Time delayed viewing shows how 'The Good Doctor' is a hit
ABC's new drama 'The Good Doctor' is an out-of-the-box hit this television season
A nursing home's high school teaches lessons on life
A tiny public high school in New York has endured after more than two decades in a curious location: a nursing home
Book excerpt: Charlie Sykes' 'How the Right Lost its Mind'
Excerpted from HOW THE RIGHT LOST ITS MIND by Charles J. Sykes. Copyright © 2017 by the author and reprinted with permission of St. Martin's Press, LLC. Chapter 3 The Attack on the Conservative Mind A M O N G T H E M A N Y I R O N I E S of the conservative implosion was how the Right became what it
South American Biennale seeks to change the rules of art
The South American biennale or Bienalsur that is now based in Buenos Aires seeks to break the mold by bringing contemporary art to new audiences and allowing artists to experiment freely
Barber goes above the call of duty to ensure child with autism gets amazing haircut
When a 6-year-old boy with autism kept being refused by barbers, one Canadian stylist welcomed him with open clippers. Wyatt Lafreniere's mother Fauve told ABC News that her son was diagnosed with autism at 2 years old. Since then, it's been hard for the boy to get his hair cut due to his
Man guilty in torture death of girlfriend's son gets prison
A man convicted of torturing his girlfriend's son by forcing him to take ice baths, wrapping his head in duct tape and rubbing cayenne pepper into his eyes has been sentenced to 65 years in prison for his murder
Hurricane mauled PR's renowned Monkey Island research center
As troops and government workers struggle to restore normal life to storm-torn Puerto Rico, scientists are racing to save more than 1,000 monkeys whose brains may contain clues to some of the most important mysteries of the human mind
How amusement parks are welcoming children with autism
A growing number of amusement parks are creating spaces that are friendly for children with autism.
Mom says she could face jail time for not vaccinating her son
Rebecca Bredow, of Michigan, told ABC News she would "absolutely" rather go to jail than vaccinate her child after claiming a judge in a custody case has ordered her to vaccinate her 9-year-old son or face possible jail time.
New video shows destruction near Raqqa after coalition strikes
Airstrikes near Raqqa, Syria, in March killed at least 84 civilians, including 30 children, said Human Rights Watch.