Schoolteachers Take Charge of Field Trip
It was 6 a.m. on the March day of a field trip to the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga. Fifth-grade teacher
World Trade Center Attack Survivor Lauren Manning: A Long Road Back to Health
September 2006, and Lauren Manning looks terrific. Striding across the lobby of a Manhattan high-rise, she exudes the confidence she
The Heroes Rebuilding New Orleans
Three years after Hurricane Katrina, die-hard citizens like these seven are bringing the city back to life.
Shark! How One Surfer Survived an Attack
Silver fog blanketed California’s Monterey Bay on a late August morning last year. For Todd Endris, it was a perfect
Hope for Deaf-Blind Triplets — Light in the Dark
How parents of triplets found hope in a dismal situation.
The Killer Next Door
Something doesn’t seem right, thought Cindy Plant, as her truck bounced along an old dirt road north of Wichita last
Bart Corbin: Double Deception
Jennifer Corbin was one of those people almost everybody liked, probably because she liked everybody. Tall, blonde and pretty, the
Michael Oher: Homeless Hero Becomes Academic Success
The New Kid When Sean Tuohy saw the new kid sitting in the high school gym, he saw a boy
Bombshell: Documents Throw New Light on Marilyn Monroe’s Death
These little-known facts will change your perspective.
RD on TV: Gracie’s Choice
An inspirational story about a teen hero found a way to keep three brothers from being separated.
Invincible: World Trade Center Attacks Survivor Lauren Manning
Running Late On a hazy late afternoon in New York City, Lauren Manning breezes through the door with an upbeat
The Black Widow Killer
Call it a mother’s intuition. When a medical examiner reported the cause of death for Glenn Turner, 31, his mom,
America’s Most Vicious Gang
For the Ivano family, the school day began like any other. It was a Tuesday morning in December, just days
Photo Essay: The Patriots Guard Riders Who Honor Fallen Heroes
When soldiers fall or veterans pass away, this motorcycle group shows up to honor them.