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Openly Gay NFL Prospect
One college football player is attempting to go where no openly gay man has gone before -- an N-F-L locker room.  Michael Sam is an All-American defensive lineman at the University of Missouri and Southeast Conference co-defensive player of the year

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ABC Perspective [AUDIO]

Fitness, Obesity, Jobs and the Academy Awards on this weeks ABC Perspective

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Governor Chris Christie’s Mess [AUDIO]

A look at the top stories from the week on ABC Perspective

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Top News Stories of 2013 [AUDIO]

A look back at the news that shaped 2013 with ABC Perspective.

Pope Benedict announced he would step down.  Two bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.  For a decade, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight lived in captivity

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Hurricane Sandy Hits New England

President Obama Speaks to Fusion [AUDIO]

Super storm Sandy, One Year Later

It's been one year since Hurricane Sandy made landfall. Forecasters said the storm would be one of the worst in generations, and it lived up to the billing. Here in some of the hardest-hit areas people are still picking up the pieces

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ABC Perspective-Suspicion [AUDIO]

One mother's search for answers.

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Back To Work, For Now [AUDIO]

And End to the Shutdown. . .After a 16-day government shutdown, with the country coming dangerously close to hitting the debt ceiling, Congressional leaders reached an agreement to fund the government through January 15th and extend the debt limit until February 7th

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Top News Stories Of The Week [AUDIO]

Chaos at the Capitol. . .
On Thursday afternoon, Miriam Carey, a 34-year old dental hygienist, drove her car into barricades at the White House before leading police on a chase to Capitol Hill, where she was shot and killed.

Going Pink.

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This Week’s Top Stories [AUDIO]

Kenya mall bombing update, a new Jesus of Nazareth book and bank overdrafts.

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One Year Ago In Libya [AUDIO]

This Wednesday will mark one year since the attack on the U-S consulate in Libya that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.  Fred Burton and Sam Katz are two counter-terrorism experts who have written a new book called "Under Fire: The Untold Story of the Attack in Benghazi

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