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Seven amazing animals prove that love lives on four legs.
On a frigid winter day, a group of strangers band together to save three children in a dangerous river rescue.
Inspiring: Throughout the year, these small towns honor all United States veterans in unique ways, from “Boots for Our Troops” drives to mile-long parades.
Seven high school students were near the end of their month-long survival course in the Alaskan wilderness, but the real schooling began when they came face to snout with the wildest thing of all.
How a group of former sorority sisters found peace, purpose, and carpentry skills in New Orleans.
Paula Lucas dreamed of being able to help battered women living overseas. In 2001, she started Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center. Today they bring one family safely home to the United States each month.
When Belva Davis lost her job and fell behind on her mortgage, her Detroit neighborhood rallied together to fight foreclosure.
When young Noah Jones got a glimpse into the world of foster care, he created his own charity to help ease transitional times.
After serving their country with honor, courage, and skill, too many veterans are struggling to find jobs. To prove the point, meet five who are determined to make it—their success will be ours as well.
He led his squad through combat, but job prospects continue to prove elusive for this former Marine.
Burdened with post-traumatic stress disorder from her 12 years in the Army, this veteran endeavors to find a place in America’s workforce.
After a frustrating job search, this former Marine corporal was lucky to find just the right fit.
Optimism fuels this Navy vet, though the road to a promising career has been long and challenging.
For this six-year veteran of the Navy, finding work at home has proven to be a struggle beyond that of the battlefield, but he’s resolved to make it happen.
When worried mother Marianne Naslund saw her 16-year-old neighbor Andy Livasy was in trouble, she opened up her heart and home to him.
Between ballet lessons and tae kwon do, these twin sisters rally to protect the earth.
Our hero: Troy Yocum, 31
Where he lives: Louisville, Kentucky
How he helps: Raising money for veterans
While serving in Iraq in 2009, Specialist Troy Yocum received several distressing e-mails. “My good friend, an Iraq War veteran… Read More
We’re in this for the long haul,” says Peter. “We’ll ship games to our heroes until the last soldier comes home.”