The ABC News correspondent, injured in Iraq in January 2006, talks about the divide between the civilian world and the military world.
Bob Woodruff joins HuffPost Live and talks with Caroline about his war injury.
ABC News reporter Bob Woodruff started a foundation for wounded veterans with his wife Lee after being injured by a roadside bomb in Iraq. They join us to discuss the foundation's event Stand Up For Heroes.
Lee Woodruff joins HuffPost Live and talks about how her husband's head injury transformed her life.
Even after surviving a bomb attack in Iraq, Bob Woodruff still looks more handsome than Jon.
According to Bob Woodruff, the real hero at the Stand-Up for Heroes was Kurt Metzger.
A Romney campaign ad implicates the Italians, John Oliver searches for election donors, and Bob Woodruff shares the lineup for the "Stand Up For Heroes" fundraiser.
Bob Woodruff lays out the worst-case scenario for the future of civilization in "Earth 2100."
Bob Woodruff explains the economic challenges faced by returning veterans, and addresses the enduring stigma of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Author Bob Woodward playfully ribs the 'Starting Point' team after a picture of ABC's Bob Woodruff was accidentally used.
Opening with the national anthems of North Korea and the United States, The New York Philharmonic performs in the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre, with coverage by Bob Woodruff of ABC, which has had rare access inside the closed society of the DPRK, where contact with the outside world is completely forbidden to citizens. The New York Philharmonic visit marks the first by American artists there.
ABC's Bob Woodruff and Marcia Clark tell Anderson Cooper about bizarre behavior in the John Edwards trial courtroom.
Randi Kaye talks to comedian Jim Gaffigan about his comedy special that benefits the Bob Woodruff foundation.
'Cuddlers,' like retired professor Bob Woodruff, help nurture newborns suffering from drug withdrawal.
ABC News' Bob Woodruff looks back at his 2008 interview with John Edwards and how the case is unfolding in court.
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