See Man's Body Covered With 1.1 Million Bees
Wearing only his underpants, Gao Bingguo set a new Guinness World Record after he covered himself with almost 1.1 million bees, collectively weighing 240 pounds.
Sweet find as 50,000 honey bees colonize Ohio garage
Employees at the Cincinnati Zoo relocated the honey bees to the zoo's existing bee colonies.
Spring is busy time for bees and their keepers
Gardeners can ease things for pollinators by planting a wide mix of flowers that bloom successively
James Comey Part 2: The Hillary Clinton email investigation
Comey tells ABC News' George Stephanopoulos he became uncomfortable when his boss, then Attorney General Loretta Lynch, asked him to describe the Clinton email investigation as a "matter."
'Unreal' star on how she went from training for the Olympics to playing strong women
Constance Zimmer, who stars as Quinn King, appears on ABC's "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to discuss the show's latest season.
Robin Roberts interviews former Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett
Robin Roberts sits down with former Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett to discuss her life after the Obama White House, her friendship with the former first couple and her take on the current administration as part of the Black History Month series on "
Private Facebook group with over 11K members a safe haven for women with menopause
Many women are turning to an online group to find support and form a community with other women going through menopause.
Growing California almonds takes more than half of US honeybees
It can be hard to see how important honeybees are to daily life. Just by looking at fully grown oranges, apples and almonds, the honeybee wouldn’t necessarily get marquee credit for their growth. But, bees pollinate around 70 percent of the world’s crops, according to Cornell University, and
Bee Migration - Food Forecast Season 2
Ginger Zee follows bees on a cross-country road trip to pollinate crops in this episode of "Food Forecast."
'GMA' looks back at biggest stories of 2017
As 2017 comes to a close, the "GMA" anchors look back at some of the biggest news stories and most fun moments on "GMA" this year.