Stress Tests News
Dramatic Video Shows Police Officer Saving Man Attempting to Jump Off Bridge
The New Jersey officer tackled the man who was preparing to jump off Route 287.
Nation's Largest Banks All Pass Fed's 'Stress Tests'
The Federal Reserve says the U.S.'s largest financial banks have enough capital withstand the turmoil of a major U.S. and global recession
Yellen Faces GOP Criticism Over Weak Economic Growth
Yellen faces barrage of criticism from House Republicans over weak economic growth
New Cases of Possible Hepatitis Exposure at Heart Clinic
More cases involving patients possibly exposed to hepatitis at a heart clinic in West Virginia have emerged
Drag-racing legend Shirley Muldowney diagnosed with lung cancer
Famed drag racer Shirley Muldowney has been diagnosed with lung cancer and will have her right lung removed Wednesday. The 75-year-old Muldowney, who started racing in the 1950s and won three NHRA top fuel championships from 1977 to 1982, has a Stage 2 tumor in her right lung, according to a news
Mike Krzyzewski has 'every intention' to coach U.S. in Rio
USA Basketball chairman Jerry Colangelo and Duke Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski stressed Thursday night that they fully expect Krzyzewski to coach at the Rio Olympics this summer despite recent speculation to the contrary. In a statement, Colangelo said: "I'd like to clarify comments I made
Mike Krzyzewski misses win against Georgia Tech with illness
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski did not coach in the team's 80-71 win over Georgia Tech on Tuesday night. Krzyzewski attended practice on Monday, but wasn't feeling well at dinner and began to feel worse when the team arrived at the airport to leave for Atlanta, a source close to the situation told
What Happens to Our Brains When We Get Scared
ABC's Nick Watt braved the ScareHouse, a Halloween attraction in Pittsburgh, for a series of stress tests.
Could Getting Scared Be Good for You?
All right, we're back now with the science of fear. Could getting scared be good for you? To find out our nick watt braved a chilling visit with a couple of researchers including the author of the new book called "Scream." Aaagh! Reporter: Why, oh, why, do we do this to ourselves? The answer might