Special Needs Child News
Disabled chefs serve as model for change in Morocco
A remarkable restaurant in Morocco's capital offers its guests the opportunity to enjoy a full, fresh meal for just $6. But what's most remarkable are its chefs: all are developmentally disabled. Moroccan salad, grilled meat, Basque rice and lemon mousse are on the menu of the day at the
Judge rules Kentucky county liable for handcuffed children
A federal judge says it was unreasonable for a Kentucky sheriff's deputy to handcuff two unruly elementary school students and has ruled the county government is liable for the officer's conduct
Man guilty in torture death of girlfriend's son gets prison
A man convicted of torturing his girlfriend's son by forcing him to take ice baths, wrapping his head in duct tape and rubbing cayenne pepper into his eyes has been sentenced to 65 years in prison for his murder
Inside Marvel's 'Darth Vader,' from New York Comic Con
Matt Martin of Lucasfilm story group and Marvel's "Star Wars" writer Kieron Gillen talk "Darth Vader" from NYCC.
'Ninjago' star Justin Theroux on why he likes playing bad guys
Theroux appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his role as Garmadon in the new animated film.
What parents should know about sleep apnea in children
Medical experts are warning parents that if you hear your young son or daughter snoring, it could potentially be a sign that the child is suffering from sleep apnea . "It should raise a flag," Dr. Sydney Butts, an ear, nose and throat doctor in New York City told ABC News of snoring in children.
What parents need to know about sleep apnea in children
A doctor discusses the potential dangers of the sleep problem for children and what symptoms should raise red flags for parents.
Florida couple braves Hurricane Irma to care for dolphins: 'I wasn't going to leave them'
Even as Hurricane Irma was barreling toward the Florida Keys, one couple decided they wouldn't leave without their dolphins. Phillip Admire, director of zoology at Island Dolphin Care, and his wife Michelle Crosetto, a veterinarian, remained in Key Largo to protect their dolphins. The marine
Florida couple braves Hurricane Irma to care for dolphins
Philip Admire tells "GMA" how he and his wife, Michelle Crosetto, managed to protect dolphins that help with veterans and autistic children while Irma slammed their hometown of Key Largo.