CPR Saves More Than 92,000 Lives Annually; Only 4 Percent of Americans Train Each Year
Deputy Steve Donaldson had just re-trained in CPR three weeks ago when he leaped into action, saving Shakira Nelson's 15-month-old son who was not breathing.
Sheriff's Deputy Helps Save 15-Month-Old Baby's Life
During a visit to the local DMV, Steve Donaldson sprung into action and administered CPR when a young child stopped breathing.
Singer-Songwriter Josh Groban Sings Holiday Classics
ABC News' Amna Nawaz shows us the spectacle inside the Grand Hyatt New York.
Shakira Explains Cancellations Due to Son's Illness
After announcing that she would not be attending the Latin Grammys and the American Music Awards this year for "personal matters," Shakira is opening up about her son Sasha's illness and how he's doing now. "Due to personal matters, I won't be able to travel to Las Vegas & LA to attend the
'DWTS' Season 23: Stars and Pro Partners Announced on 'GMA'
Find out which celebrities and pros are hitting the dance floor together for the new season of "Dancing With the Stars."
'DWTS' Season 23: Celebrity Cast Member Revealed Live on 'GMA'
"Dancing With the Stars" co-host Tom Bergeron is live in Times Square for the announcement of a celebrity cast member!
Reese Witherspoon Spills Secrets on Facebook Live
Time for "Pop news." Kicking off with a personal favorite of mine. Reese Witherspoon spilling big secrets on Facebook live. Some of our favorite things are her biggest inspiration is her mom. Her favorite actress is holly hunter. She's working on a project with Nicole kidman in Australia. She's
Virtual Reality and Exoskeleton Help Paraplegics Partially Recover, Study Finds
Virtual reality may mostly be used for gaming or entertainment, but researchers have discovered a stunning side-effect that suggests it may help restore feeling and movement in patients with seemingly irreversible spinal cord injuries, a new study shows. Researchers at Duke University were able to
Zika Outbreak Timeline: How Our Understanding of the Disease Has Changed
The Zika virus was first identified in 1947 and did not receive much attention from scientists until last year's outbreak in Brazil. Massive amounts of resources have now been dedicated to understanding and stopping the virus that has been linked to the birth defect microcephaly . Here's a rundown