Sniper' Chris Kyle Died; ABC News' John Quinones: Lessons from 'What Would You Do?'
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    Barbara Walters Special- Interview with Bruce Jenner
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    A woman accused of poisoning her second husband with antifreeze and attempting to kill her daughter.
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    Shelby Wilkie disappeared in January of 2012. According to her husband, she was last seen at their Moody Street home. He told law enforcement officials that his wife suffered from problems related to postpartum depression.
    Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/2018365/shelby-wilkie-michael-wilkie-hendersonville-north-carolina-murder-abc-2020-episode-tv-show/#heAbsZUGHiVPTdJg.99
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    How Interface Played on the Dreams of Parents and Children; Woman Lied About Having Emotional Illness So She Could Fly With Dog; High-Tech Repo Man Uses Drone, Gadgets to Catch Debtors
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    How Interface Played on the Dreams of Parents and Children; Woman Lied About Having Emotional Illness So She Could Fly With Dog; High-Tech Repo Man Uses Drone, Gadgets to Catch Debtors
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    Video Shows Train involved in death of a Midnight Rider' Crewmember; Director Headed to Jail for 'Midnight Rider' Crewmember's Death; Robert Durst's Alleged Trail of Crimes.
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    Deadly Impact: Guardrail Investigation; Victim's Parents Lead Effort to Prevent Train Track Deaths.
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    Rare Syndrome Diagnosis May Exonerate Dad of Abuse Charges; Women Claim Brain Injuries Changed Their Sexual Appetite; Why These Women Can't Stop Pulling Out Their Own Hair.
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    Co-Worker Found Guilty For Missing Teen's Murder; Man in Prison for Teen's Murder Says He's Innocent.
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    Women Behind Bars and the Families They Left Behind; The Duel Between Inmates and Officers Over Prison Contraband; What Life Is Like For the Mentally Ill at Women's Prisons.
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    Girls Attacked Friend to Be Worthy of 'Slender Man'; Police Hunt for Young Girls Accused of Stabbing Their Friend; Meet the 12-Year-Old Who Survived 'Slender Man' Attack
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    Woman Lives in Apartment with Ex-Husband and New Husband; Real Estate Agent Barely Escapes With Life After Attack by Client; Caught on Camera: Tree-Cutting Fails and Mishaps.
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    Amy Robach reports on the story of an ex-White House lawyer convicted of attempted murder in the beating of his wife at their Connecticut home. Also: A young man found guilty of impersonating a physician is interviewed about leading a life as an impostor.
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    A woman convicted of stabbing her boyfriend to death with a high heel; a stalker who fixated on her ex and the people in his life; a mother accused of murdering her child's father with a hammer.
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    New details on the trial and conviction of Brandon Vandenburg and Cory Batey, former Vanderbilt University football players who were accused of sexual battery.
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    A beautiful college student loved by two young men. Then, one vanishes. A frantic search uncovers his body, face down in a shallow grave in the swamps of Florida. After a two-year investigation, Pedro Bravo was accused of strangling his romantic rival and one-time best friend Christian Aguilar to death, and faced first degree murder. This murder mystery made national headlines and Bravo's trial was watched by millions. Aguilar's family speaks out about the jealous rage that cost a young college student his life. And the woman at the center of the tragic love triangle, Erika Friman, also breaks her silence with Matt Gutman.
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    A college student who became a confidential informant for campus police to avoid arrest for selling drugs dies of an overdose; sexual assault on college campuses.
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    A couple of parents plant drugs in the car of the PTA president; a couple who lost custody of their child because of marijuana use, even though it is legal in their state; a transgender couple raising two children in Louisiana.
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    Searching for Clues in Ashes of Murder Victim's Life; Police Make Shocking Arrest in N.C. Woman's Murder.
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    Under cover and hidden camera investigations include murder for hire, handicapped parking fraud and shortcomings in the bedbug extermination industry.
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    Best Friends Last to See Teen Who Goes Missing; Police Suspect Missing Teen's Friends of Hiding Something.
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    Neighbors Engage in Border War Over Their Property Line; What Life Can Be Like When Your Neighbors Are Fraternities; Families Fight to Keep Pet Pigs Despite Neighbors' Complaints.
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    The Catt family resorts to a life of crime.
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    After serving time for poisoning a child, Hannah Overton spends Christmas at home with her family.
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    Baby Clings to Life After Flash-Bang Grenade Lands in His Crib; Woman Caught on Camera Taking Packages from Family's Doorstep; Homeowners Feel Trapped by Neighbor's Hostile Holiday Display.
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    Man's Murder-for-Hire Plot to Kill Wife Backfires; NJ Mom Shops for Hit Man to Kill Love Rival.
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    Robert Herjavec of Shark Tank Puts People to the Selling Test; Investigation: Some Home Alarm Salesmen Accused of Underhanded Tactics; Meet This 11-Year-Old CEO and Entrepreneur from Detroit
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    Undercover Cops Catch a Bike Thief in the Act; Woman Steals Guitar to Buy Food and Drugs.
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    Florida Nurse Accuses Bill Cosby of Sexual Assault. Woman Discovers Own Friend Allegedly Stole $13k From Her; Mom on Crusade After Catching Nanny Shaking Her Daughter.
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    Stories featured include a 'My Fiancé is a Porn Star and I'm Okay with it' and 'Meet the Egg Whisperer Hosting Freezing Parties in Silicon Valley'.
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    Camera Assistant Killed in 'Midnight Rider' Train Accident; 911 Operators, First Responders in Hot Seat for Bad.
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    20/20 - S2017E19 Woman Discovers House Was Stolen in Real Estate Rip-Off; Police Search for Wedding Crasher Who Stole Gifts.
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    20/20 - S2017E19 Woman Claims to Police Husband Was Killed by Intruder. TV Interview Leads to Woman Going on Trial for Murder; Bombshell Witness Takes Stand at Woman's Murder Trial.
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    20/20 - S2017E19 Some women will go to extremes to get what they want. From hiring a hit man to killing their husbands to having inappropriate relations with high school students.
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    20/20 - S2017E19 How does a man end up spending the next 26 years of his life in prison, convicted for committing a murder at a grocery store with no body, no weapon, and no DNA linking him to the scene? That is exactly what happened to Mario Casciaro in 2013 when he was convicted of killing 17-year-old Brian Carrick, Casciaro's former co-worker and fellow stock boy almost 12 years earlier. Prosecutors were successful in getting a conviction on the very rare and controversial charge of murder by intimidation. Yet, could potentially explosive evidence, including key prosecution witness Shane Lamb recanting his story, help Casciaro prove his innocence? 20/20 follows the clues as the mystery unravels. ABC News Correspondent Ryan Smith's report, which includes exclusive prison interviews with Mario Casciaro who never testified in two trials, and Shane Lamb, who is behind bars for an unrelated crime
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    20/20 - S2017E19 The parents of the 12-year-old who was stabbed 19 times by her friends talk about the experience.
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    Deadly Impact: Guardrail Investigation; Fatigued Truckers and the Deadly Consequences; Victim's Parents Lead Effort to Prevent Train Track Deaths
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    When a prominent free spirit from Colorado is found bludgeoned to death, multiple suspects emerge.
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    The former executive chef of former Gov. Bob McDonnell; a mechanic shares secrets of auto-repair.
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    Barbara Walters Remembers Joan Rivers; Joan Rivers' Private Life Marked By Joy, Tragedy
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    Was House Fire Death of Man's First Wife a Murder?; Family Hopes Man Will Be Charged for Killing First Wife
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    20/20 pulls the blinds back on the nastiest neighbors around

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    From a disease that makes you feel and act drunk, to being allergic to noise, 20/20 reports on strange afflictions that can be debilitating.

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    A special program looking at the life and career of Robin Williams.
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    A look at home sellers nightmares.
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    A undercover report on lifeguards.
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    Barbara Walters presents an interview with the father of the Santa Barbara shootings.
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    A woman goes to unusual lengths to recover money lent to her ex; the world of underground poker with Molly Bloom; people who work as strippers to pay for college; cheaper, riskier alternatives to sperm banks and fertility clinics.
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    How artists can get away with lip-syncing.
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    The story of a real estate agent and a landowner, which turned to a case of murder.
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    A look at hitmen and what drives them to kill.
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    A investigation into people suffering with OCD's.
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    A look at the production of counterfeit money.
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    From unethical brokers and contractors to neighbors from hell, 20/20 reports on extreme real estate stories.

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    20/20 looks at the stories of people who were pushed too far.
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    A look at con artists and scams. Included: fraudulent fortune tellers; people who faked injuries in order to claim disability benefits; celebrities whose family members take advantage of their wealth; and an IRS auditor who blackmailed a taxpayer for sexual favors.
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    A look at examples of Shameless behavior featuring a man scamming a woman online. Plus a IRS agent taking sexual advantage of a client. How people got away with faking injuries to claim benefits. Teenagers using Instagram to make money. A man who took over a foreclosed mansion and tax deductions that are less then ordinary.
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    Featuring the couple who can't forgive a lady who pretended to be pregnant for them. Plus the woman in the stiletto murder and a woman's murder trial with similarities to the Jodi Arias trial.
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    20/20 Reports on Unusual and Sometimes Controversial Parenting Styles.

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    20/20 reports on the questionable decisions some teenagers make and act on, leading to extremely dire consequences.

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    How do you survive working for a tough boss? What is your favorite office revenge fantasy? What are the hidden career killers? Work Wars - how to wage them and how to win them.

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    Inappropriate parental behavior is examined. Included: a woman who allegedly asked her son to kill her estranged husband; a woman who breastfed her six-month old child while drinking in a bar; and fights between parents at their kids' sporting events.
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    Author Carl Hiaasen was the guest. We see how a man going undercover brought a lottery winner's murderer to justice and how to analyze lottery numbers.
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    It was a cold case murder that 20/20 put back in the spotlight five years ago, leading to a bombshell decision in court just this week. In 2005, 25-year-old Janet Abaroa was found stabbed to death in North Carolina, her six-month son left unharmed in another room. Her husband, Raven Abaroa, said he discovered his dead wife's body after returning home from playing soccer that evening. Raven quickly moved to Utah with his son, and Janet's murder remained unsolved. While in Utah, Raven met and then married Vanessa Pond, a beautiful single mother. It is not long before wife number two feels she is in danger. Eventually, a new cold case detective starts looking for new clues, Janet's body is exhumed, and Raven is arrested and extradited back to North Carolina to stand trial. John Quinones' report includes exclusive interviews with Vanessa, the cold case detective who cracked the case, and Janet's sisters.

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    ABC News' Barbara Walters and Brian Ross Update Their Exclusive Investigation of the Mystery of Paul Fronczak, the Chicago Baby Stolen Almost 50 Years Ago, Uncovering New and Riveting Leads.


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    In a 20/20 exclusive, David Muir rides along shotgun with the hit men hired to pull the trigger, only these assassins are really undercover Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms agents disguised as killers. These are not your ordinary crime fighters - they are special agents with a secret job posing as hit men to prevent contract killings. They foil the plots of those scorned lovers, bitter business rivals and evil-minded ex's who want someone they know eliminated. The report includes exclusive undercover ATF video of the set-ups and the stings -- conspiracies to commit murder all caught on tape.


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    Get ready for a big dose of shocking disclosures from dry cleaners, nail salons, and movie theaters, to baggage handlers and movers, the people in your neighborhood reveal some surprising secrets of their trade.


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    20/20 looks at the mystery behind young boys abducted by their own mother.
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    20/20 looks at the mystery behind Michele MacNeill’s death and the involvement of her husband.
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    20/20 Looks at extreme situations where people in authority took situations for their advantage.
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    Children with obsessive compulsive disorder; families of children with schizophrenia share their experiences.
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    What Young Kids Do With Guns When Parents Aren't Around; Are Your Guns Truly Inaccessible to Your Kids?
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    An interview with Anthony Curcio, who is serving out a six-year sentence for a 2008 robbery. Also: a man who impersonated his dead mother in order to collect her Social Security payments; a man who faked his own death.
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    20/20 Tells the story of a teacher and student's sexual relationship.
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    Travel mishaps are the focus. Included: pilot errors; modern-day stowaways; carbon monoxide in hotel rooms; plunges from cruise ships; and difficult airplane passengers. Also: Two baggage handlers reveal alarming things about what happens to luggage.
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    From a former college basketball star who faked her own kidnapping, to a teenager who returned home after a night of heavy drinking - to the wrong home, 20/20 reports on the pressures and sometimes deadly decisions of teenagers.

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    A bride-to-be fakes her own kidnapping; a man pretends to be a Navy SEAL.
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    Too Hot to Work: Fighting for Justice; The Mirror-Free Bride; Charity Angels
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    Holiday stories of shopping and survival.
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    Matt Gutman reports on a story involving a father who allegedly robbed banks with his kids.
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    Anchored by David Muir and Robin Roberts, the hour will feature Alex Marquardt reporting from South Africa, details of Mandela's passing, world-wide reaction, plans for his funeral, and images of the day, as well as chronicle the long and eventful polarizing political and personal life of one of the 20th century's greatest figures.

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    Barbara Walters interviews President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House. Also: Clips from interviews with past presidents are featured.
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    From veterinarians to movers to grocers to bartenders, get ready for a big dose of the shocking truth as 20/20's team of correspondents get the dirt from the professionals we depend on, who confess what really goes on behind the scenes.

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    Landlords From Hell, Sinkholes, Hoarders, Unusual Homes
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    Elaborate lies, schemes and secret lives are exposed. Included: a young man who posed as a physician's assistant and, later, a police officer.
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    ABC News' Barbara Walters and Brian Ross Investigate the Mystery of Paul Fronczak, the Chicago Baby Stolen Almost 50 Years Ago

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    A Suspicious Past Tragedy; Karl Karlsen Breaks Down; The Mystery Is Finally Solved
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    On New Year's Day in 2009, Kelly Osborn's daughter Sheena was found dead in a Bradenton Beach, FL hotel room. When police found her hanging, they quickly classified the death a suicide. But according to Osborn, her daughter had everything to live for and was not suicidal. So she began a quest to get the death classified as a homicide and began her own investigation in search of the truth, which led her to Sheena's fiancé. David Muir reports on the evidence that was missed and the questions that were never asked. Is Osborn, in her grief, persecuting an innocent man?


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    The story of Malala Yousafzai, and her courage against the Taliban.
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    What happens when you do something thoughtless, questionable, or just flat out wrong? Can a teacher, policeman, even a high school cheerleader survive the glare after they each allegedly crossed the line? Out of Bounds, featuring an exclusive jailhouse interview with the high school cheerleader who engaged in a same-sex underage relationship that made national headlines


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    20/20 reports on the ultimate cases of betrayal


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    Neighbors terrorized by a bully in a bulldozer; a tiff over trees that became a deadly turf war; a high-tech neighborhood watch system... 20/20 pulls the blinds back on the nastiest neighbors around

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    A look at the history of the Miss America pageant and profiles of 2013 competitors as they go from state beauty queens to national contenders.
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    Surprising New Revelation from Former Mayor Linda Lusk About Her Life after Being Accused of Having Inappropriate Contact with a Minor

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    In the Season 37 premiere, Jim Avila reports on a chiropractor whose fifth wife died from a blunt-force head injury in 2010.
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    An interview with convicted rapist Jeffrey Marsalis.
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    The perils of road trips are the focus. Included: a family who survived a deadly vehicle pileup; and three woman who wound up in danger after trusting their GPS. Also: tips on surviving treacherous road conditions, including floods and downed wires.
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    Barbara Walters examines the expectations facing the baby that will be born to Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge. Also: a look back at past reports on England's royal family; a discussion of royal-nanny training; and profiles of Catherine's parents.
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    Barbara Walters hosts a look back at past interviews with music stars. Included: Mariah Carey; Taylor Swift; Cher; Justin Timberlake; Justin Bieber; Madonna; Lady Gaga; Lady Antebellum; Beyoncé; Keith Urban; and One Direction. Also: Tracy Morgan is interviewed ahead of the 2013 Billboard Music Awards.
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    Work-related stories are featured. Included: employees who quit their jobs in outrageous ways; advice on dealing with tough bosses from Kevin O'Leary (Shark Tank); a look at workers who have made money off stolen office supplies; notes written on receipts between restaurant servers and their customers; career saboteurs.
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    Examining how lives can change in an instant during a crisis. Included: car accidents; workplace violence; stampedes. Also: an updated report on the Boston Marathon bombing; an interview with soccer player and amputee Bree McMahon, who discusses her recovery story and visits victims of the attack in Boston.
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    Auto-related stories and safety tips are featured, including a report on three people who found themselves in danger after their GPS navigator turned out to be unreliable. Also: the worst car crashes in recent years; used-car consumer reports; a look at the Siberian Highway; tips for surviving if an object crashes through a windshield; and the worst bridges in America.
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    An inside look at the wedding industry, including tips for saving money and avoiding scams. Also: the latest wedding trends; mishaps; extreme proposals; and a look at a couple who have tied the knot—with each other—more than 30 times in different locations around the world.
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    Examining the case of double-amputee Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius, who is accused of murdering his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. Included: remarks by Pistorius' doctor Gerry Versfeld and friend Kevin Lerena. Also: a look at Olympians who have fallen from glory.
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    Examining Good Morning America host Robin Roberts' battle with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), a rare blood disorder. Included: remarks by Diane Sawyer, George Stephanopoulos, Sam Champion, Josh Elliott, Lara Spencer and Dr. Richard Besser.
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    Love stories are spotlighted. Included: a transgender couple; a look at pheromone parties, in which participants select partners based on the scent of unlaundered T-shirts; unusual nuptials, including a couple who have tied the knot 34 times in 21 countries; extreme love-seeking tactics; and viral wedding proposals.
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    Transgender preteen Jazz Jennings discusses dating and gender-reassignment surgery. Also: a report on progeria, a rare disease that causes children to age rapidly; and a profile of a paralyzed young man who wanted to dance with his wife at their wedding.
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    An inside look at the wedding industry, including tips for saving money and avoiding scams. Also: the latest wedding trends; mishaps; extreme proposals; and a look at a couple who have tied the knot—with each other—more than 30 times in different locations around the world.
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    A durable newsmagazine mixing investigative pieces with human-interest and celebrity features that's ABC's oldest prime-time series despite its notoriously rocky premiere. (Hosts Robert Hughes and Harold Hayes lasted only that one show.)
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    A behind-the-scenes look at nefarious goings-on at schools, such as bullying and pranks. Included: an interview with Brittni Colleps, a teacher from Fort Worth who was found guilty of having sex with five of her students.
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    A report on the 2001 murder of millionaire Ted Ammon in his East Hampton, N.Y., mansion includes Cynthia McFadden's conversation with his convicted killer, Daniel Pelosi.
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    John Edwards' former mistress, Rielle Hunter, who had a child with the former presidential candidate, discusses her relationship with Edwards and comments on his campaign-finance trial.
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    Reports on revenge. Included: a former Philadelphia TV weatherman whose allegations of being scammed while vacationing in Miami Beach led to an FBI investigation; a New Jersey high-school student secretly recording verbal abuse by a teacher. Also: a prank war on YouTube; payback songs written by aggrieved songwriters.
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    A true-life War of the Roses marital horror story about a Connecticut advertising executive and TV producer who kidnapped his ex-wife in 2009 and held her for nine hours in the home they had shared. He also burned down their beach house. Robin Roberts reports.
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    A wide-ranging look at the state of modern air travel features the demands of being a pilot and a flight attendant; inappropriate behavior by passengers, including celebrities; and the stress endured by air-traffic controllers. Also: a visit to a warehouse for weapons confiscated by the TSA; a Web site that helps passengers with missed romantic opportunities.
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    Barbara Walters anchors a report on lotteries that focuses on the downsides that winners can face.
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    A report on the murder trial of a suburban-Atlanta engineer charged with killing the husband of a coworker with whom he was allegedly having an affair. His defense of the shooting that took place outside a day-care center: insanity.
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    Exploring Americans and their pets in reports on pet pampering and plastic surgery, dancing dogs, what dogs do when left alone and why some folks prefer dogs to cats (and vice versa). Interviewed: Lisa Vanderpump (The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills). Robin Roberts reports.
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    Elizabeth Vargas interviews Alabama man Gabe Watson, who was acquitted by a Birmingham court on Feb. 23, 2012 of the murder of his wife, Tina, who drowned during their honeymoon in Australia in 2003.
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    A Barbara Walters report on cosmetic surgery, including the most popular procedures, cosmetic procedures that don't require surgery, procedures for men and appropriate age ranges for procedures. Interviewees include Joan Rivers. Bill Ritter and Deborah Roberts also report.
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    A look at marriage and divorce in Hollywood features remarks by divorce attorneys, industry insiders and celebrities.
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    A true-life War of the Roses marital horror story about a Connecticut advertising executive and TV producer who kidnapped his ex-wife in 2009 and held her for nine hours in the home they had shared. He also burned down their beach house. Robin Roberts reports.
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    Chris Cuomo reports from Italy on the Jan. 13, 2012, Costa Concordia cruise-ship accident off the Tuscan coast. Also: behind the scenes aboard a cruise ship. Topics include safety training, medical care and passenger behavior.
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    A report on a mute and autistic Michigan teen's 2007 allegation, through facilitated communication, that her father had sexually abused her, and the legal and scientific turmoil that followed.
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    A Christmas visit to the White House, with Barbara Walters.
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    A survey of maternal mortality around the world, and low-cost, low-tech solutions to it, features reports from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Mexico and Sierra Leone, and interviews with New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and Christy Turlington Burns. Part of the ABC News-UN Foundation Million Moms Challenge initiative. Diane Sawyer reports, joined by Deborah Roberts and Dr. Richard Besser.
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    A report on growing up fast includes segments on provocative clothing designed for elementary-school girls; children at the controversial Westboro Baptist Church in Kansas; and the California 16-year-old who attempted to sail around the world by herself in 2010.
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    Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) and her husband, astronaut Mark Kelly, are interviewed by Diane Sawyer.
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    Barbara Walters interviews self-made rich folks, who describe how they got that way and offer entrepreneurial tips. They are hair-care mogul John Paul Dejoria, financier Lynn Tilton, Tony Hsieh (Zappos) and Guy Laliberte (Cirque du Soleil), who offers a preview of Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson: The Immortal.
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    Stephanie Madoff Mack, the widow of Bernard Madoff's son Mark, who committed suicide in 2010, discusses life in the Madoff family, the financial scandal and how she has coped with the her husband's death. Her memoir is titled The End of Normal.
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    Diane Sawyer profiles young achievers who live on South Dakota's Pine Ridge Reservation, home to some 40,000 Native Americans, most of whom are Oglala Lakota Sioux and many of whom live in poverty. Included: a 12-year-old student-council president and football captain at his middle school; a cheerleader and singer who won a college scholarship; and a 5-year-old pow-wow dancer who wants to be a police officer when she grows up. Also: interviews with Pine Ridge officials and businesspeople.
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    People whose lives have been changed by YouTube discuss their experiences.
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    A report on the 2009 murder of Joanne Witt of El Dorado Hills, Cal. Steven Colver, the 19-year-old boyfriend of Witt's daughter Tylar, who was 14 at the time, was accused of stabbing Joanne 20 times after she filed a statutory-rape complaint against him.
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    An update of the 2008 story concerning the lives of Amish teens following rumspringa, the rites of passage in which Amish teenagers face the modern world for a week before deciding whether or not they want to be baptized into the Amish church.
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    Jay Schadler reports on young teens who have been considered heroes: includes a 19-year old from the Denver area who lost his life after choosing to save his friend's life by jumping from a cliff and into a pool of water 65 feet below after she became disabled in the cold, roiling water known as the Potholes, in the western-Colorado canyonland on May 31, 2008. Also, included are home videos taken on that day.
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    A report on drunk driving, includes a Troopers recollection of his ex-wife's fatal outing which left their five year old dead. Then, John Stossel reports on Web sites which match up Sugar Daddies with women. Also, psychic kids who claim to talk to the dead.
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    A chronicle of the tornado which killed eight people and caused widespread damage after it hit the Parkersburg, Iowa area on May 25, 2008. Included is actual footage of the EE5 twister and eyewitness accounts by the residents. Report is told by Sam Champion.
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    An episode filled with Medical Mysteries, including a man in Philadelphia whose heart is outside his body. Christopher Wall survived many surgeries as a kid and now plays basketball. More segments include a case of autism; sleep-related eating disorder; a neurological condition which leads to paralysis; and a female sexual disorder which leads to pain during intercourse.
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    John Stossel visits a counseling center in Tennessee which helps people with money-related psychological problems get treated, which includes over-compulsive spending and cash hoarders, work-a-holics and financial enabling. Plus, Chris Connelly interviews convicted murderer Phil Spector's fourth wife, Rachelle. Then, with president Obama pushing his Healthcare Plan, John Stossel looks into whether insurance is really a good thing for us. Not caring what things cost could cause prices to skyrocket.
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    Charles Gibson explores the US oil industry, where he questions the oil reserve and finds out why oil prices fluctuate. Gibson also looks into the oil industries practices and what is being done to create alternate sources of energy, including bio-fuels.
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    A report on hidden cancer focusing on a California woman who after a freak accident discovered she had breast cancer: She fell on a knitting needle which became lodged in her chest, requiring surgery to remove it, and a follow up CT scan revealed the cancer.
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    Bill Weir has a lighthearted conversation about cars with Tim Allen.
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    Honoring Michael Jackson's legacy.
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    A report on the shocking death of Michael Jackson, including the latest details and questions surrounding his life. Interviews of his closest friends and those who were around him in his final days, plus never-before-seen home movies of Michael and his children, and a look at his controversial changes in appearance through his lifetime.
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    Barbara Walters interviews Ryan O'Neal about the life and relationship with Farrah Fawcett.
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    An exploration of possible effects on American's attitudes, behavior and expectations due to the economic downturn. Next, a look at the job prospects for the newest MBA's, and how Icelander's are coping with their economic meltdown.
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    American Idol finalist Adam Lambert is interviewed; the trial of American college student Amanda Knox in Perugia, Italy, charged with murdering her roommate in 2007; John Stossel interviews Glenn Beck of FOX News; a profile of Jessica Forsythe, who survived being shot by her ex-boyfriend in 2007 because the bullets hit a metal plate used to repair her broken collarbone.
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    Two stories concerning teen drunk driving are featured. Drinking and partying at a house one night leaves a DeAnza community college star baseball player from California's Silicon Valley in a scandal in early 2007. A 17-year-old high school girl claimed to have been sexually assaulted, or was it consensual sex , as the players contend? Included is interviews with three women soccer players who came to her rescue. Next, Jessica Rasdall killed her best friend, Laura Gorman, in 2006 after crashing her car while drunk due to a night of partying. Rasdall has confessed her crime to more than 15,000 people since that fateful night. Despite her obvious remorse, she is called a hypocrite by the Gorman family. She also has been accused of a pattern of dangerous behavior, of having mixed alcohol and driving in the past. Is her speech heartfelt or is so only doing so to keep out of prison?
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    An update of missing child, Etan Patz, a 6-year old who disappeared May 25, 1979 in Manhattan while awaiting his school bus. Includes an interview with Jose Antonio Ramos, a suspect for the crime who wound up in prison for another crime. Includes interviews with Etan's parents, Stan and Julie Patz.
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    A look at the video diaries which were made at a summer camp in Upstate New York for children with Tourette's Syndrome.
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    Elizabeth Vargas reports on 11-year old Mikelle Briggs who disappeared in 1999. Mikelle was last seen in her Mesa, AZ hometown waiting for an ice cream truck just 90 seconds before she was reported missing.
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    From pregnancy discrimination laws to doing less for senior citizens, from farming endangered animals to letting athletes do steroids, John Stossel brings us his take on tough subjects in an hour-long report, You Can't Even Talk About It.
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    Thomas Bart Whitaker, 23, grew up in a loving family where he was a bright, well-spoken boy, and later became a a scheming monster who directed a bloody ambush on his own family? And how does his father come to forgive him? Bart fled to Mexico after killing his mother, brother and wounding his father.
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    An examination into the strange murder case involving Stacey Castor, who was accused of killing her second husband and also made an attempt to poison her daughter, Ashley Wallace. Castor is also suspected of the death of her first husband. Castor claimed at her trial that her daughter was responsible for poisoning Stacey's second husband and then tried to attempt suicide.
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    A look inside the world of the Somali pirates. Who are they and why are they attacking the high seas? Also,Brian Ross investigation into the business practices of AIG; Monica Seles speaks candidly about her attack by a deranged fan and the eating problems and depression which followed.
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    Diane Sawyer's report focuses on the access of guns inside the U.S., an examination of how effective a gun works while in a crisis and what some people find attractive about a gun. Also, a 10-year old boy reports on gun violence in Pahokee, Florida.
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    A report concerning Faylene Grant of Gilbert, AZ, who was found drowned in her bathtub in 2001 just after reconciling with her husband Doug, who says he ended an affair with the woman which is now his wife. Faylene had premonitions that she would be killed one day and is said to have known and approved of his relationship. At first her death was ruled accidental, but in 2005 Doug was charged with her murder.
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    Elizabeth Vargas interviews Aaron Spelling's widow, Candy, the mother of Tori Spelling. Plus, Jim Avila reports about two judges in Pennsylvania who allegedly took kickbacks worth over $2 million to send teens to private detention centers. Next, Cynthia McFadden investigates the case of Stacey Lannert, who was recently released from a prison in Missouri after serving 18 years for killing her father. Lannert was only 18 at the time of the murder and contends that her father had been sexually abusing her.
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    An exploration of the economic downturn is shown in segments on economic downsizing for former high earners; recent homeless families; and companies promoting foreclosure-rescue and loan-modification services to distressed homeowners. Also, a report on YouTube video in which teens from Pomona, CA. talk about how the crisis has effected them; and a segment on companies which have prospered during the recent economy; and buyers who have been taking advantage of low prices for foreclose homes.
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    John Stossel and Drew Carey team up to chat about the waste and inefficiency of the government. Topics which are hit upon include ways to improve the economy, universal pre-kindergarten programs; security on our borders; the criminalization of medical marijuana and highway privatization. Also, a report on opportunity within the U.S.
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    Last September on a stormy night in Maryland, two college best friends, Jordan Wells and Ashley Younger, lived through a car crash and the were on board the Medi-vac when it also crashed, killing all but one of those inside. Who's fault was it and was the ride even necessary? Also, In February 2003 a trio of American contractors rode aboard a single plane for aerial surveillance for the US government, when it crashed and the survivors were taken hostage by rebels. The three men survived for five years under extreme conditions and at times chained together and staving off starvation by eating everything from snakes to monkeys. In 2008 a daring rescue was conducted and all were brought home to safety. But not only did they lose time from their lives but also away from their wives. Did they all wait for them?
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    An update on Diane Sawyer's story concerning the poor teens of Appalachia, from A Hidden America: Children of the Mountains, originally broadcast on February 13, 2009.
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    Diane Sawyer reports on four kids who live in poverty in the Appalacian's, ranging in ages from 11-18. Also, an interview with area doctors, author Ronald Eller and Kentucky medical clinic founder, Eula Hall, also known as the Mother Theresa of Mud Creek.
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    An update on former child actor Skylar Deleon who was charged with the murders of a couple on a yacht off the California coast back in 2004. Next, Brian Ross discusses the upscale prostitution ring with an interview of its madam, Kristen Davis.
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    Stories include a look at murders which are happening around Palm Beach County, FL., where in March 2007 a woman was slain after she walked out of an upscale shopping mall in Boca Raton.
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    A scientific look at what causes physical attraction, includes guest Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist. Also, Martin Bashir explores the traditions of arranged marriages and matchmaking.
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    An episode on what should be done while in an life-and-death situation, such as a plane crash, a fire or a boat sinking.
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    A examination on worth, from the value of a college education, to various CEO's, to life itself. Then, a look at salary secrecy and the psychology behind material desire. Plus a look at self-worth profiles former Denver news anchor Ernie Bjorkman, when after being layed off from the station became a veterinary technician.
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    John Quinones, an ABC news correspondent has come a long way since his job of shinning shoes.
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    A 23 year old Milwaukee woman has been missing since December 13, 2003, and was last seen arguing with her boyfriend. Since then her mother has been keeping up a search for her missing child.
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    03:00- 04:00
    A look at extreme motherhood, which includes home birth, serial surrogacy (women who bare others children over and over), women taking care of pretend babies, extended-breast feeding and making childbirth pleasurable.
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    03:00- 04:00
    2008's review of the Caught on Tape moments, featuring this years winners and losers, including Michael Phelps and the world's economy, along with the breakout stars, which includes a monetary value of celebrity baby pictures. Also, a segment on surveillance videos and personal nastiness caught on film, and a report on greed.
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    8 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    A report concerning an Illinois police sergeant who is a suspect in a serial rape case. Also, John Stossel discusses the U.S. government's economic bailout plan.
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    8 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Drama students of Westfield High School in Chantilly, Virginia, are putting on a musical play of The Wiz. With the use of video diaries and interviews the students are followed on their emotional roller-coaster as they audition, rehearse and perform the African American Tony Award winning musical adaption of The Wizard of Oz. This was taped over a three month period in 2007.
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    03:00- 04:00
    The case of Caylee Anthony, the missing toddler from Orlando is updated. Plus, a look at kidney donating with staff members of ABC News. Then, a profile of Roy Haynes, the self named the king of cheap due to his Vermont recycling center.
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    03:00- 04:00
    Elizabeth Vargas interviews Stacy Rock, a Massachusetts woman who's ex-husband had been convicted of hiring a hit man to kill her boyfriend in 2006. Also, an update on the case of Little Rock newscaster Anne Pressley, who was murdered. And John Stossel reports on the US taxpayer bailouts of failed companies.
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    03:00- 04:00
    A look at adoption of foreign children to U.S. families and what happens when a meaningful family end up with a child who is so traumatized and damaged that it becomes life-threatening. In some extreme cases well-meaning parents will suddenly have too many children and the child can get lost in the shuffle and drift away from the family. In such cases the parents will choose to end, or disrupt the adoption. Juju Chang will have a discussion with the adoption whisperer.
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    9 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    An interview with Ashley Dupre, the woman who's sex scandal brought down New York governor Elliot Spitzer in March 2008, forcing his resignation. Also, the repercussions from the safe haven law in which parents in Nebraska can abandoned children they can no longer care for. Lastly, John Stossel takes a look at troubled companies which need a financial bailout from the government.
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    03:00- 04:00
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    9 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    An investigative look into the case of Riley Fox, a 3 year old girl from Wilmington, Ill. who was abducted, sexually assaulted and then murdered on June 2004.
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Featured on this episode is an interview with Gov. Sarah Palin by Elizabeth Vargas. Next, a man who had his identity stolen by his own father. Then, a look at why opinion polls tend to swing one way then another on issues. Lastly, an update on voting machine problems.
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    British wolf-behavior expert Shaun Ellis is profiled along with his friend Helen Jeffs, both featured on Animal Planets new series Living With The Wolfman. Plus, the story of a Texas couple who were in the process of adopting a 4-year old child when the woman suddenly poisoned the boy, which she has since been convicted of.
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    02:00- 03:00
    John Stossel introduces the viewers to the Politically Incorrect Guide to Politics. Among the topics included are campaign financing, farm subsidies, and the public vs. private response to Hurricane Katrina. Among the interviewees are New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin and Olympic ice skating gold medal winner Brian Boitano.
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Barbara has an exclusive interview with Christie Brinkley's ex-husband, Peter Cook, discussing their marriage. Also, a report on Britney Spears newest video Womanizer; and John Stossel explains the wisdom of universal suffrage.
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    02:00- 03:00
    The conclusion of the profiles on the lives of John McClain and Barack Obama and their wives. The focus will be on their personal and family life.
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Profiles and interviews of presidential candidates Sen. John McClain and Barack Obama and their wives. The focus of the interviews will be when in their lives they began having aspirations of becoming president.
  • s31e01
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    An interview with Alec Baldwin, concerning his new book A Promise To Ourselves: A Journey Through Fatherhood and Divorce, where he discusses his divorce in 2002 from Kim Basinger. Also, a look at the 911 call mishap which ended with a woman being killed on April 2008 in South Florida.
  • s30e60
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A profile of Sarah Palin, the GOP vice presidential nominee includes parts of her interview with Charles Gibson. Also, a panel discussion of the presidential race with George Stephanopolous serving as moderator.
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    02:00- 03:00
    An examination of those who are privileged or receive perquisites.
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A report on three shootings which occurred at a shopping mall in Boca Raton, Fl. which left a child and 2 women dead. Also, a investigation into the disappearance of Caylee Anthony, a 3-year old from Orlando who has been missing since June 2008. Caylee's mom is the prime suspect and has been arrested and released twice so far.
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    9 years ago
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A behind the scenes look at a tour with the Jonas Brothers, including a discussion about their music and personal lives. Barbara interviews the first lady of France, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy concerning her career in music, romantic life and marriage to the president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy.
  • s30e54
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    An inside look concerning the case of a Florida State student who died while working undercover for the Tallahassee police during a drug sting in May 2008. Then, a visit to the Elephant Sanctuary preserve in Tennessee and South Africa's Kruger National Park to measure the effects that living in captivity has on elephants. Lastly, an assessment of the allegation of age discrimination within the workplace.
  • s30e53
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A survey of sex habits in America, touching on such subjects as the attitudes of sex in the media and the culture at large, infidelity, polygamy, and laws concerning sexual activity. Also a look at the negative consequences of child predator laws and their effect on some youthful offenders. And an examination of double standards which concern boys and girls when it comes to sex and what age consent should be.
  • s30e52
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A report of a New Hampshire traffic stop which ends in the deaths of two people, one was a murder. Then, a Florida woman was caught on tape spraying her daughter with a water hose at a car wash. Next, an bus driver in Arizona was caught having an argument with a 15 year old student. Also, an examination of the benefits gained by wearing FitFlop sandals. Lastly, a report on a controversial police stop in which a motorist was ticketed for failing to stop at a traffic sign in Warren, MI.
  • s30e51
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    An exploration of summertime myths, including gas gadgets intended to save a consumer money on gasoline, running on empty: the myth that when the gas gauge says empty that there is still miles worth of driving left inside, airline tickets: are coach tickets always cheaper than first class? Weather forecasting: how accurate are the forecasters? Lightning: can a lightning strike down an airplane? Swimming: must you really wait an hour after eating before swimming? Sunscreen: does a high SPF give you full protection from the sun? Vitamins: do healthy people really take them daily?
  • s30e50
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Among the topics are a school bus altercation, and the benefits that can be obtained by wearing FitFlop sandals as you walk.
  • s30e49
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A focus on the Indian girl who was born with eight limbs in 2005, and her subsequent surgery in a Bangalore hospital in 2007. Also, two father team up to investigate the disappearance of their daughters, which caused the FBI to open a case.
  • s30e48
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A discussion with a Tennessee woman who was believed to be the target of a would be murder and with one of the accused plotters, her own daughter. A North Carolina man discuses the murder he committed of his twin 5 year old daughters, as his wife explains the role his mental illness played in the case. Also, an interview with Yasrayl (Buffalo Bill) Hawkins, leader of the House of Yahweh in Abiline, TX. who has been charged with promoting bigamy.
  • s30e47
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A look at youngsters who had sexual harassment charges levied against them back on October 2007. Includes the cases of two Oregon boys, ages 12 and 13, who were jailed for six days following a school incident.
  • s30e46
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Included is Dewayne McKinney who served 20 years for a murder he never committed, and since his release in 2000 has forgiven the DA who prosecuted him. Next is Patty Porter, who has found forgiveness for the man who killed his pregnant daughter. Also, a 2007 report of a man who forgave the man who molested him as a child.
  • s30e45
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    02:00- 03:00
    An inside look at off duty police officers who cross the line, as reported by Jim Avila.
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Diane Sawyer interviews a woman who remembers everything she's ever learned.
  • s30e43
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    9 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    An update on a 3 year old British girl who disappeared while on a vacation with her parents in Portugal, May 3, 2007.
  • s30e42
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    02:00- 03:00
    An investigation on whether Michaelangelo inserted coded messages into the figures depicted in the biblical scenes on the frescoes on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, painted between 1508 and 1512. Includes interviews with Benjamin Blech and Roy Doliner, authors of The Sistine Secrets: Michelangelo's Forbidden Messages in the Heart of the Vatican, and Arnold Nesselrath, a curator at the Vatican Museums.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Another episode of What would you do? scenarios in which people are put in the following situations behind a hidden camera: Seeing a lost child on the street; seeing a pubic display of gay couples; facing an awful singer, would you tell them the truth?; A young waiter becomes flirtatious with the mate of an older couple.
  • s30e40
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    02:00- 03:00
    A look at what are really facts and which are myths regarding weather forecasts. Includes what you should do during a tornado or lightning strike. Also, whether daylight savings time really has saved any energy, plus, driving tips for severe weather. Also, a look at folklore surrounding animal actions for forecasting weather, and a inside look at advances being made in the forecasting of weather.
  • s30e39
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    02:00- 03:00
    A look at advertising gimmicks that sound too good to be true. Learn what ever consumer should know when it comes to popular products and services we hear about on TV, complete with hidden camera footage.
  • s30e38
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A look at an August 2006 misunderstanding between a white and a black student, which lead to the shooting of the white teen. The black teens father was charged in the killing. Also, a look at the rights between smokers and non-smokers.
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    03:00- 04:00
    A look at why some celebrities in Hollywood fall into the trap of drugs and alcohol, while others do not. Includes a feature on the Baldwin brothers and Kelly and Jack Osbourne.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Strange medical conditions, such as being unable to stop pulling your hair out and living without limbs, believing one is gay as a youth and a pregnant man is examined in this episode.
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    03:00- 04:00
    The conclusion of the investigation of the prostitution practices inside the US, including legal brothels of Nevada, high end call girls in Manhattan and the street walkers of Philadelphia.
  • s30e34
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    02:00- 03:00
    A close look at the US prostitution practices, including legal brothels of Nevada, high end call girls in Manhattan and the street walkers of Philadelphia.
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    03:00- 04:00
    An examination of the negative consequences of the child-predator laws and how they have effected some youthful offenders. Also, a look into the allegations of a double standard when the sex case involves a boy instead of a girl, and a discussion on when the proper age of consent should be.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Several unusual medical conditions are examined, including people with no fingerprints, those who pull out their own hair, having oversensitive hearing, and those who become suddenly mute.
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    03:00- 04:00
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    03:00- 04:00
    Barbara Walters gives a special report on a year in the lives of the British royal family, filmed with their cooperation.
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    04:00- 05:00
    A look at what families go through when a loved one dies in a foreign country while on a vacation. The cases involve two British women, Lucie Blackman, and seven years later, Lindsay Hawker, both found murdered in Japan. The families are discouraged for answers due to a language barrier and very little evidence. But, a death of an Australian woman, Carita Ridgway, who died years earlier may be connected.
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    03:00- 04:00
    An investigation of the mysterious death of Julie Jensen, a wife and loving mother of two young boys. Was her death a suicide, or did her husband have a hand in this? Originally thought of as a suicide due to her depression and with little evidence to go on, the case turned around when a letter was found in Julie's handwriting describing a possible threat by her husband to kill her.
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    04:00- 05:00
    With the help of hidden cameras, 20/20 investigates how people react to certain situations. Among these includes seeing people vandalizing a car (including a change in the racial makeup of the gangs), seeing a friend of the family dining with another woman, and spying a pickpocket in a bar.
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    03:00- 04:00
    An update of the 2007 Primetime profile of actor Daniel Baldwin and the addictions of the Osbourne family members are examined in this weeks look at drugs in Hollywood.
  • s30e25
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    03:00- 04:00
    A look at the December 2007 small-plane crash in Panama which Francesca Lewis, a 12-year-old from California. Also, a look at the traveling museums use of plasticized corpses in the exhibits.
  • s30e24
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    03:00- 04:00
    An interview with Francesca Lewis, a 12 year old girl who survived a plane crash in Panama, December of 2007. She was traveling with a friend and her friend's father, Michael Klein, the hedge-fund manager, all who died in the crash. Also, a story of the birth of a child by a 2'9 woman in Washington state. Plus, a custody battle of a child born to a Chines woman who lived in the US and the couple in Tennessee who raised her.
  • s30e23
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    04:00- 05:00
    An update on the case of an Alabama teen, Natalee Holloway, who disappeared in Aruba during a high school graduation trip in May 2005. New evidence from a Dutch journalist has caused Aruban authorities to reopen the case.
  • s30e22
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    03:00- 04:00
    A look at the case of Amanda Knox, a Seattle college student who is suspected as killing her British roommate while on a study program in Perugia, Italy, in November 2007. Includes an interview with Knox's parents, Curt Knox and Edda Mellas, and her sister Deanna. Also interviewed is New York City defense lawyer Joe Tacopina.
  • s30e21
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    03:00- 04:00
    A look at anger finds John Stossel exploring myths and facts, along with family anger and the use of anger in comedians acts. Also, a link between anger and narcissism among the rich and famous. Plus, a look at the upcoming National Geographic Channel documentary I Came Back From the Dead.
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    03:00- 04:00
    Dr. Timothy Johnson visits the Renfrew Center Rehabilitation treatment facility where he examines the eating disorders of middle aged women. Also, Carmen Kontur-Gronquist, the mayor of the eastern Oregon town of Arlington who posted pictures of herself on MySpace wearing only underwear, along with a report on airport safety and the cost of staying at a resort.
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    03:00- 04:00
    A report on happiness and the pursuit of it explores such questions as whether money can buy it (timber heir Thayer Cheatham Willis, author of Navigating the Dark Side of Wealth, is a skeptic), and whether marriage and children can make people happy. The science behind happiness is also explored, and experts of various stripes offer tips on how to find it. Interviewees include Harvard psychology professor Daniel Gilbert, the author of Stumbling on Happiness.
  • s30e18
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    03:00- 04:00
    Brian Ross reports on dirty tricks in the 2008 presidential race. Also: profiles of British model Sasha Gardner, who was born with only one ear; skier, photographer and skateboarder Kevin Connelly, who was born without legs; and Lee Thomas, a black TV journalist whose skin is turning white.
  • s30e17
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    03:00- 04:00
    A report on the acquittal of juvenile boot camp guards charged with manslaughter in the death of a 14-year-old black youth in Panama City, Fla.; a profile of William Sledd, whose Ask a Gay Man videos are featured on YouTube; a segment on Hollywood paparazzi, featuring an interview with Us Weekly editor Janice Min. Also: John Stossel reviews 2007's most popular videos; and Bob Brown looks at the year's iconic images.
  • s30e16
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    03:00- 04:00
    A Long Island family whose young daughter was born with a rare bone-marrow disease is profiled. Her only hope for long-term survival was a transplant from a sibling who's a perfect match. Unfortunately, her brother wasn't. Other reports spotlight an Arizona man who lost 400 pounds with the help of a trainer; and a Kentucky woman who has undergone some 200 surgeries in 35 years, as a result of injuries she suffered in a freak auto accident when she was 4.
  • s30e15
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    03:00- 04:00
    A survey of holiday-travel concerns includes reports on airline safety, ticket pricing, on-time performance and lost luggage; medical care on cruise ships; hotel charges; online hotel reviews; and the accuracy of an automobile's gas-tank gauge. Also: a report on Britney Spears' relationship with the paparazzi; a Brian Ross interview with a Houston woman who alleges she was raped by Haliburton/KBR coworkers in Baghdad, and that her former employer and the U.S. government have covered it up.
  • s30e14
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    03:00- 04:00
    A look at ethics in the age of the Internet. Included: parents outraged by online photos of the car accident that killed their daughter; a MySpace hoax that led to a 13-year-old's suicide; a Texas woman who fled manslaughter and drunken-driving charges and is allegedly living as a fugitive in Peru.
  • s30e13
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    03:00- 04:00
    A Brian Ross investigation of drug abuse among military personnel in Iraq; a profile of British photographer Alison Jackson, who stages photos of celebrity look-alikes, often in compromising or embarrassing situations; an interview with a French teenager who was sodomized while vacationing in Dubai in July 2007. Also: Jon Bauman of Sha Na Na and Charlie Thomas of the Drifters on disputes between original members of 1950s doo-wop groups and groups currently performing under their names.
  • s30e12
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    03:00- 04:00
    Spotlighting Guinness world-record holders. Included: Leonid Stadnik, the 8' 5 Ukrainian who currently holds the title of World's Tallest Man. Also: a North Carolina woman with a 15-inch waist (corseted); a Utah woman whose fingernails measure nearly 25 feet in length; a Texas man who sat in a tub with 87 rattlesnakes; and Ashrita Furman of Queens, N.Y., whose numerous world records resulted from such stunts as somersaulting 12 miles and playing 434 games of hopscotch in 24 hours.
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    03:00- 04:00
    Profiles of successful people explore how they did it. Among them: Drew Carey; Ephren Taylor, the youngest black CEO of a publicly traded company; Spanx founder Sara Blakely; author-entrepreneur Ben Casnocha (“My Start-Up Life”); MyYearbook.com cofounder Catherine Cook; snowboard manufacturer Jake Burton; Tom Szaky, who founded a company that manufactures products from waste items; and timber and real-estate baron Tim Blixseth. Also interviewed: author Robert Frank (“Richistan”).
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    03:00- 04:00
    Diane Sawyer explores childhood poverty in the U.S., with updates on case studies from a January 2007 in Camden N.J. Also: interviews with “Dancing With the Stars” professional dancers Derek and Julianne Hough, and British photographer Alison Jackson, a specialist in photos of celebrity look-alikes in compromising positions.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Terri Irwin, the widow of “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin, is interviewed by Barbara Walters. Also: an interview with California computer programmer Hans Reiser, who was arrested on suspicion of murder in the 2006 disappearance of his estranged wife, Nina.
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    02:00- 03:00
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    02:00- 03:00
    An interview with Lance Bass; a report on an Oklahoma woman who woke up from a coma after she was taken off life support; a profile of DeWayne McKinney, a one-time California gang member who was exonerated for a murder he didn't commit after spending almost 20 years in prison. Also: John Stossel on global warming; Chris Connelly on Hollywood comebacks.
  • s30e06
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    02:00- 03:00
    A report on youthful accomplishment profiles Hannah Montana co-star Emily Osment; a 13 year-old North Carolina race car driver Lizzy Smith; 10 year-old Mexican bullfighter Rafita Maribel; and preachers Samuel Boutwell and Terry Durham, who are 7 & 9 respectively. Also interviewed: Todd Kellstein, whose documentary Raised in the Ring explores prizefighting by kids (including girls) in Thailand; and Lisa Blair Hathaway, whose 7 year old daughter died in 1996 while piloting an airplane.
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    An Erie, Pa., woman's reunion with her biological parents, who were teenagers when they put her up for adoption in 1981; a Knoxville, Tenn., woman who shot and killed a man she believed had raped her daughter; two 13-year-old Oregon boys charged with sex abuse for spanking girls at school. Also: an update on a story about a man posing as a police officer who made sexually inappropriate demands on workers at a Louisville fast-food restaurant.
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    03:00- 04:00
    Jenna Bush is interviewed by Diane Sawyer. Topics include Bush's life as a “first daughter,” her engagement to former White House aide Henry Hager, her work with UNICEF, and her book, “Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope.”
  • s30e03
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    02:00- 03:00
    An hour devoted to buying, selling and renovating homes. Included: tips on selling houses in a buyer's market; reports following people as they attempt to sell their houses; and a contractor who reacts to customer complaints. Also: Canadian contractor Mike Holmes, host of the Discovery Home Channel's “Holmes on Homes,” offers advice on choosing a contractor and dealing with problems that can arise during renovations.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus on the pressures of show-business fame for a teenager; businessman Mike May, who was blinded at age 3 and regained his sight in his 40s, on the sometimes surprising effects of being able to see again. Also: difficult decisions loom after a motorcycle accident and a rape.
  • s30e01