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Nightline #982342

ABC Special for Wednesday, Dec 15, 2010

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  • Taped segment with Ryan Owens (ABC), gunman Clay Duke, school board member Ginger Littleton‡, school superintendent Bill Husfelt, Panama City Deputy Police Chief Robert Colbert, and Duke’s widow Rebecca Duke re: events surrounding Littleton’s attempt to stop Clay Duke from shooting other board members at a school board meeting in Panama City, Florida.
  • Taped segment with Andrea Canning (ABC), author Tim Ferriss, former NASA scientist Ray Cronise, and unidentified others re: Ferriss’s book “The 4-Hour Body,” which advocates exposing yourself to cold temperatures in order to lose weight.
  • Taped segment with Robin Roberts (ABC) and entertainer Barbra Streisand re: Streisand’s life and career.
  • A brief Closing Arguments segment with Cynthia McFadden (ABC) re: President Barack Obama’s efforts to create jobs for the US economy.
  • Reporter(s):
    Owens, Ryan;
    Canning, Andrea;
    Roberts, Robin

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