The New Bionic Man: How Hugh Herr is Changing Lives
Biophysicist Hugh Herr was a climbing prodigy. He would spend summers with his Mennonite family from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in far-flung destinations across the United States, including Alaska and the Rockies. From a very young age, Herr rapidly progressed to climbing steeper and steeper
93-Year-Old Nurse Retires After 72 Years on the Job
A 93-year-old South Dakota woman has finally hung up her nurse's cap after more than seven decades in the medical field. Last month, Alice Graber celebrated her retirement from the Salem Mennonite Home in Freeman, South Dakota, where she worked for over 20 years. "I told them that [a party] wasn't
WWII Refugees Send Letters of Hope and Compassion to Syrian Refugee Children
When Gunter Nitsch was 11 years old, the only thoughts on his mind were feeding his hunger and keeping warm. In 1949, he and his family were living in a refugee camp in western Germany after World War II and were living off of bread and soup made from animal bones. After a while, his mother told
Woman Posting Pennsylvania Couple's 109 Love Letters From More Than 100 Years Ago
A Chicago -area woman has discovered 109 love letters more than 100 years old that reveal the real-life love story of an American couple -- Daisy Holzworth and John Henderson. Stephanie Knudson, 28, found and bought three of the letters while visiting a vintage vendor at Chicago's Randolph Street
Lady Gaga Engaged: 5 Things to Know About Taylor Kinney
Nope, he's not the singer behind "Shake It Off" and he's not the actor from the "Twilight" films. This Taylor is the man who was able to tie down Lady Gaga -- Taylor Kinney. The "Born This Way" singer, 28, announced her engagement on Monday, posting a picture to Instagram with the caption: "He gave
SCOTUS Rules Against Obamacare's Contraceptive Mandate
Hobby Lobby does not have to pay for contraceptives for employees, based on religious freedom.
Supreme Court Issues Landmark Ruling on Obamacare vs. Hobby Lobby
The family-owned craft store does not have to pay for employees' contraception because of owners' religious beliefs.
Watch Amish Men Move House With Bare Hands
With their beliefs forbidding them from using machinery, a group of Amish men moved an entire home the only way they knew how, with their bare hands. Video footage shows a few dozen men lined up along the interior of the house lifting the home...
Contraception Latest Supreme Court Rift on Obamacare
Today's Spirited Arguments the Second Biggest Legal Test of Health Care Law