Former Football Players Advocate for Medical Marijuana Use
ABC News' Stevland Wilson interviews former football players Charlie Adams and Nate Jackson about their support for Charlotte's Web, a strain of cannabis used for a variety of medical purposes.
Klay Thompson dares you to underestimate him
During a timeout with 4:54 left in the second quarter of Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals and the Thunder leading Golden State by 11, Luke Walton sensed the Warriors' dream season had reached its moment of truth -- that someone had to deliver an uncomfortable message. Walton shouted into the
Muhammad Ali's Daughter Laila on His Life and Legacy
In an interview for "Good Morning America" on her father's last moments and legacy, Laila Ali told Robin Roberts that she felt "comfort" in knowing her father is at peace.
Investing in the Habits of Old and Young
For decades, investors have been focused on companies that market intensively to the baby boom generation – people born in the nearly two decades after World War II. This kind of demographic investing, as it’s called, has become ingrained in the DNA of American markets. Just Google “baby boomer
Intel CEO Says Reports of the Death of Moore's Law Have Been Greatly Exaggerated
Even though Intel is shifting from being a PC company to "a company that powers the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices," CEO Brian Krzanich said he still believes Moore's Law, the rule that predicts explosive growth in computer power, will continue to hold true. In 1965,
When athletes are left to their own digital-dating devices
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's May 9 Fame Issue. Subscribe today! ADVISORY: THIS STORY CONTAINS MATURE CONTENT THE SINGLE MAN with the sexy job is stuck. For starters, he is fairly thick, just large enough to have not seen his Adam's apple since never, and to have not enjoyed a ton of
Intel's Job Cuts Reflect Further Decline in PC Market, But Not Its Death
While more people turn to their smartphones or tablets, Intel is putting less manpower into its personal computer business, but not eliminating it. Intel's PC sales were weaker than expected in its first quarter, fueling an 11 percent reduction in its workforce, the company said during its first
Intel to Eliminate 12,000 Jobs Globally
The company's shift is in response to the drop in sales of personal computers.
'10% Happier with Dan Harris' and New York Times' David Gelles
Gelles sat down with ABC News' Dan Harris for his livestream podcast show to bring a critical eye to "Mindfulness, Inc."