Some big changes are underway at ABC News with new roles for Diane Sawyer, David Muir and George Stephanopoulos.
In her first interview since suffering a head injury in the Arizona shooting last January, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords will appear on ABC with Diane Sawyer, set to air Monday.
Gabrielle and her husband, retired astronaut Mark Kelly, recount the last 10 months of Giffords' recovery, with the Congresswoman telling Diane it was "difficult."
Kidnap survivor Jaycee Dugard's interview with ABC News anchor Diane Sawyer Sunday was one of the most watched programs on the network, bringing in 14.8 million viewers. The 31-year-old survivor talked about her 18-year ordeal of abuse and torture at the hands of Nancy and Phillip Garrido.
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When asked why she never tried to escape with her two daughters, Jaycee explained, "I've asked myself that question... the mind manipulation, plus the physical abuse I suffered in the beginning, there was no leaving. I was being told the outside world was dangerous."
In an exclusive interview with ABC News host Diane Sawyer, kidnap survivor Jaycee Dugard talks about how giving birth to her first daughter, locked up and alone, gave her a purpose.
"I was still locked up at that time, and I was scared," Dugard, who was 14 at the time, told Sawyer. "It was very painful, but then I saw her. She was beautiful."
The 31-year-old continued, "I felt like I wasn't alone anymore, I had somebody that was mine and I knew I could never let anything happen to her. I didn't know how I was going to do that, but I did."
Jaycee Dugard, the kidnapped little girl who spent 18 years being held captive by Nancy and Phillip Garrido, is finally breaking her silence after being rescued two years ago.
Dugard chose to tell her story in a new memoir, "A Stolen Life," and in conversation with ABC News host Diane Sawyer, to air this Sunday.
"Now I can walk in the next room and see my mom," Dugard told Sawyer about the simply joys of her freedom. "Wow. I can decide to jump in the car and go to the beach with the girls. Wow, it's unbelievable, truly."
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Dugard, now 31, lives with her mother and the two daughters she gave birth to while being locked up in the Garrido's backyard -- also reveals for the first time what happened the day she was kidnapped.
Network anchors Katie Couric, Diane Sawyer and Brian Williams are set to host the "Stand Up to Cancer" telecast in an effort to raise awareness -- and more importantly, money -- for cancer research.
The hour-long show will be simulcast commercial-free on September 10 at 8:00 PM (ET/PT) by CBS, ABC and NBC and other cable networks, including HBO, Discovery Health, E!, MLB Network and The Style Network.
Betty White's fans want her to host "Saturday Night Live" -- and she has no idea why!
The 88-year-old comedy vet is just hotter than hot right now, with her SAG Lifetime Achievement Award and hilarious Super Bowl Snickers commercial -- and there's a Facebook movement of nearly 400,000 fans who are calling for her to host the sketch show.
Frankly, Betty is surprised at all the attention and a little confused about the workings of the Internet, HuffingtonPost.com reports she told Diane Sawyer during a phone call.
"Where did that come from?," White asked. "I had no idea. I don't understand any of that stuff. It came out of left field... It's been one of those ridiculous periods in time that you might hope when you're in your 30s, but not when you're in your 80s!"
Regardless, if "SNL" creator Lorne Michaels asks, she might be up for it, including a little dancing, if it works out. The decision would be up to him, she said -- but there will be no nudity.
"No nudity! I'm going to point that out ahead of time, no nudity," she joked with Sawyer.