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After eight brutal months, this is how she escaped.
The odds of being involved in a terrorist attack are low. But if danger strikes, you’ll only have seconds to respond. Here are six things that could save your life if the time comes.
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How four best friends survived a collapsing mountain in New Hampshire.
These incredible kids and teens came to the rescue when it mattered most.
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How Tim Watson endured the longest ride of his life, and saved a little boy’s.
Yeonmi Park shares the harrowing tale of her liberation from North Korea.
All that saved Larry Bishop from a 300-foot drop into a California chasm was his fingertips— and the will to live.
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