Cerebral Palsy News
Defense: Man accused of terror plot an 'idiot,' not fighter
A prosecutor and a defense attorney have painted different pictures of a Massachusetts man accused of participating in a plot to behead a conservative blogger who angered Muslims when she organized a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas
Boston's new home run: Marathon held inside Fenway Park
Fenway Park has seen its share of runs over the years — but none quite like this. Friday's Fenway Park Marathon took 50 runners around the outfield of Boston's storied stadium 116 times to cover the 26 miles, 385 yards. Organizers called it the first marathon race to be run entirely within the
Real-life 'Iron Man': How paralyzed surgeon is able to perform surgeries: Part 1
Dr. Chris McCulloh overcame a life-changing accident and uses a hydraulic wheel chair in the operating room.
Newlywed accused of killing his wife due in court
Matthew Phelps, 28, told a 911 dispatcher that he took too much cold medicine and woke up to find his wife, Lauren Phelps, 29, "dead on the floor."
The reason this mom won't let her son accept a perfect-attendance award
A U.K. author and mom of three is making waves with a recent parenting decision: Rachel Wright won't allow 10-year-old son JJ to accept a perfect-attendance award from school. It may seem cruel on the surface but Wright believes she has good reason. In a blog post that has now been viewed millions
Comic Maysoon Zayid is making disability mainstream
Once you’ve met Maysoon Zayid, it is impossible to forget her. As she made her way through the ABC News studio, she left in her wake a sea of smiling faces, and a host of new fans. That included the security guard who signed her in, the hair and makeup team who prepared her for our interview, and
Maysoon Zayid: I want to mainstream disability
ABC News' Amna Nawaz sits down with Maysoon Zayid on this episode of "Uncomfortable" to talk about life with cerebral palsy, discrimination in Hollywood casting calls and learning how to be funny from her Palestinian aunties.
Daniel Day-Lewis' best-known roles
Fans shocked and saddened by the news that Daniel Day-Lewis has quit acting can at least take comfort in his vast body of work. A rep for the 60-year-old actor made the surprise announcement on Tuesday that Day-Lewis was stepping away from the profession. "Daniel Day-Lewis will no longer be working
House passes Republican health care bill
"The View" co-hosts discuss who would profit and who would suffer if the bill becomes law.
Teen with cerebral palsy gets to meet the Yankees
The North Carolina teenager surprised with a dream sports trip by his classmates finally made it to home plate. Christian Heavner, a high school senior living with cerebral palsy, was given a big send-off in his hometown on Tuesday before embarking on a trip to watch the New York Yankees play on