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Clarence Newsome, president of the Freedom Center in Cincinnati, talks about the feelings he felt before and after discovering his daughter, Bree Newsome, was arrested for climbing a flagpole in South Carolina and removing the Confederate flag.
Transitioning to civilian careers become easier for veterans with the help from programs such as Camo 2 Commerce and companies like Amazon.
For Sergio Negrin, the July 20th reopening of the U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba, paints a far different picture than the island he left behind in the early 1970s.
Experts warn about the use of fireworks and the effects they can have on veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
A Tennessee store owner decided to express his beliefs following the Supreme Court's ruling allowing same-sex marriage by putting up a sign that reads, "No Gays Allowed."
He has stuttered his entire life of 31 years. He spent his childhood filled with anxiety over public speaking. But now, as an adult, Joel Korte has decided to own his stuttering and live a happy life. You won't believe what he does now.
As major companies cut ties with presidential candidate Donald Trump after his controversial comments about Mexican immigrants, an eight-year-old Texas girl took to YouTube to deliver a message of her own.
A group of women have joined together after one mom was ridiculed for putting her 5-year-old daughter in a baby carrier. A store manager snapped a photo that has since gone viral.
Two girls were trapped in their burning apartment when neighbors urged them to jump from a broken window. Watch as the two girls fall into their neighbors arms from a second story window.
A Louisiana man addresses the hypocrisy of Walmart banning Confederate items in a video that has since gone viral. The man was able to buy a cake with an image of the Islamic State flag, but not one bearing the Rebel flag.