CBS Evening News (September 5, 2006) - First Evening News Broadcast with Katie Couric
PRESIDENT BUSH INTERVIEW ON INTERROGATION INFORMATION AND TERROR SUSPECTS; IRAQ WAR. TALIBAN FORCES CONTROL LARGE PARTS OF GHAZNI PROVINCE,NATO GENERAL SAYS THE NEXT 3-6 MONTHS ARE CRITICAL IN FIGHT FOR AFGHANISTAN. PRES. BUSH SPEECH ON GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR - USES WORDS OF BIN LADEN, ZAWAHIRI, AND NASRALLAH TO MAKE HIS POINT; COMPARES THEM TO LENIN AND HITLER. THOMAS FRIEDMAN, NEW YORK TIMES COLUMNIST, INTV ON BUSH'S WAR ON TERROR. CHEVRON GROUP ANNOUNCES WHAT COULD BE LARGEST OIL FIND IN 40 YEARS. MOST OF THE COSTS FOR A GALLON OF GAS GO FOR DRILLING. FREE SPEECH: MORGAN SPURLOCK ON WHY U.S. ISN'T A NATION DIVIDED. SNAPSHOTS: FIRST PHOTOS OF TOM CRUISE/KATIE HOLMES BABY. ARTIST BEN SCHUMACHER AND FELLOW PAINTERS GIVE ORPHANS A PORTRAIT AS A KEEPSAKE AND A GLIMMER OF HOPE. FAMOUS NEWS ANCHORS SIGNATURE SIGN-OFFSThis product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
ABC News Primetime Grandparents Raising Grandchildren (The Outsiders)
According to the latest census figures, 6.7 million children in the United States are being raised by grandparents and other relatives. That's roughly one in 12 children, about 10 times the number of children in the U.S. foster care system. Despite these numbers, it's largely an epidemic hiding in plain sight. Meet two grandmothers in Delaware who invited ABC News into their homes, to follow their lives. Airdate: 2/27/2007
The next president of the United States will inherit vast foreign policy challenges-an overstretched military, frayed alliances, and wars on two fronts. FRONTLINE gives viewers a hard, inside look at the real policy choices the next president will face. The report features strategists and diplomats giving their best advice about how to correct past failures and how to shape a realistic foreign policy approach in the Middle East.
Out of the bedroom and into the headlines went the stories told by the "Framingham Eight." Eight battered women who fought back from domestic abuse and ended up in prison, claiming their actions were in self-defense. Together they challenged the system for the chance of a new life. Did the abuse they suffered in any way justify what they did? Did any of the women deserve a second chance? This is the story of the Framingham Eight. Correspondent: Meredith Viera Airdate: 7/20/1994
ABC News explores new research that shows people who get angry may be headed for trouble. Dr. Redford Williams, a professor of psychiatry at Duke University and author of 'Anger Kills', has been studying the problem and researching how to determine your level of hostility.Anchor: John StosselAirdate: 10/1/1993When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.