Marc Cohn, Elizabeth Vargas' husband, talks about the carjacking attempt in which he was shot in the head. Lynn Sherr profiles people who marry prisoners. Juju Chang examines the privacy issues involved in using electronic devices. Finally, John Stossel profiles parents who spy on their children.
Deborah Roberts reports on a dangerous new tends amoung teens, getting high by suffocation. Juju Chang profiles Lynda Carter, known best as the star of the series “Wonder Woman”. Finally, Bill Ritter interviews a young weightlifting prodegy.
Brian Ross reports on riptides along the Florida panhandle that have claimed dozens of lives. Also, a repeat of the August 2004 look at “kissing cousins”, a November 2004 report on twins who were born female but are now sister and brother after one of them changed genders.
The rituals of summer are in full swing. Bodies are tanner, blonds are suspiciously blonder, and the smell of barbecue is in the air. As you head out to the beach, are you worried more about sharks than sunburn? Do you wait half an hour after eating before you hit the water? You may want to rethink some of your summertime.
Here are a few of the summertime myths "20/20" puts to rest in "Summertime: Myths, Lies and Straight Talk."moreless
In smaller television markets, like Mason City, Iowa, news anchors are the most visible people in the entire community. The story of Jodi Huisentruit, a popular Mason City, Iowa, anchorwoman who vanished in June 27, 1995, is examined.
John Stossel continues his “Give Me a Break” series and explores warning labels. Jami Floyd examines hair-straightening products. Finally, John Stossel reports on a book about relationships that tells women “he's not that into you.”
The search for Natalee Holloway continues. Singer/song writer Alanis Morissette promotes her new album. Also the question "Does a birth disorder affect personality?" And Tutankhamen the former Egypian king's exibit.
Barbara Walters interviews aspiring singer Wafah Dufour, who is Osama bin Laden's niece. Elizabeth Vargas examines the theft of Maggie Rizer's fortune. Finally, John Stossel investigates SPCA animal rescues.
A look at popular myths about food and nutrition, including the merits of green tea, the difference margarine and butter, and the recommended daily consumption of water. Finally, a profile of the winner of “The Story of My Life,” a contest to find the next great American memoir.
Elizabeth Vargas reports on the lives of strippers in Las Vegas, San Francisco and Houston. John Stossel examines the U.S. military's “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” policy. Finally, Bill Ritter reports on the effectiveness of over-the-counter teeth whiteners.
Don Dahler reports on domestic violence. Juju Chang examines the newest diet craze. Barbara Walters interviews Rosie O'Donnell and her partner, Kelli. Finally, John Stossel looks at a company's controversial smoking policy.
A report on the daily grinds of real-life desperate housewives. Included are women who complain about their lazy husbands and yell at children routinely, as well as swinging couples. John Stossel reports from the set of ABC's Desperate Housewives.
Bill Ritter profiles the “world's strongest boy”, a 12-year-old weightlifter. Brian Ross reports on the deaths of civilian contractors in Fallujah in 2004. Finally, John Stossel takes a look at modern art.
U.S. Army reservist Sabrina Harman, one of seven military-police guards charged with mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners, is interviewed by Elizabeth Vargas. Don Dahler interviews LaToya Jackson about her famous brother Michael and her new album, “Starting Over.”
Jim Avila reports on fake jewelry. Brian Ross investigates companies sponsoring trips for law-enforcement agencies. Juju Chang reports on privacy issues with electronic devices. Finally, John Stossel comments on the freedom of speech.
Elizabeth Vargas investigates cases of sexual abuse in Amish communities. John Stossel interviews author Michael Crichton, author of the new book “State of Fear”. Brian Ross continues his investigation of tax fraud.
Elizabeth Vargas interviews Fantasia Barrino, who won the third season of American Idol. Brian Ross investigates fundraising scandals in entertainment and politics. John Stossel reports on real-life cases of wife-swapping.
Elizabeth Vargas takes over as new co-anchor, and talks with Yusuf Islam, formerly known as Cat Stevens, about his recent detention by U.S. officials. Brian Ross interviews Sharon Bush, ex-wife of the President's brother Neil.
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