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ABC News UpClose The Onion: Peeling Back the Layers
ABC News UpClose The Onion: Peeling Back the Layers
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4.6 out of 5 stars with 32 reviews
It's not your typical newspaper. Satire has a long and honored tradition in this country. The Onion was founded in the late 1980's and is published weekly in print and on the web. The Onion looks, feels, and reads exactly like any other newspaper: facts, quotes, photographs, local and international stories, info graphics, editorials, even horoscopes. Unlike the New York Times, however, it has no reporters, foreign bureaus, or objective analysis. What it does have is the benefit of hindsight, of


ABC News UpClose Jimmy Scott
ABC News UpClose Jimmy Scott
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4.4 out of 5 stars with 177 reviews
Jimmy Scott lost his mother when he was 13. She was struck by a car as she was trying to pull Scott's sister out of the street. So the song ''Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child'' has always been very personal to Scott, even now at 77. Scott has been singing jazz for more than 60 of those years with a rather unique voice - a male soprano, not a falsetto. Scott's voice is the product of a childhood medical condition called Kallman's Syndrome, which creates a hormone deficiency that impedes


ABC News UpClose Matt Haimovitz
ABC News UpClose Matt Haimovitz
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4.7 out of 5 stars with 45 reviews
Who would think of moving classical music from the reverence of a symphony hall to a punk rock club? Matt Haimovitz decided he wanted to bring classical music to venues where people of his generation could listen to a Bach Suite in a relaxed setting, and even eat or drink while taking in the music. So Matt began his ''Listening Room'' tour, and got the opportunity to play for young people at New York's famed CBGB, an underground rock club that had never featured a classical artist. From the


ABC News UpClose Erik Weihenmayer
ABC News UpClose Erik Weihenmayer
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4.8 out of 5 stars with 287 reviews
For mountain climber Erik Weihenmayer, scaling the tallest peak on each of the seven continents is the kind of milestone mountain climbers like himself usually only dream of. Conquering the seven summits can take a lifetime. Two months ago, Erik Weihenmayer achieved his goal and he's only 33. And, he's been blind since he was 13. Correspondent: Don Dahler..


ABC News UpClose Tim Blake Nelson
ABC News UpClose Tim Blake Nelson
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4.6 out of 5 stars with 227 reviews
Think of the most excruciating moral dilemma of all - kill or be killed - and try translating that to the big screen and you begin to appreciate what Tim Blake Nelson faced in making ''The Grey Zone.'' Jews at the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp confronted this choice: whether to collaborate with the Nazis as they exterminated the Jews and save yourself for a few months or be killed instantly. Some choice. Film buffs may know Nelson more as an actor than a director. He played the comic rube in


ABC News UpClose The War Photographers
ABC News UpClose The War Photographers
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4.4 out of 5 stars with 64 reviews
ABC News reports on ''A Day in the Life of the U.S. Armed Forces.'' As the 1.4 million American men and women on active duty, all volunteers, prosecute the war on terrorism and the war in Iraq and take their posts around the world, how do you begin to squeeze such a mammoth institution into a snapshot? You start with 125 of the world's top photographers. Then assign them to submarines, military bases in Afghanistan, the Jungle Warfare Training Center in Okinawa and nearly 50 other international


ABC News UpClose Dan MacArthur
ABC News UpClose Dan MacArthur
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4.3 out of 5 stars with 266 reviews
Meet Dan MacArthur, who calls himself a ''gearhead,'' a Vermont mechanic fascinated with vintage cars. Now, there are lots of old car enthusiasts, but none perhaps quite like Dan MacArthur. His love of old cars has laid him into a near obsession with Cuba. Back in the late '50s before Castro and the Communists took over, Cuba got almost all of its automobiles from the United States. The cars are still there. But because of the US trade embargo against Cuba, getting parts, let alone replacement


ABC News UpClose Rick Montz
ABC News UpClose Rick Montz
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4.2 out of 5 stars with 113 reviews
Dr. Rick Montz at John Hopkins University, is often the bearer of bad news, sometimes the worst news possible. But he managed to connect with his cancer patients in a way that comforted them through their darkest hours. He is, by all accounts, eccentric, irreverent and most of all, compassionate as he touches the lives of his patients. Anchor: Ted Koppel.When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will


ABC News UpClose Steve Tice
ABC News UpClose Steve Tice
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4.5 out of 5 stars with 183 reviews
It was May 18th, 1969, six months and a day into Steve Tice's tour of duty with the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam. The battle for Hamburger Hill was an especially ugly moment in the Vietnam War. A rocket-propelled grenade slammed into the right side of Tice's body. He was helicoptered to Japan and six weeks later to San Francisco. He lost 100 pounds. A month later, gangrene nearly claimed him. He asked to see the chaplain, convinced he was going to die. His right arm and shoulder were


ABC News UpClose Chris Moon
ABC News UpClose Chris Moon
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4.7 out of 5 stars with 111 reviews
First, you have your arm and leg blown off after stepping on a landmine. Then, your military training kicks in and you somehow have the mental toughness to survive where others might have succumbed. And this comes just a few years after being captured by the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, where you narrowly escaped torture and a sure death. Chris Moon has faced enough adversity for several lifetimes, but always manages to keep a positive outlook on life. He also once ran 13 marathons in eight days


ABC News UpClose Joe Brown
ABC News UpClose Joe Brown
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4.9 out of 5 stars with 261 reviews
If you watch daytime television, you can see the order in Judge Joe Brown's court. It's a long way from South Central Los Angeles, to digging ditches to get to UCLA Law School, to becoming the first African-American prosecutor in Shelby County, Tennessee, to morphing into a TV judge. It's a journey that keeps coming back to the respect for order Joe's father instilled in him at an early age. Joe Brown wasn't the first judge to move from the courtroom to the television studio, but his transition


ABC News UpClose Spinal Muscular Atrophy
ABC News UpClose Spinal Muscular Atrophy
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4.5 out of 5 stars with 265 reviews
Parents, who are running in a race against time to save their daughter's life, are told that the best thing they could do is to find someone famous who has the disease or, in the very least, is willing to be a spokesperson for it. Arya Singh has an awful disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy, or SMA. Although most people have never heard of this disease, it's nearly as prevalent as Lou Gehrig's Disease or Cystic Fibrosis. But unlike many lethal diseases, scientists know what causes SMA and


ABC News UpClose Stewart Goldman
ABC News UpClose Stewart Goldman
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4.0 out of 5 stars with 12 reviews
When asked about working with oncology patients at Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Dr. Stewart Goldman's honest answer was that it was hard, and sometimes he wasn't sure he wanted to do it for the rest of his life. But for now, the gifts his job gave him far outweighed the sadness that comes from being around children who die. Dr. Goldman answers ABC News' questions about his work and its impact on him and his family. Correspondent: Jim Donvan Airdate: December 18, 2002When sold by


ABC News UpClose Baroness Emma Nicholson
ABC News UpClose Baroness Emma Nicholson
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4.5 out of 5 stars with 204 reviews
Throughout the 1990's, Emma Nicholson sounded the alarm on behalf of the victims inside Saddam Hussein's Iraq. She spoke out about the brutal campaign against a massive group in Iraq's southern marshland region, the part of the world thought to have first produced writing and the wheel. It was an area half the size of Ohio, once teeming with life, then transformed by Saddam into a barren desert. She was adamant that force must be used against Saddam because of what she calls the genocidal


ABC News UpClose Little Havana: Willy Chirino
ABC News UpClose Little Havana: Willy Chirino
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4.4 out of 5 stars with 296 reviews
It's been more than 40 years since Willy Chirino's parents put their 14-year-old son on an airlift out of Cuba for the United States, not knowing if they would see him again. They eventually followed him to Miami but never fully adjusted to their new life in a nation just 90 miles away from their home. Speak with virtually any resident of Miami's Little Havana and it won't take long for the conversation to turn to post-Castro Cuba. Residents of the Cuban exile community count the days until


ABC News UpClose Marshall Allen
ABC News UpClose Marshall Allen
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4.2 out of 5 stars with 158 reviews
Marshall Allen is just one of those hundreds of thousands of prisoners expected to leave state or federal prison, and walk back into the communities from which they came. In many ways, Marshall is typical of this crowd: he is not a violent offender - he has been serving time because he uses drugs - in his case crack cocaine - and has been caught with it in his possession. ABC News first met Marshall when he was just a month out of prison, living at one of New York City's most notorious homeless


ABC News Up Close: Romeo Dallaire
ABC News Up Close: Romeo Dallaire
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4.6 out of 5 stars with 195 reviews
ABC News' Ted Koppel interviews Roman Dallaire, a former two-star general in the Canadian Army. Anchor: Ted Koppel Airdate: 7/23/2002.


ABC News UpClose with Norman Lear
ABC News UpClose with Norman Lear
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4.0 out of 5 stars with 188 reviews
Norman Lear had one of the most powerful and influential careers in the history of U.S. television. As a television writer and producer, Lear produced such popular sitcoms as ''All in the Family,'' ''Sanford and Son,'' ''One Day at a Time,'' ''Good Times'' and ''Maude.'' In 2002, Norman Lear spoke with Ted Koppel on television, corporate greed, citizenship and life.When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return


ABC News UpClose with Jane Goodall
ABC News UpClose with Jane Goodall
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4.8 out of 5 stars with 200 reviews
Sometimes dreams do come true. From the time she was a young British schoolgirl, Jane Goodall dreamed of visiting Africa, called ''the dark continent'' in her day. But it was just after World War II, her family had little money, and people just laughed at her musings about Africa. '''Jane, dream about something you can achieve,''' she recalls them saying. ''Except my mother. She'd say, 'Jane, if you really want something, you work hard, you take advantage of opportunity, and you never give up.


ABC News UpClose Stephon Marbury
ABC News UpClose Stephon Marbury
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4.5 out of 5 stars with 150 reviews
You think it's easy being a multi-millionaire NBA star? Before you answer that question, you need to know the back story. Stephon Marbury grew up in Apartment 4G in the Coney Island projects of New York with his four brothers, two sisters and parents. They were called the first family of basketball in Coney Island. For a variety of reasons, the brothers' dreams of making it to the NBA were never realized. But after a year of college, Stephon was drafted at age 19. He made it to the big show.



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