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In 1986, the program featured interviews with the Philippines' first female president, Corazon Aquino, and outgoing president Ferdinand Marcos, the latter of which tried to defend the extravagant lifestyle (including the extensive shoe collection) of his wife Imelda during the country's economic hardship.
In an interview with Nightline in 1987, Colorado Democratic senator and 1988 presidential candidate Gary Hart admitted to having cheated on his wife, Lee Ludwig, with Donna Rice, in the aftermath of an exposé in the Miami Herald that revealed the affair, leading to his withdrawal from the presidential election.
At that time, the show was called The Iran Crisis–America Held Hostage: Day "xxx", where xxx represented the number of days that Iranians held the occupants of the U. Shortly after its creation, Reynolds stopped hosting the program.
Ted Koppel, then ABC News's State Department Correspondent, took on the hosting duties.
Through a video-sharing agreement with the BBC, Nightline repackages some of the BBC's output for an American audience.Most other similar shows only air once a week, though usually in a prime time slot for a full hour.Nightline is usually less sensationalistic than the weekly news magazines (which often emphasize soft news programming, stories of such type – such as pop culture-related stories – Nightline has incorporated to a moderate degree following Koppel's departure), though the program has caused controversy on occasion. In 1984, the program featured an interview with Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger, marking his first live television appearance.In November 1992, science reporter Michael Guillen did the first live broadcast from Antarctica.There were times when a major breaking news story occurred as late as p.m.