10 Questions for Bob Woodruff

He nearly died in Iraq. On April 30, after grueling rehab, the abc newsman and former anchor will report from overseas, in Cuba, for the first time since he was attacked. Bob Woodruff will now take your questions

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ABC television journalist Bob Woodruff.

Do you still believe that reporters should potentially give up their life for a story?

Joe Maugeri, BERWYN, PA.

This is always a decision to be made by reporters. I will never say one way or another that yes, you should go, or no, you should not go. The families of those in the military want reports coming out of Iraq. I think that it is something reporters and journalists need to do.

Many people feel they have a duty to tell the real story about the war. Is your turn over?


I have a wife who...

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