Hugs, tears and applause when proud British Muslim meets Manchester mayor
Hashim Norat stood at the back of the crowd. Tears stained his cheeks from beneath his sunglasses. He and his wife had taken a 90-minute detour from their 25th wedding anniversary to stop today at St. Anne’s Square in Manchester, England, where a makeshift memorial has sprung up, festooned with
Science Says: What's known and not known about marijuana
A new study about using a marijuana ingredient to treat epilepsy joins a limited record of scientific knowledge about the harms and benefits of pot
Terry Crews on how he turned sad events in his life into the positivity he's known for today
Terry Crews might be one of the most optimistic people you’ll ever meet. Upon meeting the 48-year-old star of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” he’ll immediately give you a smile. And if you give him just a few moments, he’ll even make his pectoral muscles pop and “dance” for you. It’s hard to believe Crews
Teen gets phone back during trip home from treatment: Part 4
Since arriving at her treatment facility, Brooke is allowed some cell phone use to test her limits while visiting family.
Excessive use of technology takes toll on families' relationships
Brooke's risky behavior escalated from a young age, and Josh skipped school.
Girl with rare disease singing "Overcomer" in viral video meets Grammy winner behind song
Earlier this year, 4-year-old Leah Carroll, a California child who has a rare blood disease , lifted spirits worldwide when her rendition of the song "Overcomer" by Grammy winner Mandisa went viral. But this week, it was Leah's turn for a bit of uplifting when Mandisa came to UCSF Benioff
Police: Man in Kylie Jenner crash admits homeless killing
Authorities say a California man on probation for crashing his car into a gate at Kylie Jenner's house last year walked into a police station and confessed to killing a homeless man
Teen who dropped out of school to play video games goes through treatment in the wilderness
ABC News' Elizabeth Vargas reports on a teen who was playing video games up to 60 hours per week before his parents sent him to a wilderness program for an intervention.
Michigan teen who dropped out of school to play video games goes through treatment in the wilderness
By the time Al and Christine’s son Josh was 14 years old, he was so consumed with playing video games that he stopped going to school. "He just said, 'Hey, I’m dropping out his father Al told ABC News "20/20." Josh would stay up late to play well into the night and sleep in late the next day. His