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Belgian court convicts parents in baby's malnutrition death
A Belgian court convicted two parents for their part in the death of their child, who succumbed to malnutrition and dehydration because they were firm believers in alternative diets
Penn State frat pledge's skin had turned gray by morning after fall, prosecutor says
The surveillance cameras at Pennsylvania State University's Beta Theta Pi fraternity house were so state-of-the-art that they showed pledge Timothy Piazza's color change by the morning after he fell down the stairs during a pledge ceremony at the house, a prosecutor told ABC News. Piazza, a
12 hours after fall, Penn State frat brother calmly tells 911: 'We have a friend who’s unconscious'
About 12 hours after Penn State sophomore Timothy Piazza fell down the stairs during a pledge ceremony at the Beta Theta Pi fraternity house on Feb. 2, one of the fraternity brothers calmly told a 911 operator, “We have a friend who’s unconscious” and the victim is "probably going to need an
Penn State frat's 'grotesque actions' were 'beyond human decency,' Piazza family attorney says
The attorney for the family of Penn State fraternity pledge Timothy Piazza, who died after falling down stairs during a pledge ceremony at the frat house, called the actions of the fraternity brothers who didn't call for help the "worst possible debauchery and depravity that you could possibly have
A spring cleaning for your finances
ABC News' Amna Nawaz talks to LearnVest's Stephany Kirkpatrick to get the best tax-saving tips ahead of Tax Day.
When should you replace your medicines?
The first in a "GMA" series on expiration dates explores when you need to clean out your medicine cabinet.
Steve Kerr says he used marijuana for back pain, hopes leagues soften stance
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr said on a CSN Bay Area podcast published Friday that he smoked marijuana for back pain he experienced the past two years. "I guess maybe I could even get in some trouble for this, but I've actually tried [marijuana] twice during the last
Simone Biles' ADHD Meds Among Common Drugs Banned From Olympics
A hack of the World Anti-Doping Agency has drawn attention to the commonly prescribed medications that are prohibited for use during the Olympics without a medical waiver. Agency officials said Tuesday that they had been hacked by Russian hackers and that multiple star athletes -- including Venus
Royals' Raul Mondesi suspended 50 games for positive PED test
Kansas City Royals infielder Raul Mondesi Jr. has been suspended 50 games without pay Tuesday as a result of a positive test for a performance-enhancing substance that was in over-the-counter cold medicine that he was taking. Mondesi tested positive for Clenbuterol, which violates terms of Major
'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.