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The hourlong broadcast includes insightful interviews with notable figures from the worlds of news, politics and entertainment, hosted by David Muir and Amy Robach. A revolving team of journalists from ABC News also contribute investigative stories.

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Why the United States was unprepared for COVID-19, how officials failed and missed the warning signs, and what the country needs to do next to return to normalcy after the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on families, communities and the economy.
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A look back at the life and legacy of TV pioneer Regis Philbin; Jimmy Kimmel's final television interview with Philbin from March 2020; interviews with Kelly Ripa, Kathie Lee Gifford, Mary Hart and childhood friends.
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In 2017, authorities reopen the investigation into the 1983 murder of a young Black man in Georgia, eventually charging two men, despite having no new DNA evidence to prompt the reopening.
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The life of disgraced mogul Lou Pearlman, including his role in one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in history, his blimp business, how he got involved in the boy band scene and how he led authorities on an international manhunt.
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A woman who was kidnapped as an infant by the serial killer who murdered her mother opens up about learning the truth about her identity when she was 15 years old.
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A woman's infatuation with a married man who didn't want to be a father possibly motivated her to shoot her three young children, seriously injuring two and killing one.
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New Hampshire teen Abby Hernandez talks about her 2013 abduction, captivity and abuse; also included is an interview with Lauren Munday, the woman who aided Hernandez's release.

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