Delusional Disorder News
A Place for Meditation in Politics?
Dan Harris takes '10% Happier' podcast on the road and chats with Rep. Tim Ryan about how he has implemented meditation in his life.
Mother of Colorado Movie Theater Shooter James Holmes Speaks Out for First Time
The mother of the Aurora, Colorado, movie theater shooter James Holmes , spoke out for the first time this week to raise awareness for Mental Health Awareness Month, condemning her son's actions and highlighting the importance of early detection of mental illness. In an interview with ABC News
Aurora Shooter James Holmes' Mother Speaks Out
Speaking out for the first time, Arlene Holmes condemns her sons actions in 2012 when he killed 12 in a Colorado movie theater.
Unabomber's Sister-In-Law Suspected Him After Reading Manifesto
He was a feared and mysterious killer known simply as the unabomber. His bombing campaign killed three and injured more than 20 people. His calling card a manifesto railing against technology in the modern world. It would be those words that led to his capture. Tonight for the first time on
From Delusions to Counseling: A Young Man's Journey to Recovery Thanks to New Treatment for Psychosis
Collin Spencer was just 17, in the summer before his senior year, when he said he started to have hallucinations that would pop out from the television or newspaper. "Everything seemed completely real. It was like being stuck in a bad trip," Spencer, of Eaton Rapids, Michigan, told ABC News. "It
Tennessee Woman Claims She's Victim of Online Threats to Her Life
Part 1: Living at home with her parents, Jenelle Potter spent most of her adult life on social media.
How a Social Media Feud Led to the Murder of a Young Tennessee Couple
Jenelle Potter was a sheltered young woman. Potter lived most of her adult life on social media. But when an online feud erupted, two of her former friends were founded murdered in their home while their baby survived. Watch the full story on ABC News’ “20/20” TONIGHT at 10 p.m. ET. In a mystery
New Details in Gunman's Sinister Plan
We begin with major developments. That tragedy on TV, chilling new details about the mind of a monster, the gunman ambushing two young journalists, determined to murder his former colleagues in cold blood. As the cameras rolled, this image, one of the last they would see. Tonight what investigators
How Virginia Shooting May Help Psych Experts See Warning Signs
The slaying of two journalists on live television Wednesday became more shocking when the suspected gunman posted video he says he took of the shooting to his Facebook page, delivered a 23-page document about his motives and tweeted after the attack. By poring over the documents believed to have
James Holmes Trial Marked by Emotional Moments, Key Evidence
After 11 weeks, closing arguments in the trial of Aurora, Colorado, theater shooter James Holmes are scheduled to start Tuesday, and the jury is expected to start deliberations on Wednesday. The admitted gunman faces 165 charges, including first degree murder, for opening fire on a crowded premiere