Since the moment his 2-year-old daughter disappeared from his family home, Dean Harper never stopped holding out hope that he would find her again. But just as soon as they were reunited, he got the shock of a lifetime.
Joy Lofthouse was one of many "Attagirls," an all-female division of the ATA, Air Transport Auxilary, that shuttled war planes back and forth from the front lines during World War II. Seventy years after the war ended, Joy is back in the pilot's seat!
It was a simple school project, 12-year-old Isley Hermansen wanted to find more people living with dyslexia, like herself. But what began as homework quickly turned into a message of hope.
Inspired by Tenth Avenue North's "Worn," Chris Nasadowski, with the help of Dreamt Realities, has created a moving dance performance that helps bring one truth to light: It's never too late to be what you were born to be.
Before sunrise, on a beach in Los Angeles, a group gathered together to pray. They may not practice the same faith, but they have realized one important truth: That ultimately, we are all the same.
Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti has many reasons to be proud. On June 5, she made history by becoming the woman to hold the longest space flight. AND she's the first Italian woman to travel to space. Oh and she's just getting started.
Due to a congenital abnormality, Ezra French was born with a severe curve in his left leg and only one finger on his left hand. Despite this, he's living a most inspirational life.
Take a look at Norway's Halden Prison and you may notice something unusual. For starters, this prison looks more like a school campus than a jail. And that's just the beginning. Is this a model for the future? Can this change the world?