In this edition of Perspective...
OJ Simpson Takes the Stand
OJ Simpson is best known for his successful football career and his headline-grabbing 1995 murder case. But this week he was back in the public eye after spending the last five years behind bars. Simpson was found guilty of armed robbery in 2008 and sentenced to up to 33 years in prison. Now he's trying to convince a judge in Las Vegas that he deserves a new trial. More from ABC's Neal Karlinsky.
This week Angelina Jolie went public about her effort to combat breast cancer. The movie star wrote an op-ed piece in the New York Times, revealing she underwent a double mastectomy to lower her probability of contracting the disease. ABC's Cynthia McFadden has the details.
What's Your Klout Score?
Some would argue that online popularity is measured in likes and retweets. But does your social media footprint have the power to influence others? The founder of Klout.com says it does and your influence can be measured using a number between one and 100. Here's ABC's Bill Weir.
In the moments when they're fighting for survival, some people have reported an overwhelming sense of calm piercing through the panic. It's repeatedly described as a spiritual or divine experience, but is it other-worldly or a synapse in the brain? ABC's Jay Schadler (shade - ler) reports on the work of so-called guardian angels.
Duck Dynasty is the most-watched series on A&E, and it's back for a third season. Since the show's premiere, the Robertsons have become America's favorite big-bearded, camo-clad family. Despite their modest beginnings, they've made a fortune on duck calls by turning a backyard business into a multi-million dollar sporting empire. Here's ABC's Matt Gutman.
Danica Patrick has become a household name as the only female racer in the world of Nascar ... a sport known for daredevil drivers competing at dangerous speeds. But Patrick has also faced a wave of criticism from those who say she's just a pretty face. ABC's Julie Foudy explains.
Barbara Walters Announces Retirement
This week Barbara Walters announced she will retire from television in 20-14. She was the first woman on a network evening news program and became well-known for her interviews with newsmakers from all walks of life. More from ABC's David Muir.
Host: Cheri Preston
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