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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
The Latest: NTSB says Benadryl impaired balloon operator
Investigators say the pilot of a Texas hot air balloon that crashed and killed 16 people flew with enough Benadryl in his system to have the equivalent blood-alcohol level of a drunken driver
Prosecutor: Bill Cosby's retrial to be delayed
Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele told reporters Monday after a pretrial hearing that the sexual assault retrial involving famed comedian Bill Cosby will be delayed at the defense's request. It had been scheduled to begin in November. "We're ready to proceed, as we told you before.
New study reveals a striking increase in serious allergy cases
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses what to know about the new research, which found that severe allergic reaction cases have increased by nearly five times over the past decade.
Severe food allergy cases skyrocketed over the past decade, study finds
The number of health insurance claims documenting severe allergic reactions to food has skyrocketed nearly 400 percent over the past decade, according to a study released Tuesday by the nonprofit healthcare organization FAIR Health. The researchers analyzed private insurance claim lines involving
Urgent warning for parents regarding antihistamines
New reports say giving children antihistamines to help them fall asleep can cause illness and even death from overdoses.
Bill Cosby's retrial expected to begin on Nov. 6
Bill Cosby will be re-tried in Norristown, Pennsylvania, for alleged sexual assault beginning on Nov. 6, according to paperwork obtained by ABC News. Judge Steven O'Neill, who oversaw the first trial, also ordered attorneys to submit jury selection questions and instructions no later than Oct. 30.
Juror describes tears, frustration of grueling 52-hour Cosby sexual assault trial deliberations
A juror in the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial described how several people broke down in tears in the deliberation room as the jury struggled in vain to reach a consensus. "The most intense moment I think was when there was about four people crying in the room. One was out in the hallway pacing,
2 Cosby holdouts prevented guilty verdict, juror says
In an exclusive interview with ABC News, a juror in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case said that after dozens of hours of grueling deliberations in a tiny room, 10 of the 12 jurors agreed he was guilty on two counts. On a third count, only one of the jurors believed he was guilty. The final,
Jurors' names in Bill Cosby trial will be released
The judge in the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial has ordered the release of the names of the jurors who were deadlocked over the case. Judge Steven O'Neill, who presided over the Cosby trial, ruled today that the names of the jurors will be released publicly with the condition that they "not