NTSB: Balloon crash pilot was as impaired as a drunk driver
Federal investigators say the pilot in a Texas hot air balloon crash that killed 16 people took off with opioids and sedatives in his system that likely contributed to ignored weather warnings and flying into a power line
Judge rules Kentucky county liable for handcuffed children
A federal judge says it was unreasonable for a Kentucky sheriff's deputy to handcuff two unruly elementary school students and has ruled the county government is liable for the officer's conduct
What parents should know about sleep apnea in children
Medical experts are warning parents that if you hear your young son or daughter snoring, it could potentially be a sign that the child is suffering from sleep apnea . "It should raise a flag," Dr. Sydney Butts, an ear, nose and throat doctor in New York City told ABC News of snoring in children.
Bills' Marcell Dareus sent home from Baltimore after violating team rule
Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus was sent home Saturday before the Bills' preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens for violating an unspecified team rule, the team confirmed. It is unclear whether Dareus would have played in the game had he not violated the team rule. Dareus was
Photographer turns kids with disabilities, diseases into Justice League superheroes
Photographer Josh Rossi transformed children living with diseases and disabilities into Justice League superheroes in order to “make their weaknesses become strength[es] ,” he told ABC News . “The idea was to showcase their inner strength in a way that would bring a smile to their faces as well as
Do You Really Still Hate Ryan Lochte?
Ryan Lochte ranks No. 67 in the ESPN World Fame 100. This story about him appears in ESPN The Magazine's June 12 World Fame Issue. Subscribe today! When Ryan Lochte enters Nail Paradise in Beverly Hills, the aestheticians rush him like pigeons to a loaf of bread. In no time his feet are soaking in
2 teachers dismissed after student with ADHD receives award for 'Most Likely to Not Pay Attention'
Two Atlanta-area middle school teachers have been dismissed of their duties after an eighth-grader with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder received the "Most Likely to Not Pay Attention" award earlier this week at a school assembly. Nicole Edwards' 14-year-old daughter received the award as
Resources for parents, loved ones wanting to break extreme electronics usage habits
Following our year-long ABC News “20/20” report on American families dealing with the devastating effects of excessive use of technology, we wanted to provide our viewers with resources for more information, support and how to help others. - American Psychological Association has a column, titled
How this teen fell into a world of secret sexting, alcohol and drugs
Name a social media app, and 12-year-old Brooke was probably on it. “FaceTime, Snapchat, Instagram , Twitter, Tumblr, Vine, Kik,” Brooke, now 15, told ABC News’ “20/20.” The California teen got her first taste of social media at a friend’s house at age 11, and then shortly before her 12th birthday,