Gabby Giffords, Mark Kelly, Diane Sawyer
ABC World News will air a sit-down interview with former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords on the two-year anniversary of her shooting, ABC announced Sunday.
Giffords, along with her husband, astronaut Mark Kelly, spoke to....
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has one simple requirement for a possible Saturday Night Live appearance: It has to make him laugh.
In an interview on ABC's World News Tonight, the former Massachusetts governor said he was considering...
Days after receiving an early renewal for Season 2, Smash was honored by GLAAD's Media Awards Saturday in New York City.
Two of the show's producers, Neil Meron and Craig Zadan, accepted the Vito Russo award for special recognition. Zadan said being gay was "part of who I am, so it...
Generations of Americans have seen thousands of pictures of Jacqueline Kennedy, but they seldom heard her voice after her time as first lady. "She gave very few interviews, so we had very little insight into what she was really thinking behind those incredible photographs," says ABC World News anchor Diane Sawyer. On September 13, in the two-hour special Jacqueline Kennedy: In Her Own Words, Sawyer unveils recorded conversations between the iconic and often mysterious former first lady and historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Another good get for Diane Sawyer: The ABC World News anchor will sit down with famous kidnapping victim Jaycee Dugard...
Monday's editions of the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams and ABC's World News with Diane Sawyer will all be expanded to hour-long episodes focusing on the assassination of Osama bin Laden.
Details on each broadcast are below...
Katie Couric is leaving her post at CBS Evening News, The Associated Press reports.
Less than five years after she became the first woman to solely anchor a network TV nightly newscast, Couric is expected to announce her departure. She has plans to launch her own syndicated talk show in 2012, according to the AP.
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On a table in Bob Woodruff's office at ABC News is a stack of flash cards with illustrations of household items. They are a reminder of the difficult days that followed for the correspondent after he suffered a traumatic brain injury from an improvised explosive device while reporting in Iraq.
"I couldn't even say scissor," he says as he palms one card. "I couldn't say hammer. When I could finally say it, I spelled it h-a-m-o-r. This was my therapy in the first month or two after I woke up — just trying to name these things."
You can't blame broadcast news for having a bad case of cable envy.
Fox News Channel has seen its profits double this year, thanks to growing ratings and higher fees from cable systems. NBC News can share its news-gathering costs with MSNBC, which has also turned into a big moneymaker. Even CNN, beleaguered by declining audiences and under pressure to bolster its program lineup, rakes in ...
ABC News president David Westin is calling it quits.
In an e-mail message, Westin told colleagues late Monday "there are some other things I want to do professionally — things that I can't explore while fulfilling my responsibilities here." He has agreed to remain at ABC News until a successor is named.
While the announcement came suddenly, news industry insiders heard that ABC recently hired an executive search firm to scout out replacements for Westin...