Aug. 9, 1974: President Nixon gives farewell address to White House staff
Nixon, with his family beside him, said an emotional goodbye to his Cabinet members and personal aides.
Navy vet Timothy Birckhead surprised with new home adapted for his disability
"The View" worked over the course of a year to build and furnish a new home for Birckhead's family.
Doctors use drones to drop medical supplies in Madagascar
The island country is ravaged by tuberculosis and doctors are using this technology to treat villagers in rural areas without endangering themselves.
Naomi Judd Opens Up About Long Struggle With Severe Depression
The country music star spoke about her battle with "life-threatening" depression that led to several stints in psychiatric wards.
What to Do With Your Summer Vacation Photos
"Good Housekeeping" magazine's Lori Bergamotto reveals fun hacks for sharing and organizing your family snapshots.
Ryan Lochte Speaks Out About Alleged Rio Robbery
The U.S. Olympic swimmer tells "GMA" about his initial claims he and other U.S. swimmers were robbed and the fallout he has faced.
The Dark Side of Orphanage 'Voluntourism' in Nepal
Many foreigners flock to the impoverished country to give back, but some abusive orphanage owners turn to child trafficking to take advantage of donation money.
Meet Lively: The Snapchat of Dating Apps
On the app, users have a story that is a compilation of videos and photos that are all stitched together.
Fighting Zika in the US: The Battle Over GMO Mosquitoes
A genetically modified mosquito could help lower the population of the dangerous Aedes aegypti, but not everyone is in favor of the technology.
350 Infants May Have Been Exposed to Tuberculosis at California Hospital
Officials say a maternity nurse at San Jose's Santa Clara Valley Medical Center was diagnosed with an active case of TB in November.