7 Drugs Found in System of Hot Air Balloon Pilot in Deadliest US Crash, NTSB Says
The pilot of the deadliest hot air balloon crash in U.S. history had seven different drugs in his system at the time of the accident, according to documents released today by the National Transportation Safety Board. In the early hours of July 30, Alfred “Skip” Nichols was piloting a hot air
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
Simone Biles Addresses Leaked Medical Records and ADHD Misconceptions
USA gymnastics superstar Simone Biles came under the spotlight on Tuesday after Russian hackers circulated confidential medical records from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) database that showed her use of Methylphenidate , a stimulant for treatment of ADHD . Biles, 19, was forced to publicly
Hackers reveal WADA medical data for Simone Biles, Williams sisters
GENEVA -- Russian hackers broke into a World Anti-Doping Agency database and posted confidential medical data online Tuesday of some United States female athletes who competed at the Rio Olympics -- including gymnast Simone Biles, tennis players Serena and Venus Williams and basketball player Elena
'GMA' 'Workout Wednesday' With Sebastien Lagree
The creator of the patented Lagree Fitness Method leads a live-streamed workout on "Good Morning America."
DEA Denies Petitions to Reclassify Marijuana as Less Dangerous Drug
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has denied two petitions to reclassify marijuana as a less dangerous drug. Marijuana will remain a Schedule I drug, the most restrictive category under federal drug control laws. Heroin and LSD are also considered Schedule I drugs. Schedule II drugs include
What to Expect in the Democratic Debate
ABC News' Mary Alice Parks talks with the ABC News Politics team about what to expect in tonight's debate.
Federal Reclassification of Marijuana Could Have Major Impact on Medical Uses
Federal authorities have announced that they are reviewing the possibility of loosening the classification of marijuana, and if this happens, it could have a far-reaching impact on how the substance is used in medical settings, experts said. Marijuana is currently classified as a Schedule I drug,
All Things Cereal
Chef Mark Bailey celebrates National Cereal Day with some new twists on the breakfast staple.
The Hottest Toys at the International Toy Fair
ABC News' Charli James and Toy Insider's Laurie Schacht reveal the hottest toys at the International Toy Fair.