17 Headline-Making Moments on The Oprah Show
Read what happened when The Oprah Show returned to Forsyth County in 2010
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Over the years, Oprah has revisited the story several times with key players in the trial, including the prosecutor Christopher Darden and the LAPD detective on the case, Mark Fuhrman.
Watch Oprah reveal to Mark her dream of interviewing O.J., and what she wishes he'd tell her
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Read what happened when Oprah followed up with survivors of the attack in 2009
The world mourned when John and Carolyn died in a plane crash over the Atlantic in 1999. In November 2010, on what would have been John's 50th birthday, Oprah looked back at her interview and remembered America's prince.
Oprah says her friendships with Celine Dion, Halle Berry and John Travolta strengthened during the trial, which she won. "That trial was one of the most significant life-changing moments," Oprah says.
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Oprah has revisited the aftermath of 9/11 several times, from speaking with the children of victims of 9/11 in 2007 to asking former president George W. Bush about his reaction to the attacks.
Just weeks later, Nate told his harrowing story. "I climbed back up on the post and I thought to myself, 'I am going to die if I don't get on top [of the roof],' and somehow I was able by just squeezing the side of the rooftop to pull my whole body on top of it," Nate said. "On the rooftop, I just started calling out for Fernando and looking all around and just was expecting for him to say, 'I'm here' or 'I'm hurt' or 'I'm in this tree.'"
In 2006, Oprah fulfilled a promise to some Katrina and Rita survivors with the opening of Angel Lane in Houston.
Throughout the two-year campaign season, Oprah vowed not to use her show as a platform. "I kept my mouth shut and supported Barack Obama as a private citizen," she said. "Today, though, the election is over—and I'm unleashed!"
A year later, Oprah sat down with Rielle Hunter—John Edwards' "other woman"—for a candid one-on-one interview
"I went to sleep one night in a nice home with a loving family and basically awakened in an emergency room naked on a gurney with no clothes, no family, no home," Dr. Petit told Oprah. "Everything was gone."