In this edition of Perspective...
French Alps Plane Crash
This past Tuesday, a Germanwings plane flying from Barcelona to Dusseldorf, Germany crashed in the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board, including three Americans. A few days after the crash - a stunning finding - with investigators saying the co-pilot deliberately set the plane on a downward course after the pilot was locked out of the cockpit. ABC's David Kerley has more:
Angelina Jolie's Second Surgery
It's been less than two years since Angelina Jolie underwent a double mastectomy to reduce her chances of developing cancer. Now, the actress and humanitarian is opening up about her choice to undergo another preventative operation. ABC's Cecilia Vega has the details:
Cyberbullying & Teens
Cyberbullying is a growing problem for teenagers who spend a lot of their free time on social media - they're finding it hard to escape from the bullies even when they're not at school. Monica Lewinski - who considers herself one of the first cyberbullying victims - is even taking up the cause. Here's ABC's Ryan Smith:
Swimming With Sperm Whales
Sperm whales are some of the largest creatures on this planet, but there's still a lot we don't know about them. For instance, those signals they send through a series of audible clicks…just who are they trying to reach? ABC's Matt Gutman went to find out:
Daring Travel Hacks
He's the travel pro who some say is more con man than cost conscious. His hacks are daring - but if you have the confidence to pull them off, you could save yourself a ton of money. ABC's David Wright explains:
Al Pacino Still Going Strong
You probably know his classic roles in movies like Scarface and The Godfather, but did you know Al Pacino was actually rejected from the first acting school he applied to? Things have worked out just fine for the 74-year-old, but he tells ABC's Byron Pitts he still considers himself a "survivor:"
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