Every so often, ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff feels a rock "emerge" from his
face “like a zit," he says. But it's not a pimple; it's a not-so-subtle
reminder of what he has been through over the past four years.
On Jan. 29, 2006, a mere 27 days after he was tapped to succeed Peter
Jennings as the co-anchor of ABC World News Tonight, Woodruff was nearly killed
when a roadside bomb struck his vehicle while on assignment near Taji,
The details of the attack are still murky, but an improvised...