The ABC News primetime news magazine 20/20 has distinguished itself as one of the most esteemed programs in broadcast journalism. Celebrating its 36th anniversary this season, 20/20 continues to combine hard-hitting investigative reports, newsmaker interviews and compelling human interest and feature stories. The program is anchored by award-winning journalists Elizabeth Vargas and David Muir. For over three decades 20/20 has offered viewers reports and stories that have changes lives. Add to my shows

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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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