Storm chasers gear up to follow Hurricane Irma
Storm chasers in Naples, Florida, explain their job and motivation for following natural disasters.
Motorcyclist records hit-and-run, then follows driver
A man captured a car driving erratically on his helmet camera and pursued him when the driver attempted to flee.
Are there great white sharks in New York City?
Shark expert Craig O'Connell discusses if there are potential dangers involving great white sharks for people swimming in the New York City area.
Michael Phelps opens up about racing a shark
The Olympic gold medalist appears live on "GMA" to discuss his race against a shark for a new documentary special.
Eyewitness who recorded dramatic video of deadly Arizona flash flood thought he was doomed
An eyewitness who captured video of the powerful flash flood that killed nine people this weekend in Arizona questioned during the ordeal whether he would even survive to talk about it. "You make the wrong step and you get sucked under. You just pray you make the right decision," Brandon West of
Severe storms sweep the country
ABC News' Ginger Zee tracks the latest weather across the country, from flash floods and fires in the West to powerful storms hitting the East.
What we know about Ikaika Kang, the US soldier arrested on terror charges
Army Sgt. Ikaika Kang, the active-duty serviceman based in Hawaii who allegedly said he wanted to "kill a bunch of people," also sympathized and worked with people he believed were connected to the terror group ISIS , court documents charge. Here is what we know about Kang, his personal beliefs and
GoPro video captures moment educator clips cyclist in hit and run incident
A video captured on a GoPro camera shows the moment when a car clips into a cyclist in a hit and run accident that took place along the Natchez Trace Parkway in Tennessee, sending him tumbling to the pavement. Marshall Grant Neely III of Franklin, Tennessee, 58, was arrested and charged following
Man 'walks 500 miles' in creative video to propose marriage
A Colorado man took his marriage proposal to new heights by climbing a mountain and filming footage with a drone and GoPro camera to create a music video for his wife-to-be. Michael Baker, 23, of Colorado Springs, was inspired to create the illusion of walking hundreds of miles to propose to Tracie