Charlie Sheen Opens Up About His Battle With HIV: 'I Feel Like I'm Carrying the Torch'
The Golden Globe-winning actor Charlie Sheen opened up about his diagnosis of HIV , saying he feels like he's "carrying the torch" for others battling the disease that causes AIDS. "I feel like I'm carrying the torch," Sheen told ABC News' Michael Strahan in an interview with that aired today on "
3 Italian Doctors Suspended for Tending ER Patients on Floor
Three doctors at a Naples-area hospital have been suspended for treating emergency room patients who were lying on the floor
Lawyers Trade Blame in Meningitis Outbreak Trial
A prosecutor told jurors that the former president of a compounding pharmacy blamed for a deadly national meningitis outbreak put "profits over patients."
Executive Set to Go on Trial in Meningitis Outbreak Case
Testimony is set to get underway in the racketeering trial of the former president of a compounding pharmacy blamed for a national meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people and sickened hundreds more
Jury Seated in Trial Over Meningitis Outbreak That Killed 64
A jury has been seated to hear the case against a former top executive at a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy blamed for a national meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people in 2012
Phil Jackson: 'I'm going to follow the plan, and if it doesn't work out, it will be evident'
NEW YORK -- Phil Jackson says he hasn't voted for a president since 1980. After campaigning vigorously on behalf of losing democrats George McGovern and Jimmy Carter, Jackson determined the political system was flawed, perhaps even broken, so he ceased participating. He watched last Tuesday's
Runner Overcomes Seizures and Brain Surgery, Returns to New York City Marathon
The first clue that something was wrong with Danielle Hacet's brain was when she thought she smelled smoke everywhere. "At 26, I started smelling fire in random places I would be on airplane, I would be outside," Hacet told ABC News. "Anywhere you could think of I would randomly smell fire." Hacet
The Situation Inside the Besieged Syrian Town of Madaya
Approximately 1 million Syrians live under siege while an additional 4.5 million are waiting for humanitarian aid to reach them in what the United Nations described as “hard to reach” areas. One of those areas is Madaya, a Syrian town near the Lebanese border that is controlled by rebel forces who
60,000 Residents of Besieged Syrian Towns Get Aid for First Time Since April
Long-awaited aid has reached Madaya and three other besieged Syrian towns for the first time since April. Humanitarian assistance was supposed to arrive in Madaya, Foah, Zabadani and Kefraya last Tuesday, but that delivery was put on temporary hold following an attack on an aid convoy in western
Fear in Madaya Rises After Suspension of Syrian Aid
When Halla Yousef, a teacher in Madaya, sees one of her young students cry of hunger, she cannot do anything to help. “I can’t feed him,” she told ABC News. "He says, 'I’m hungry' and I can’t do anything." The estimated 40,000 people who live in the besieged Syrian town of Madaya have not received