ABC Special for Wednesday, Jun 01, 2011
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An update by Terry Moran (ABC) and Sharyn Alfonsi (ABC) re: the tornadoes earlier today in Massachusetts, including a taped excerpt of a statement by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick.
Taped segment with Jonathan Karl (ABC), Rep. Anthony Weiner, “The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, and unidentified others re: Rep. Weiner’s responses to questions about a lewd picture sent from his Twitter account.
Taped segment with Dan Harris (ABC), cell phone users Steve and Elizabeth Howard ‡, radiation expert Michael Edward Knox of New York University Polytechnic Institute, and American Cancer Society Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr. Len Lichtenfeld re: the World Health Organization’s warning that radiation emitted from cell phones may cause cancer.
Taped segment with Yunji de Nies (ABC), University of Maryland Entomology Professor Dr. Michael J Raupp, and others re: problems caused by the proliferation of jellyfish in various parts of the world.
- Alfonsi, Sharyn;
- Karl, Jonathan;
- Harris, Dan;
- de Nies, Yunji
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