Heat Stroke News
Webb Simpson breaks out of crowd to take Colonial lead
Webb Simpson shot a 3-under 67 to take the lead alone at 9 under after three rounds at Colonial
Drew Brees opens up about exertional heat stroke
The football star is hoping to raise awareness on heat stroke with his new campaign, "The Heat Factor."
Dwayne 'the Rock' Johnson teases future White House run in GQ magazine
The movie star spoke about his political ambitions in the June issue of GQ, which hits newsstands nationwide on May 23.
People's 'Sexiest Vet Alive' gives tips for pet parents
ABC News' Michael Rothman chats with Dr. Evan Antin to get best tips for pet parents.
Toddler dies after being left in hot car in Florida, police say
A toddler died in Florida on Tuesday after being left inside a hot car for five hours, authorities said. The 2-year-old boy, identified as Jacob Manchego, was found unresponsive in a locked SUV at a shopping plaza in Brandon. He was rushed to a local hospital where he later died, according to the
Justin Ross Harris’ ex-wife Leanna Taylor explains why she still supports him after son's hot car death
The ex-wife of Justin Ross Harris , the Georgia man who was found guilty of intentionally leaving the couple’s 22-month-old son to die in a hot SUV in June 2014, is speaking out for the first time about why she supported her ex-husband through the trial and continues to support him today. “It never
Lupita Nyong'o and David Oyelowo Talk 'Queen of Katwe'
Nyong'o and Oyelowo appear on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about their starring roles in the film.
Atlanta Dad in Hot-Car Murder Trial Had No 'Cue' That Son Was in SUV, Defense Says
The defense gave its opening statements today in the murder case against Justin Ross Harris , the Georgia man accused in the 2014 hot-car death of his 22-month-old son, Cooper, maintaining that it was an accident and that Harris had "forgotten" to drop the child off at day care that day. Harris'
Ultramarathon man: George Chmiel aims to run across U.S. in 60 days
SAN DIEGO -- On Sunday morning, Sept. 11, George Chmiel will be surrounded by well-wishers on the deck of the decommissioned aircraft carrier Midway. There will be music, a few guest speakers and plenty of pomp for a grand sendoff. Then Chmiel will run through a special arch, down the ship's