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After eight brutal months, this is how she escaped.
Ian Burkhart was the first quadriplegic to regain control of his body using his thoughts.
Thank goodness Grandpa decided to sell his tickets to take a different ship.
Senior Lts. Birney Dibble describes his time in Vietnam as a duty and an honor.
A fishing trip turns into a terrifying test of survival after Salvador Alvarenga becomes one man against the sea.
At just 22 years old and only two months into her job, Atkins came face-to-face with an armed robber.
How Border-Aussie Bailey became a total hero.
The human mind has a previously hidden aptitude for recovery. Here is the story of one young man’s journey back from the brink.
Robyn Rosenberger’s extraordinary TinySuperheroes taught her how to find joy in life.
The plane was a smoldering wreck, and a troubled teen was alone, injured, and lost deep in the mountains of Washington.
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.
At first, we felt resentment. But we saved ourselves once we opened our hearts.
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At 15, Alex told her parents she was gay. That’s when her nightmare began.
The worst part wasn’t the racial tension or rotten meat but seeing all the untapped potential of the inmates I met
When a 19-year-old charged into a chess club meeting with five-inch hunting knives, James Vernon sprang into action.
How four best friends survived a collapsing mountain in New Hampshire.
These incredible kids and teens came to the rescue when it mattered most.
As a journalist, I wanted a story. What I got was the fright of my life.
The most important instruments in every doctor’s toolkit are an open mind, listening ears, and the right words, carefully chosen.
A two-week trek through Canada’s Arctic tundra turns into a desperate attempt to stay alive.