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ABC's Bob Woodruff Writes of Iraq Injury Recovery

ABC news correspondent and former anchor Bob Woodruff was nearly killed by a roadside bomb on Jan. 29, 2006, in Iraq. He suffered a severe brain injury and was in a coma for more than a month. He and his wife, Lee, have written a new memoir about his recovery.

ABC's Bob Woodruff Writes of Iraq Injury Recovery

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Director Marc Lawrence on 'Music and Lyrics'

Film director Marc Lawrence wrote and directed the new film Music and Lyrics, starring Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore. He also directed the film Two Weeks' Notice and co-wrote and produced the comedy Miss Congeniality.

Director Marc Lawrence on 'Music and Lyrics'

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Seymour Hersh on U.S. Policy Toward Iran

Investigative journalist Seymour Hersh's latest article is about the administration's efforts to undermine Iran. The article appearing in The New Yorker is titled "The Redirection: Is the Administration's New Policy Benefiting our Enemies in the War on Terror?"

Seymour Hersh on U.S. Policy Toward Iran

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Ishmael Beah's 'Memoirs of a Boy Soldier'

Ishmael Beah has written a memoir about his years as a child soldier in Sierra Leone. Orphaned by the civil war there, he was carrying an AK-47 by the age of 12. Pumped up by drugs, he was forced to kill or be killed.

Ishmael Beah's 'Memoirs of a Boy Soldier'

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Music Articles

New Orleans Trumpeter Irvin Mayfield on Mardi Gras

Jazz trumpeter and New Orleans native Irvin Mayfield lost his father, Irvin Mayfield Sr., in the floods resulting from Hurricane Katrina. Mayfield talks about his Mardi Gras memories and his hometown today.

New Orleans Trumpeter Irvin Mayfield on Mardi Gras

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Writer Allen Shawn on Living with Phobias

Composer and writer Allen Shawn is the author of the new memoir, Wish I Could Be There. The book documents his many phobias. Shawn is deathly afraid of a lot of things, including heights, water, fields, parking lots and unknown streets.

Writer Allen Shawn on Living with Phobias

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Clint Eastwood's Twice-Told Iwo Jima Stories

Actor and director Clint Eastwood's most recent films, Letters from Iwo Jima and Flags of Our Fathers, examine the World War II battle for the island of Iwo Jima from competing perspectives. (This interview was first broadcast on Jan. 10, 2007.)

Clint Eastwood's Twice-Told Iwo Jima Stories

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It's Still a 'Super' Time for Ben Affleck

Ben Affleck's role in Hollywoodland (as the ill-fated Superman star George Reeves) has made it to DVD. Affleck also wrote the screenplay for the upcoming film Gone, Baby, Gone, based on the novel by Dennis Lehane. (This interview was first broadcast on Sept. 25, 2006.)

It's Still a 'Super' Time for Ben Affleck

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