Singer and songwriter Judith Owen on the inspiration behind her new album
Singer and songwriter Judith Owen discusses her inspiration behind her new album, 'Somebody's Child' on this episode of Live From the Couch.
George 'The Animal' Steele, WWE Hall of Famer, dies at 79
George "The Animal" Steele, the retired pro wrestling icon and WWE Hall of Famer, has died at 79. WWE confirmed the news on Friday . Born in Detroit, Steele turned pro in 1967 and was best known for his run as a comical babyface attraction in the final years before his 1988 retirement. With his
Little Sister Defends Her Autistic Brother After Student Called Him 'Weird'
When a student in her class made fun of her older brother, who has autism , one 6-year-old couldn't stand idly by. Instead, she wrote a letter to the school, requesting that students learn about invisible disabilities. Lex Camilleri took that letter to the school's student council and later read it
Inspire, develop, perform: Unheralded British baseball chasing history
NEW YORK -- Liam Carroll probably couldn't have picked a better location for the biggest games of his coaching career. As manager of the team representing Great Britain at this week's World Baseball Classic qualifier, Carroll and his 28-man roster have their sights set on earning the final berth in
Patrick Dempsey on Life After 'Grey's Anatomy': 'I Have Time to Feel and Think'
Dempsey appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his new role in the film "Bridget Jones's Baby."
Reliving 1976 decathlon win with Caitlyn Jenner
For Caitlyn Jenner, there are places to be and people to speak with. There are camera crews and magazine covers, finely crafted documentaries and the raw urgency of reality TV. There are ex-spouses with stories to share and 10 children, many of them living their own lives, out loud and then some.
Daymond John on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis
Shark Tank Investor Daymond John talks about his best advice and lessons learned in business.
How the Pain and Shame of Dyslexia Almost Destroyed a Promising Young Actor
"American Horror Story" actor Ameer Baraka’s own mother called him “dumb and stupid.” His teachers humiliated him. And his dyslexia , which made it difficult for him to read, turned the young man into a "street thug" and a killer. Now an accomplished actor, Baraka was only a few words away from a
'American Horror Story' Actor Describes 'Perfect Storm' of Dyslexia
Ameer Baraka testified before a Senate hearing on dyslexia, research and education.
Young Innovators Present Their Projects at the 2016 White House Science Fair
The nation's youngest and brightest minds display their inventions at the sixth annual White House Science Fair.