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Dr. Oz updates us on Jayme Closs’s case. How did ordinary citizens help her escape? Crime correspondent Melissa Moore describes what happened that fateful day, and attorney Jesse Weber tells us why an early guilty plea like Jake Patterson’s is rare.
Attorney and TV host Jesse Weber gives his thoughts on Jake Patterson’s sentencing, and his efforts to get some leniency from the judge — is this possible? And crime correspondent Melissa Moore shares Jayme Closs’s sweet reunion with her family.
Former talk show host, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, speaks about the importance of positive reinforcement, and shares a method she uses for herself and her kids. Find out why she’s actually thankful to be a celiac — and for so many other things.
Former talk show host, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, opens up about hitting a low point in her life after pushing herself too far, and shares how she bounced back by surrendering to her faith. Find out how her experience on “The View” changed her.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck discusses her mentor, the legendary Barbara Walters, her friendship with Whoopi Goldberg, and getting fired from “The View.” She felt knocked down by that loss, but now gives advice for others in a difficult time of transition.
Daphne Oz shows how she makes the Oz family’s famous stuffed artichoke recipe, which was passed down from her grandfather. Learn Daphne’s tips and tricks for serving up the perfectly roasted stuffed artichokes.
Food director at Bon Appétit, Carla Lalli Music, dishes on how to make restaurant-level butter-basted steak, and shows us the method she uses to achieve even cooking. See the clever way she renders the fat out of the steak.
Carla Lalli Music knows her steak! Find out what she does with the excess rendered fat during cooking, and how she butter bastes her meat for a decadent finish. Then, she shares why a punchy fennel salad pairs perfectly with the fatty, juicy steak.
Guest Sophie opens up about her fear of change, and asks Elisabeth Hasselbeck how she has managed her career while being a mother. Hasselbeck shares that she believes that God wants you to pursue your passions, and tells why it can help to surrendor.
We were given exclusive access in the courtroom when David and Louise Turpin received their life sentence.