Drug Abuse News
'10% Happier': These Zen Priests Could Make You Less Afraid of Death
Sensei Robert Chodo Campbell and Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison sat down with ABC News' Dan Harris for his "10% Happier" podcast.
Supreme Court Upends All-White Jury Verdict, Death Sentence
Supreme Court upends conviction, death sentence of a black Georgian because prosecutors insisted on an all-white jury
5 Years Later, Veterans Treatment Court Is a Success Story
5 years after opening, New England's first court for veterans is declared success story
Prince May Have Been Dead for Hours Before Body Was Found: Source
Prince, who was found unresponsive in an elevator inside his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota in April, may have been dead for hours before his body was discovered, a source confirmed to ABC News. Minneapolis' Star Tribune first reported that the late singer was likely "dead for at least six
Credibility of Women Accusing Cop of Sexual Assault Is Questioned: Part 3
Among their many other problems as accusers, most of the 13 women never reported their sexual assaults.
Minnesota Businessman Wheelock Whitney Jr. Dies
Minnesota business and political leader, sports booster and philanthropist Wheelock Whitney Jr. has died
Jury Recommends Death Sentence for Ohio Man in 3 Killings
A jury has recommended that an Ohio man receive the death penalty for killing three women and wrapping their bodies in garbage bags in an impoverished Cleveland suburb
Coroner: Vegas 'Mini Kim Kardashian' Died of Natural Causes
The coroner in Las Vegas says a 32-year-old performer known as "Mini Kim Kardashian" died of chronic alcohol abuse
States Ban Kratom Supplement Over Abuse Worries
Alabama is the latest state to ban the use of a plant-based substance called "kratom."
How the Daniel Holtzclaw Jury Decided to Send the Ex-Oklahoma City Police Officer to Prison for 263 Years
A member of the jury that voted to convict former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw -- resulting in a 263-year prison sentence for rape and other charges -- is speaking out for the first time. "After so long, [the jurors and I] felt like somebody with a higher power brought us together