"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel talks about preparing for cyber attacks on U.S. power grids.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel explains how America's power grids are vulnerable to cyber attacks.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel recalls a "Nightline" special on South Africa's history of apartheid.
Andrew Natsios says the rebuilding of Iraq will cost American taxpayers $1.7 billion.
Ted Koppel talks about America's debt to China.
Stephen likes the "three strikes you're out" method, but thinks there's a better sports metaphor.
Ted Koppel is stunned that Jon is actually listening to him as he relates appalling prison statistics.
The giant head of Ted Koppel confirms that Jon does indeed suck.
The giant head of Ted Koppel checks to see if Jon did the required reading.
It's been two days since the Scooter Libby verdict and the judge still hasn't apologized.
Ted Koppel thinks Stephen is a breath of fresh air and a ray of sunshine.
Jon asks Ted Koppel what we didn't get about Iran the first time he ran a special on it -- 25 years ago.
Stephen celebrates his 100th show by dropping the best balloons there are.
Stephen asks Steve Kroft what it's like to be the young guy at "60 Minutes."
Jon describes the long-standing relationship between music and the news.
Kellenberg Memorial High School attempts to curb financial decadence by cancelling prom.
President George W. Bush hits it out of the park.
Ted Koppel shows up drunk at five o' clock and does whatever they tell him to do.
ABC preempts Ted Koppel's reading of war dead with an episode of "Dharma and Greg."
Rob Corddry believes "Nightline" should read the names of the soldiers who are still alive.