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Baylor hoops standout Rico Gathers is serious about becoming an NFL tight end
BATON ROUGE, La. -- Is Rico Gathers serious? It's a question the Baylor basketball standout has heard a lot lately, since he declared for the NFL draft despite not having played football since he was 13 years old. "A lot of people think I'm crazy," acknowledged Gathers, who is hoping to become the
Using Whole Grains to Gussy up That Old Three-Bean Salad
In certain parts of the country, a good three-bean salad is almost always the anchor to a potluck or picnic, the kinds of gatherings where sturdy, crowd-pleasing, portable — and frankly inexpensive — food is wanted. There have been countless variations of three-bean salads made with nothing more
Bristol-Myers 1Q Sales Jump but Costs Keep Its Profit Flat
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. trounced Wall Street's first-quarter profit expectations as soaring sales of key new medicines offset higher expenses and a big hit from generic competition
Decades After Chernobyl, Another Chance for a Paralympian
Paralympian Oksana Masters was adopted out of a Ukrainian orphanage by an American woman nearly two decades ago
Aunt Starts 'Kidney Chain' to Save Niece's Life
Dawn Bates kicked off a "kidney chain" of donations that helped save three patients at a New York hospital.
Aunt Kicks Off Kidney Chain to Save Niece's Life
An aunt's devotion to her niece inspired her to kick off a "kidney chain" that helped save the lives of three patients at a New York hospital. Dawn Bates first volunteered to donate a kidney to her niece Nicole Johnson, who was diagnosed with acute kidney failure in 2014. When doctors realized that
'10% Happier with Dan Harris' and Actress, Singer Margot Bingham
Bingham, who stars on ABC's "The Family" and is best known for her role as Daughter Maitland on "Boardwalk Empire," discusses her meditation practice.
LA Zoo Brings Dinosaurs Back to Life
ABC News' Lesley Messer heads to the LA Zoo to check out their new dinosaur exhibit.
Five biggest draft needs for all 32 NFL teams
Every team will have to balance their draft boards with team needs when making selections in the 2016 NFL draft, and there's no question that in many cases, teams will choose to take the highest-ranked prospect on their board, without necessarily having a weakness at that position. But we see teams