Mental Health Issues News
The Latest: Man accused of holding woman to appear in court
Police say an Ohio man accused of kidnapping a neighbor and keeping her trapped in a small pit in his shed is set to appear in court Thursday on a felony charge of kidnapping
Key provisions of proposed GOP health care compromise
House Republicans are debating a proposed compromise among hardliners and moderates that might let them advance GOP legislation to roll back much of the current health care law
Chicago Archdiocese to settle priest abuse suits for $4.45M
The Archdiocese of Chicago will pay $4.45 million to settle three lawsuits brought by three men who allege they were sexually abused over a decade ago by a former Roman Catholic priest and convicted sex offender
Police: Captive woman found crying in pit in neighbor's shed
Police say an Ohio man with mental health problems kidnapped a neighbor and kept her trapped in a small grave-like pit in his backyard shed, where her cries for help alerted other people living nearby and led to her rescue
'10% Happier': Russell Simmons, philanthropist, entrepreneur, author and activist
Russell Simmons, who practices and teaches transcendental meditation, tells ABC's Dan Harris how meditating and being a vegan improved his health.
Mandisa reveals how deep depression nearly led her to suicide
Grammy Award-winning singer Mandisa revealed that she fell into such a deep depression three years ago after her dear friend Kisha lost her battle with breast cancer that she almost took her own life. “It got pretty bad -- to the point where if I had not gotten off that road I would not be sitting
Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge
The death of the first black woman on New York's highest court has left both police and admirers mystified
Schools warn parents about Netflix's '13 Reasons Why'
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
How Sheryl Sandberg says she dealt with her grief after her husband's death
Sandberg says despite what feels like unending despair, the key is to stop blaming one's self and to learn to live life with gratitude.
Last words haunt surviving teen's sentencing in fatal fire
A teenager's dying words are haunting a survivor's sentencing in a massive New York fire