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This show has always been one of my favorites - but lately too much reporter bias is creeping in - John Stossel's buzz words "Give Me a Break" became household common here - but lately I hate to see him on - as it is as if he has lost HIS …
I have watched 20/20 for years and I like the fact that I always walk away from it learning something new ! I like the hosts and reporters on the show; they always seem to go above board to get the story they are after and genuinely want to let the people …
I am very curious about wind power, You had very interesting show
on june 19,2009 about Surviving 2009 One topic that hit home for me was about the car people changing the way they do things
They found that thye needed to change to something that they …
When did "News" become the platform for the anchors and business owners to blatantly express their views, ideas and attitudes on the subject of the stories that they are supposed to be reporting on?? The callus disregard for honorable journalism …
By CHAS S on Sat, Jun 13, 2009 6:45 AM PDTYou should be concentrating on his great talent not his sexual preferances!!
He is a great artist/singer and that is what the interview should of been about.
Who cares if he is gay or not, it should of not been focused on so much, his singing is what …
firstname.lastname@example.org, I think these people are trying to use a lot of people. Is this legal?
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Top Rated EpisodesEpisode 30, Season 30| Length: 1:00:00| Air Date: 03-16-2007Recently Missouri boys Ben Ownby and Shawn Hornbeck were rescued from their abductor. Now that they are home, what kind of life will they face? Jessyca Mullenberg is another kidnap victim who beat the odds. She says that she is still overwhelmed by the horrific experience, almost 12 years after her abduction. Jessyca's tale is a rare opportunity to see a child abduction through the eyes of one of the few who have lived to talk about it. Elizabeth Vargas also talks to Patty Wetterling, a mom who still holds out hope even though her son, Jacob, has been missing for 18 years; and to Trevor Wetterling, the brother who was with Jacob when he was abducted. Then, an exclusive interview, Barbara Walters sits down with controversial Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. This is the first time he has been interviewed by an American television journalist since he was in the U.S. last fall for the United Nations and called President Bush "the devil," and since his re-election in December. Finally, Bill Ritter reports that it takes just ten minutes a day of memory exercises to help improve your memory and also protect against age-related memory loss. lessRecently Missouri boys Ben Ownby and Shawn Hornbeck were rescued from their abductor. Now that they are home, what kind of life will they face? Jessyca Mullenberg is another kidnap victim who beat the odds. She says that she is still overwhelmed by the … more
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