There will be many, many stories of bravery as we learn more about what happened Friday in Japan when a 9.0-magnitude earthquake triggered devastating tsunamis that wiped some communities off the map, leaving thousands missing or dead.Chie Matsumoto, a journalist in Japan who has been traveling to s
Apparently people who fly from Manchester, England, often forget to throw away their liquids. Since 2006, when the policy that required travelers to ditch their liquids went into effect, staff at the Manchester airport has tried all sorts of mechanisms to get people to comply."
Some of the headlines make it sound like Adam Potter plunged 1,000 feet and managed to come away with minor injuries.That's not exactly the way things (dare we say it?) went down Saturday on Scotland's Sgurr Choinnich Mor (that's a mountain).But he's still got a story that sounds more like
One of the more remarkable stories of the morning is the news that a woman who was apparently stolen from a New York City hospital as a baby in 1987 has been reunited with her birth mother.Carlina White, now 23 and living in Atlanta after growing up in Bridgeport, Conn., as "Nejdra Nance," did some
While he and 32 other Chilean miners were trapped deep underground for 69 days last fall, Edison Pena became known as the guy who tried to keep spirits up by singing songs made famous by his idol -- Elvis Presley.Today in Memphis, Pena got to tour Graceland (which we probably don't need to tell most
Ted Williams, the homeless man with the golden voice who's gone from the streets of Columbus, Ohio, to nationwide fame this week because of a Columbus Dispatch video, made another appearance on NBC's Today Show this morning -- this time with his 90-year-old mother Julia.As we've re
We've got one more heart-warming video today involving Ted Williams, who in just a couple days has gone from living on the streets in Columbus, Ohio, to national fame for his "golden voice."Today he saw his mother, Julia, for the first time in about 20 years.