This American Life

Peter Jennings, the longtime ABC News anchorman born in Canada, wound up living the American dream and dying with an estate worth in excess of $50 million, according to the probate petition filed late September with the New York County Surrogate's Court. His last will and testament also shows that his American life included ex-wives and an acquired savviness about prenuptial agreements. Jennings was

Peter Jennings, the longtime ABC News anchorman born in Canada, wound up living the American dream — and dying with an estate worth in excess of $50 million, according to the probate petition filed late September with the New York County Surrogate's Court. His last will and testament also shows that his American life included ex-wives and an acquired savviness about prenuptial agreements.

Jennings was born in Toronto but became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2003. He died on Aug. 7 at

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