Asperger Syndrome News
Judge OKs Extradition of British Man on US Hacking Charges
A judge says a British man accused of hacking into U.S. government computer systems and stealing confidential information should be extradited to the United States to face trial
This Week in History: August 14-20
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
Father of Slain Queens Jogger Holds Press Conference
Phil Vetrano has started a GoFundMe page to raise funds for information leading to the arrest of his daughter Karina's murderer.
Man Brings New Meaning to the Idea of Being a Good Neighbor
A man and his son send surprise packages across the country to unsuspecting people.
Mom Shares Stranger's Kind Gesture After Son Has Unexpected Meltdown
A Washington mom, floored by an anonymous gesture, felt compelled to share the act on Facebook, after an unknown woman picked up her tab at a restaurant and left a sweet note behind. Nordberg, 35, said she often gets stares from strangers just as she did yesterday when her son Elliot, 6, who has
Jeb Bush: Hillary Clinton's Life Is About Her 'Personal Ambitions'
As Jeb Bush attempts his own ambitious feat -- holding a record-breaking four town halls in one day -- the Republican presidential candidate is slamming the ambitions of someone else: Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton . On his first stop of the day, a town hall at an American Legion Post, he
Florida Couple With Autism Marries in All-Autism Wedding Celebration
A Florida couple read their own vows during an all- autism wedding Saturday in an effort to raise awareness of love among people with spectrum disorders. "Abraham and I have a mission in life to change the world's view of autism," Anita Lesko of Pensacola, Florida, told ABC News. "We wanted to make
StoryCorps Launches 'The Great Thanksgiving Listen'
The organization has partnered with ABC News and others to launch its largest oral history project to date.
Tonys 2015: Recap and Winners List
"Fun Home" was right at home at the Tony Awards on Sunday night. The show won five awards at the annual celebration of Broadway's best in New York City, including best musical. It also earned Tonys for best book, best musical score, best lead actor in a musical for Michael Cerveris, and best
Louisiana Dad Looks to Raise Autism Awareness With Blue Nail Polish
Brian Batey, a 48-year-old engineer and father of two who grew up in rural Louisiana, isn't the kind of guy you would guess would be into painting his nails. But then again, if you were just judging based on his looks, you might not guess that he also has Tourette syndrome and Asperger syndrome.