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ABC's late night news program, Nightline, continues to hold the number one time slot. Once resistant to change, the show's producers expertly balance media demands while still honoring the program's traditions. Built on the solid foundation of offering viewers a "mix of investigative journalism and interviews", the new Nightline had a daunting task ahead of them. Today news is available 24/7. How does a news program steeped in tradition keep up in today's news world? Nightline created balance by giving its viewers a multi-anchor, multi-subject format that engages the viewer through social media outlets. These changes still hold strong to its thirty-two year goal to keep America informed.

Nightline began as a special report program regarding The Iran Hostage Crisis in November 1979. The news program revolved around one subject. As the crisis wore on, the show began to count the days with its American viewers. At the end of the 144-day affair, Ted Koppel, a former ABC News State Department Correspondent, held the anchor position until he retired in 2005. Good ratings showed, America's interested for in depth, simple format of the 25-minute program. Attempts to change the format failed in its early days. After Ted Koppel retired in 2005, Nightline once again felt pressure to renew the show.

Program directors realized the need to expand the program. The anchor team of Bill Weir, Cynthia McFadden and Terry Moran cover all news subjects with expertise. Each anchor holds numerous awards in journalism and reporting. Bill Weir focuses on global issues. He followed stories in Iran and Iraq; The Japanese Tsunami of 2011 and Chilean Miner Tragedy. Cynthia McFadden's journalistic interest is on human rights and legal topics. Her resume includes familiar topics as the O.J. Simpson trials and The Bosnian War Crimes. Former White House Chief Correspondent, Terry Moran, is the show's political consultant out of Washington D.C. Moran interviews political figures and discusses topics relevant to viewer concerns. The well-rounded anchor team of Nightline, keeps America up to date with expert journalistic flair.

Nightline's choice to jump on the social network bandwagon opened up an interactive world between staff and viewers. Set up on both Twitter and Facebook in 2009, Nightline now has a million Twitter followers and over 80,000 Facebook likes. Both pages bubble with viewer comments. The social network popularity gives viewers a voice and interactive freedom. ABC's Nightline continues a rise in ratings, while holding the number one spot for its time slot. The show's anchor team and investigative reporting, continues the tradition of delivering a mix of investigative journalism and current updated news to its late night viewers.

Weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET/PT on ABC News
41 Seasons, 2782 Episodes
April 29, 2010
Documentary & Biography, News
5.7/10
Cast: JuJu Chang, Bill Weir, Terry Moran, Byron Pitts
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Nightline Full Episode Guide

  • How moms are talking to their kids about race in the US and what they are learning; Keeping the faith, dealing with grief and taking action after George Floyd's death

  • George Floyd is the latest in a history of police-involved deaths in Minnesota; Ahmaud Arbery had been hit by a truck, called racial slur before death

  • George Floyd's family reacts to charges against all 4 officers involved in his death; Black Lives Matter founder, DC educator on George Floyd arrests, impact of protests

  • Friends reflect on George Floyd's life in Houston as protests in the city continue; Being black in America

  • Trump addresses US amid protests, George Floyd's brother reflects on his life; Why a police chief joined forces with Black Lives Matter at George Floyd protest

  • Former officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck charged with murder, protests spread; A history of civil unrest in the US: Frustrations over injustice, slow pace of change

  • Protests erupt in violence after George Floyd’s killing; More than 100,000 lives lost to COVID-19, loved ones share their stories

  • George Floyd's death reopens old wounds of similar police-involved incidents; Violence against people of color has long history in the US

  • How essential workers stepped up as the coronavirus spread across the US; Inside the race for COVID-19 treatments and the ultimate goal, a vaccine

  • In Chicago, Latinos struggle to find relief from devastation of COVID-19, John Leguizamo on the impact of COVID-19 in communities of color and how he's helping

  • COVID-19 exacerbates Mississippi's deep racial, economic and health care divides; Rev. William Barber on impact COVID-19 reopening may have on impoverished communities

  • Coronavirus health disparities highlight race, class divides in NYC epicenter; Alexandria Ocasio Cortez on COVID-19 impact in her district, response to the virus

  • The COVID-19 Class of 2020: High school grads try to plan for the future; ABC News' Kaylee Hartung meets man who received her plasma, recovered from COVID-19

  • What happens to summer? How US beaches are handling reopening in COVID-19 pandemic; Music industry forced to rethink concerts, tours and more in COVID-19 pandemic

  • The price of reopening America; 'The Last Dance' Michael Jordan Documentary on Netflix

  • Retailers, fighting to survive, adopt new safety measures as they begin reopening; Growing number of children affected by illness possibly linked to coronavirus

  • How factories are adjusting as states begin reopening in the wake of the coronavirus; 1st-gen college students see unclear path forward amid financial impact of COVID-19

  • Questions remain over handling of Ahmaud Arbery case after arrests are made; Mothers of black men unarmed when they were shot dead talk about Ahmaud Arbery case

  • Police launch an investigation into Shaun Gayle's pregnant girlfriend's murder; A taped confession from a woman police believe killed Rhoni Reuter; Rhoni Reuter's family on losing her

  • Restaurants that are reopening must navigate a new normal; Chipotle CEO Brian Niccol on what reopening will look like for the chain

  • Millions across the entertainment industry wonder if they'll have jobs to return to; One of the largest casinos in the world plans new safety measures in wake of COVID-19

  • Trump on reopening the country amid potential COVID-19 risks; Trump on his handling of COVID-19 crisis, message to families in mourning

  • How will air travel be transformed by COVID-19?; Airline employees still clocking in on COVID-19 frontlines

  • 4 families share their journeys to parenthood during COVID-19 crisis; Barred from NICU, new parents bond with babies via FaceTime due to COVID-19

  • In Michigan, governor and some workers battle over strict COVID-19 stay-at-home order; Navajo doctors struggle to obtain resources to treat community ravaged by COVID-19

  • Pandemic warnings existed long before coronavirus hit US, experts say; Fmr. DHS chief medical officer on US failure to plan for pandemics, future outlook

  • How blood plasma donations may be saving some people suffering from COVID-19; Life in states with few COVID-19 cases and without orders to stay home

  • Georgia restaurants join other businesses in reopening but life is far from normal; Philadelphia nurse shares emotional last moments with COVID-19 patient

  • While Texas and Georgia reopen, New York businesses wonder if they'll survive; Former Starbucks CEO on how to save America's small businesses

  • How COVID-19 turned US nursing homes into devastating hotspots; Seema Verma defends federal government's response to COVID-19 nursing home crisis

  • Doctors trying to understand COVID-19 symptoms left with more questions; COVID-19 patient reunites with doctor who helped save her life

  • Inside 2 massive food banks feeding families affected by COVID-19; Restaurants get creative to keep doors open, feed health care workers

  • What life is like in Denmark as country begins to ease coronavirus restrictions; Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont on protests against COVID-19 closures, state disparities

  • On the frontlines at a NY hospital full of critically ill COVID-19 patients; New York hospital staff form bonds, mourn loss of their own

  • Former employee at pork plant shut down due to COVID-19 talks about why she quit; Foodservice workers protest over workplace safety, compensation amid COVID-19 crisis

  • Families struggle to make ends meet while navigating COVID-19 economic relief; How Dr. Anthony Fauci came to be the trusted infectious disease expert he is today

  • Struggles for adequate COVID-19 testing remain as Trump pushes to reopen US economy; Dr. Jen Ashton on the importance of COVID-19 antibody tests moving forward

  • How alleged scammers are preying on the vulnerable during the COVID-19 crisis; Pastor and rabbi discuss COVID-19's impact on Easter and Passover

  • The most vulnerable: COVID-19's disproportionate toll on black, brown communities; Mayors of Chicago, New Orleans discuss their response to COVID-19 racial disparities

  • Doctors, nurses across US answer call for help in COVID-19 epicenter, New York, COVID-19 responses in countries around the world see varied results

  • The other frontlines of COVID-19: Keeping the lights on and communities operational;CVS chief medical officer talks ramping up testing across US

  • Recovering COVID-19 patient talks about being on a ventilator, how it saved him; Families of those with special needs face challenges amid COVID-19 outbreak

  • Coronavirus recovery stories offer hope as US crisis persists; Parents hear son for first time after coming off ventilator for coronavirus

  • More states from Louisiana to Michigan confronting uptick in COVID-19 cases; Michigan Gov. Whitmer: We need 'a national strategy' to combat the coronavirus

  • Authorities crackdown on churches, parties where stay-at-home orders are ignored; Pence gives possible COVID-19 timeline, urges everyone to do their part

  • A new month in COVID-19 crisis brings fresh anxiety, fear over how to pay bills, rent; US Surgeon General: ‘We’re trying to learn the lessons’ from other countries

  • Health care workers on frontlines of coronavirus fighting sickness themselves; Dr. Jen Ashton on whether general public should wear masks for coronavirus

  • 'I was in... excruciating pain' A growing number of younger COVID-19 patients; Couple buys its community tests, virtual choirs and other good COVID-19 news

  • In COVID-19 crisis, supply chain workers are putting in overtime too; Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson on what he learned through coronavirus crisis

  • Promising improvements in Asia while Europe continues to battle COVID-19; Experts weigh in on US response to COVID-19 crisis

  • Unemployed struggling as the coronavirus upends the US economy; Ted Koppel, 'Nightline's' first anchor, talks show's 40th anniversary, fighting COPD

  • NYC doctors describe being on the frontlines in US's coronavirus epicenter; U.S.-based nurse talks helping fight COVID-19's devastation in Italy

  • Communities help collect medical supplies as coronavirus threatens shortages; Good news amid coronavirus crisis and taking care of spiritual health

  • Spring break partiers refusing to isolate amid coronavirus crisis draw concerns; Asians grappling with discrimination amid coronavirus pandemic

  • Business owners, workers coping with the economic fallout of the coronavirus; Dr. Jennifer Ashton on self-care during the coronavirus pandemic

  • How medical professionals are confronting the coronavirus pandemic; Seattle doctor describes being on the front lines of coronavirus crisis.

  • Trump issues stricter coronavirus social distancing guidelines; Inside the lab that is helping to identify thousands of new coronavirus cases

  • Trump declares state of emergency over coronavirus, Pelosi announces aid package; Dr. Jen Ashton answers viewers' questions about coronavirus

  • Coronavirus sends market plummeting, halting sports, travel; Xenophobia heightened in reaction to coronavirus fears

  • Coronavirus 'containment area' ordered north of New York City; The reality of 'social distancing' to prevent coronavirus spread

  • CDC director testifies on delay of coronavirus test kits as concerns grow; Escaping Italy ahead of countrywide coronavirus shutdown

  • Cruise ship holding coronavirus patients docks in California as stocks plunge; Italian prime minister announces countrywide travel ban due to coronavirus

  • Idaho mom in court a day after FBI releases new photos of missing kids; At least 12 dead, 188 infected in US as coronavirus continues to spread

  • Director of one of last abortion clinics in Louisiana speaks about Supreme Court case; Behind the Scenes with Superstar Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco

  • James Dailey was sentenced to death for the 1985 murder of a teen girl but claims he's innocent. Paul Skalnik, a fellow inmate and conman, testified that Dailey confessed to the murder while in jail.

  • Joe Biden pulls ahead as Super Tuesday 2020 projected winner; What the 2020 Super Tuesday results mean

  • States bracing for coronavirus outbreaks as first deaths reported in US; How Yung Pueblo is using Instagram to help people self-heal for a happier life

  • 15-year-old Leah Freeman found dead 5 weeks after she went missing; Nick McGuffin's conviction is overturned after DNA evidence comes to light

  • Communities around the world prepare for coronavirus outbreak; Rahm Emanuel on his triumphs and failures in Chicago

  • Husband of Idaho mom whose kids went missing refuses to speak on their whereabouts; Inside the competitive world of freestyle soccer

  • Democratic candidates appeal to black voters, debate in South Carolina, Harvey Weinstein accuser, lawyer Gloria Allred discuss movie producer's conviction

  • Harvey Weinstein found guilty of 2 out of 5 charges in monumental trial; How Ambra Gutierrez, other alleged victims worked to expose Harvey Weinstein

  • Idaho mom whose children have been missing since September arrested in Hawaii; Ben Affleck on depression, addiction and how sobriety has made him happier

  • Former congresswoman Katie Hill is taking on cyber exploitation; Pete Buttigieg is the first openly gay man to run a major presidential campaign

  • Michael Bloomberg joins Democrats in first debate appearance in Nevada; Billie Eilish on working with Hans Zimmer on Bond theme song and her rise to stardom

  • Catching illegal loggers deep in the Amazon with 'Guardians of the Forest'; Indigenous 'Guardians' targeted after trying to protect their land

  • Trans body builder on fight for acceptance: 'We just want to live normal lives'; 'American Idol' judges Lionel Richie, Katy Perry, Luke Bryan on new season

  • Travis Alexander's friends warned him about girlfriend Jodi Arias before his murder; Media frenzy that surrounded Jodi Arias' trial for murder of Travis Alexander

  • 'After Parkland' chronicles life of families in wake of deadly school shooting; Marvel 'Hero Project' spotlights youth making effort to positively change communities

  • Latest in case against TV doctor, girlfriend accused of drugging, raping women; 'Friday' singer Rebecca Black on lessons learned 9 years after song went viral

  • Bernie Sanders projected to win New Hampshire primary; New details in investigation of Idaho mom whose children went missing in September

  • Democrats ramp up attacks ahead of high-stakes New Hampshire primary; Amid global panic over coronavirus, thousands quarantined on cruise ship in Japan

  • Democratic candidates face off ahead of New Hampshire primary; Breaking down the ABC News debate in New Hampshire

  • Mom poses as 11-year-old girl online to expose potential predators, grooming tactics
; Documenting the 'Seasons' of Justin Bieber's tumultuous personal life

  • Senate votes to acquit President Trump on both articles of impeachment; Diane Keaton on relationship with her brother, his struggles with mental illness; Kirk Douglas, star of 'Spartacus,' dies at 103

  • Trump delivers State of the Union in the wake of Iowa caucus vote-reporting issues; Shannen Doherty reveals stage 4 breast cancer diagnosis, why she's sharing it now

  • Iowa caucuses give Democratic candidates first test of voter appeal; Breaking down the Iowa caucuses, where Democratic race could go from here

  • Ted Bundy's former girlfriend on being with him, heaving concerns; The moment Ted Bundy's former girlfriend realized he was a serial killer

  • Idaho mother found in Hawaii fails to produce her missing kids; How ‘1917’ filmmakers made WWI film look like a continuous shot

  • Auschwitz survivors return 75 years after liberation; Where the survivors of Auschwitz are today

  • All victims' bodies recovered from Kobe Bryant helicopter crash; Kobe Bryant's friends on his journey to basketball fame

  • Kobe Bryant’s basketball journey from high school passion to the NBA; Kobe Bryant focused on life outside the court after NBA retirement

  • Actress Rosie Perez testifies in Harvey Weinstein trial in support of key witness; How Christian Pulisic rose to international stardom playing soccer

  • How prosecutors say drugmaker carried out scheme to sell powerful opioid; Drugmaker head sentenced for role in scheme that contributed to opioid crisis

  • Prosecution recounts graphic stories of assault by Harvey Weinstein in criminal trial; Amy Klobuchar talks to New Hampshire voters about reparations, immigration

  • Jane Fonda on changing her lifestyle to combat climate change; 'Lion King' on Broadway makes a big impact in South African village

  • Pro-gun rally at Virginia capital draws thousands of armed protesters; Prince Harry says there 'was no other option' than to give up royal titles

  • Kamiyah Mobley shares about learning from her mother she was stolen as a baby; Couple describes chasing 11-year-old's abductor's car through traffic

  • Inside one of the US's busiest fire stations caring for LA's homeless residents; Prince Harry steps out for 1st royal engagement since bombshell announcement

  • US families hit with huge surprise medical bills: What can be done; Color and controversy abound in art of creative dog grooming

  • St. Louis prosecutor on why she filed a complaint against city, police union; Suzanne Somers on her unconventional approach to aging: 'I honestly love my age'

  • Queen Elizabeth announces 'period of transition' for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle; Amy Schumer shares 2nd child fertility issues, something many families struggle with

  • Pamela Smart remembers husband's murder investigation; Pamela Smart maintains her innocence 30 years after her teen lover killed husband

  • 'Just Mercy' and the real-life story of the attorney who exonerated death row inmates; Fiance of slain Texas mom on finding out his wife's friend is suspected of kidnapping

  • Estranged husband of missing Connecticut mom arraigned on murder, kidnapping charges; Prince Harry, Meghan to 'step back as senior members' of British royal family

  • Iran launches more than a dozen missiles at US military, coalition forces in Iraq; Tensions between US, Iran: Where things stand now; Iranian Aviation Organization confirms plane crash near Tehran

  • Mourners in Iran vow revenge for Soleimani’s death; Australia fires burn through 15 million acres of land, kill at least 25 people

  • Ariel Castro kidnaps 3 teen girls in Cleveland, holds them captive for years; Ariel Castro kills himself in prison after 3 women held captive by him escape

  • U.S. airstrike kills Iranian General Qassem Soleimani; Alex Trebek reflects on cancer battle, hosting 'Jeopardy!' all these years

  • Hero in Texas church shooting that killed 3 recounts stopping the gunman; 48 Hours with Kygo

  • Tina Turner's story of perseverance takes center stage in 'Tina,' the musical; Alfre Woodard on new film, 'Clemency,' and her history of criminal justice advocacy

  • Botham Jean, Atatiana Jefferson fuel outcry against police deadly force; Botham Jean's mother, Atatiana Jefferson's sister discuss police violence

  • Trump becomes third president in US history to be impeached, voters react; Tiffany Haddish talks 'Kids Say the Darndest Things' reboot and remembering her roots

  • Pregnant women seeking asylum in peril after ‘remain in Mexico’ policy: Part 1; Former asylum officer on devastating effects of ‘remain in Mexico’ policy: Part 2

  • Hit show 'Live PD': Humanizing cops or exploiting suspects' lowest moments?; Adam Driver discusses his biggest roles, from 'Star Wars' to 'Marriage Story'

  • Lou Pearlman forms two iconic boy bands, Backstreet Boys and NSYNC; Lou Pearlman's empire crumbles after enormous Ponzi scheme uncovered

  • Telling the 'Richard Jewell' story, the hero-turned-suspect's 88-day nightmare; YouTube superstar Emma Chamberlain opens up about staying authentic

  • Understanding the deadly New Zealand volcano eruption; From Art Basel's $120K banana to the festival's effect on local communities

  • Pete Frates, who helped launch ALS ice bucket challenge, dies at 34; How the ice bucket challenge led to advances in ALS treatment

  • What to know about carbon monoxide, fire safety this holiday; Weinstein attorney dismisses accuser allegations: 'You have to see the full picture'

  • As Fotis Dulos civil trial wraps, Jennifer Dulos' disappearance remains unsolved; 'Star Wars' stars talk about ending the legendary saga, 'deep love' between co-stars

  • Embattled Buffalo Bishop resigns amid widespread criticism; Buffalo Bishop's tenure was marked by scandal

  • Snake oil or cure-all? Inside the budding CBD industry; Cow cuddling and beyond: the growing use of emotional support animals

  • Prince Andrew accuser speaks out in latest scandal for royal family; Latinx music legend Romeo Santos talks defining his career on his own terms

  • California high school football team returns to field after devastating Fire, Meet Matty Mo, 'The Most Famous Artist' you've never heard of

  • Julie Andrews The Diane Sawyer Interview; Julie Andrews talks about her start with 'Mary Poppins,' 'Sound of Music'; Julie Andrews reflects on romantic movie scenes and marriage

  • 'Citizen X' and Hong Kong protesters' battle for freedom; Cory Booker talks health care, combating hate, gun control with voters

  • Female Syrian doctor saved lives in an underground hospital during airstrikes; Syrian doctor starts new life as refugee in Turkey

  • 'Dark Waters' star Mark Ruffalo, lawyer Rob Bilott tell the true story behind film; Model, actress Emily Ratajkowski on her mission to promote body positivity, feminism

  • Natalee Holloway's mother on never giving up on search for daughter in Aruba; International manhunt for Joran van der Sloot after killing Peruvian woman

  • Impeachment hearings become civics lesson for Pennsylvania middle schoolers; Tom Hanks, Joanne Rogers on advancing kindness in ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’

  • Ambassador Sondland gives bombshell testimony, contenders face off at Dem debate; Cast of ‘Frozen 2’ on celebrating girl power and sisterhood in new film

  • Doorbell camera captures critical evidence in 8-year-old girl's kidnapping; Police body camera shows moment abducted 8-year-old girl is found alive

  • The biggest moments in former US Ambassador MarieYovanovitch's hearing; 'TheMandalorian' creator Jon Favreau on the inspiration behind his new series

  • At least two students were killed when the 16-year-old male suspect opened fire at a Southern California high school. The suspect is in “grave condition” after a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

  • Trump impeachment hearings begin 20 years after Clinton proceedings; Breaking down the first day of impeachment hearings

  • Impeachment inquiry begins public hearings: How we got here; Dolly Parton on path to superstardom, songwriting helping her through dark moments

  • 13-year-old survivor of Mexican ambush that killed 9 describes harrowing ordeal; 'The View's' Sunny Hostin on what motivated new cold case show, 'Truth About Murder'

  • Mary Jo Buttafuoco's shooting sparks media frenzy that spans decades; Mary Jo Buttafuoco's daughter wants to rescue family name linked to scandal

  • Texas Custody Battle Fuels Debate Over Transgender Rights; Bear Grylls talks about his vigorous training for survival, ‘Running Wild’; Sculpture dedicated to trans, gender non-conforming communities unveiled in NYC

  • Mexican ambush that killed 9 Americans: What we know; Investigators say woman faked cancer, collected over $10K in donations

  • TikTok's biggest stars reveal what makes the platform so popular; Sen. Kamala Harris’ childhood friends share memories about presidential hopeful

  • A Rare Look Inside Nuclear Powered Submarine USS Florida; QueenLatifah on role in 'The Little Mermaid Live': 'You got one shot at this thing!'; Iran hostage crisis' 40th anniversary marks continued tensions between two nations

  • Colorado man goes to trial for murder of his fiancee; Tumor stopped RIT diving coach's Olympic dreams, but couldn't keep him from the sport

  • Colorado mom accused of murdering 7-year-old daughter she claimed was terminally ill; Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton on reuniting for 'Terminator: Dark Fate'

  • Firefighters battling California wildfires with hurricane-force winds; The evolution of Halloween costumes have made it the sexiest holiday of the year

  • Katie Hill scandal underscores ongoing issue of 'revenge porn' with few solutions; 'Balloon Boy's' family discusses life 10 years after incident

  • Wildfires force hundreds of thousands of Californians to evacuate; ISIS leader al-Baghdadi dead after US raid in Syria: What we know

  • The Wicked; 'Slender Man' stabbing survivor describes horrific ordeal; 'Slender Man' stabbing survivor discusses recovery, moving forward

  • LGBT people in Chechnya fear brutal persecution at the hands of government; Coming out to head of Chechen police, a force accused of brutal 'gay purge'

  • 'Younger' Star Nico Tortorella On Their Untraditional Marriage, LGBTQ+ Advocacy; How 'After' author Anna Todd built erotica empire from One Direction fan fiction; Remembering Lauren Brennan

  • Cameron Douglas on the profound impact his severe drug use had on his family; Cameron Douglas on surviving prison and finding your way home

  • From Dairy Queen to Playboy, Dorothy Stratten's rise to fame; Dorothy Stratten's 1980 murder sends shockwaves through Hollywood

  • Hunter Biden: The Interview; Hunter Biden says he never spoke to father about Ukraine business dealings; Hunter Biden and wife Melissa Biden on weathering a political firestorm

  • After US withdrawal, a heartbreaking look at growing humanitarian crisis in Syria; 'The First Wives Club' is back with a new perspective

  • Democratic debate in Ohio: Dems spar over Biden's son, wealth tax, health care; US Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon on learning to be comfortable in his own skin

  • Ronan Farrow Describes How His Harvey Weinstein Reporting Unfolded; Ronan Farrow Alleges NBC Dropped Weinstein Story To Protect Lauer

  • Julie Andrews The Diane Sawyer Interview; Julie Andrews talks about her start with ‘Mary Poppins,’ ‘Sound of Music’; Julie Andrews reflects on romantic movie scenes and marriage

  • Trump supporters in Minnesota explain why they stand by him amid impeachment furor; A year after Hurricane Michael, Florida communities still trying to recover

  • Nightline, television's most esteemed late-night news program provides viewers with in-depth reporting on the major stories in the news.

  • Indigenous student's disappearance just one in epidemic of missing native women.

  • 'Modern Family' cast reflects on show's impact before 11th and final season; Prince Harry sues 2 British tabloids days after wife Meghan Markle files own lawsuit

  • California high school football team returns to field after devastating Camp Fire; Brandt Jean talks about why he forgave his brother's killer, Amber Guyger

  • Am I Next? Trans and Targeted; Trans women of color terrified of being targets for violence ask 'am I next?'; Latinx trans woman talks about her horrific assault to send a message

  • Botham Jean's Brother Embraces Ex-Cop Amber Guyger, Who Was Convicted Of His Murder; A Weekend With Pop Superstar Kygo As He Performs 3 Shows In 2 Countries

  • Former Officer Convicted Of Murder In Wrong-Apartment Killing; Blondie Frontwoman Debbie Harry On Obstacles She Overcame In Her Rock-And-Roll Life

  • EEE Virus Survivor Describes Horrific Health Battle After It Almost Killed Her; Prince Harry Follows In Late Princess Diana's Footsteps At Angola Landmine Field

  • Ex-Cop Amber Guyger Testifies At Her Murder Trial For Neighbor Botham Jean's Death; How 'Siegfried and Roy' changed Las Vegas forever

  • Sparks Fly During Top Intel Official's Testimony On Whistleblower Complaint; Demi Moore Details Highs And Lows Of Marriages To Bruce Willis, Ashton Kutcher

  • Trump, Ukraine President Respond To Impeachment Inquiry, Transcript Release; Demi Moore Reveals Troubling Memories From Her Past In New Memoir

  • 'No One Is Above The Law': Nancy Pelosi Announces Official Impeachment Inquiry; Real-Life 'Bad Moms' Redefine What It Means To Be A Good Mother

  • Fashion's Latest Trend? Personal Stylists...For Kids; Bob Iger On His Defining Moments As Disney CEO

  • 30 Years Searching; College Student Mandy Stavik Found Dead, But Case Goes Cold For Years; 30 Years After Mandy Stavik Murder, Arrest Made With DNA Match

  • An Inside Look At The Deadly Toll On Immigrants At US Southern Border; Meet Matty Mo, 'The Most Famous Artist' You've Never Heard Of

  • Morgan Spurlock On His Next Big Fast Food Venture, Addressing #MeToo Confession; ‘Dog: Impossible’ Star Matt Beisner’s Quest To Prove There Are No Bad Dogs

  • Legendary Journalist Cokie Roberts’ Life Covering Politics; Cokie Roberts’ Battle With Breast Cancer

  • Mommy Blogger's Decision To Give Up 'Wine Culture' To Document Sobriety Journey; Christie Brinkley's Daughter On Taking Mom's 'Dancing With The Stars' Spot

  • Felicity Huffman Sentenced To 14 Days In Prison In 'Varsity Blues' Case; How former strip club workers scammed men out of thousands

  • 3rd Democratic Debate 2019: Candidates Go Hard On Health Care, Gun Reform; Which candidates stood out

  • NFL Star Antonio Brown Accused Of Rape In Civil Lawsuit; Pete Buttigieg's Childhood, College Friends On Memories With Democratic Candidate

  • Teen Was In The Fight For Her Life After Vaping A Cartridge A Day; Beto O' Rourke talks guns, racism and immigration with Texas voters

  • The Hunt For ISIS Fighters; Embedding with US military leaders combating ISIS on Syrian border in Iraq; Inside the Syrian rehab center trying to help children who grew up under ISIS

  • Husband In Love Triangle Murder-Suicide Falls For New Boss; Wife In Love Triangle Murder-Suicide Kills Husband's Girlfriend, Then Herself

  • Girlfriend Of Missing CT Mom's Estranged Husband Surrenders To Police; New Virtual Reality App Gives Music Fans Front Row Seats To Big Concerts

  • Ady Barkan Fights For Healthcare For All Amid Struggle With ALS; 'Hustlers' Stars Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B, Constance Wu Discuss Relating To Their Roles

  • Hurricane Dorian pummels the Bahamas; Mom talks adopting 9 siblings, becoming family of 15; Woman shelters 97 dogs amid Hurricane Dorian

  • Hurricane Dorian pummels the Bahamas; Mom talks adopting 9 siblings, becoming family of 15; Woman shelters 97 dogs amid Hurricane Dorian

  • Immersive Center For Those With Early Dementia Transports Them To 1950s; Kim Petras Is Breaking Barriers As Music's New Pop Princess

  • Conservation Front And Center As Tourism Booms In The Galapagos Islands; YouTube Sensation 'The Slow Mo Guys' Turns Ordinary Objects Into Extraordinary Videos

  • Families Of Muslims Allegedly Detained By Chinese Government Speak Out; An orchestrated 'tour' of Chinese 'vocational center' for Muslim citizens

  • 2 Young Men Say They Almost Died From Vaping; How the 'Queen of Slime' Karina Garcia became an internet sensation

  • Amazon Rainforest on Fire: 'Lungs of the World' in Flames; Avicii's last days and lasting legacy in music

  • Taylor Swift Says She Plans To Re-Record Her Previous Next Work Next Year; Jazz Jennings Joins 'What Would You Do?' For Trans Bathroom Scenario

  • Combating The Rising Threat Of White Supremacist Terrorism; Tennis Star Cori 'Coco' Gauff Talks Wimbledon Debut At 15: 'The Sky Isn't The Limit'

  • ABC News’ Janai Norman’s journey to wearing her natural hair on TV; George Takei on how his childhood imprisonment affected his activism today

  • Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Fiery Plane Crash Follows A Summer Of Other Aviation Scares; LA's Surplus Of Ultra-Lux Mansions Leads To Agents Getting Extremely Creative

  • Disney Star Cameron Boyce's Parents On How They Want Their Late Son Remembered; 'Backstory' Behind Serena Williams' Outburst Over US Open 2018 Controversial Ump Call

  • Cocaine Cowboys: Inside The US Coast Guard's War On Drugs; Wedding Crashers Normally Go For The Party, But This One Allegedly Stole Gifts

  • Former Member Of 'Incel' Community Speaks Out About Dangerous Misogyny; Meet The Hawthorns: Mom Talks Adopting 9 Siblings, Becoming Family Of 15

  • Jeffrey Epstein's death behind bars raises questions about investigation, NYC jail; Mom who started gender reveal trend has reservations on how the events have evolved

  • Unraveling Clues Behind One Man's Murder Of His Pregnant Wife And 2 Daughters; Chris Watts Admits In Police Interview To Smothering Daughters To Death

  • ALS Patients Share About Their Life 5 Years After 'Ice Bucket Challenge'; ALS Patient Rides Motorcycle After Being Unable To For Over 2 Years

  • Controversy Over Trump's Visits To Grieving Dayton, Ohio, And El Paso, Texas; Family Of 21-Year-Old Killed By Sharks In Bahamas Speaks Out

  • 8chan's Creator Talks Role Of Site In Stoking Hate Online, El Paso Shooting; Behind The Scenes Of Mariah Carey's Summer Camp For Underprivileged Kids

  • In El Paso Mass Shooting, Acts Of Heroism Among Chaos And Terror; Dayton Mass Shooting Survivors, Witnesses Describe Trying To Help Victims

  • How An Israeli Conman's Alleged Victim Says He Swindled Her Out Of 200K; 'Descendants 3' Stars On Losing Cameron Boyce, Filming Franchise's Final Installment

  • Activist Whose Child Was Left In Hot Car And Survived Says It 'Can Happen To Anyone'; Kerry Perry's 'Dark Horse' Ruling Is The Latest In Music Copyright Infringement Wars

  • As Dems Trade Jabs, Michigan Voters Speculate On The Swing State's Future; 'Dark, Psychic Force': Marianne Williamson's Debate Performance Helps Her Go Viral

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Michelle Williams, after staying silent for many years, recently opened up during a Nightline interview about the death of Heath Ledger.  Heath and Michelle have a child together and originally met on the set of Brokeback Mountain.

Unfortunately, the producers and editors of Nightline decided they wanted to skew her three-hour long interview in a manner that was inappropriate in her eyes.

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