Rachel Martin

Imagine having one of the worst days of your professional life play out in front of 5 million people.

ABC News anchor Dan Harris doesn't have to. In 2004, he had a panic attack on live TV after years of working in war zones and using drugs to cope with the stress. But that mortifying moment led him to take up meditation.

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And we start with new developments concerning how the Russia investigation began.

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It is day six of anti-government protests in Iran, and the death toll there is rising.

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UNIDENTIFIED PROTESTERS: (Chanting in foreign language).

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We begin this morning with North Korea...

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...Where Kim Jong Un began the new year with a speech broadcast on national television.

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SUPREME LEADER KIM JONG UN: (Speaking Korean).

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