The Legacy of Carrie Fisher as 'Star Wars' Actress, Writer
Fisher was born into Hollywood royalty, became a movie icon as Princess Leia and struggled with bipolar disorder and addiction.
Is There a Higher Risk of Heart Problems During the Holidays?
Dr. Jennifer Ashton appears on "GMA" to discuss why more people suffer from heart-related deaths at this time of year
Alan Thicke and Heart Health: Are There Hidden Risks for Men?
After the unexpected death of the actor from a heart attack, Dr. Richard Besser appears on "GMA" to discuss men's health issues.
Texas School Staffer Forced To Take Down 'Charlie Brown Christmas' Decorations
Not at Texas public school teacher was forced to remove a display. I'm Christmas display blindness. You know peanuts the peanuts ought apart in other peanuts and as I've seen. Along with the quality for unto you is born this day in the city of game and a savior which is Christ the lord. That's what
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman praises effectiveness of concussion spotter program
PALM BEACH, Florida - NHL commissioner Gary Bettman expects a review of the NHL's concussion spotter program at the next board meeting, during All-Star week in late January, but he praised the effectiveness of the program so far this season. He said he received no concerns from his ownership group
Will the Shipwrecks in Mallow's Bay be Preserved?
ABC News' Jennifer Hansler explores Mallow's Bay, one of the World's largest shipwrecks.
Lisa Colagrossi's Brain Aneurysm Story Helps Save Woman's Life
After WABC reporter Lisa Colagrossi's unexpected death from a brain aneurysm, her husband worked hard to share her story as a warning to others.
Late Reporter's Story Saves Woman With Brain Aneurysm
When Lisa Colagrossi, a reporter for WABC-TV in New York City, died last year of an undiagnosed brain aneurysm, her husband, Todd Crawford, vowed to turn his family’s loss into something that could save other lives. Crawford founded The Lisa Colagrossi Foundation , dedicated to teaching the signs
Nicholas Sparks on His 20th Book, 'Two by Two'
The author is live in Times Square discussing his new book and the anniversary of his classic, "The Notebook."
Moon Rocks and Asteroids at NASA's Johnson Space Center
ABC News' Gina Sunseri talks with planetary scientist Kevin Righter about asteroid missions and what we are still learning from moon rocks.