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Cindy Singer and Staci Katz founded Our2Sons after seeing their sons struggle with substance abuse
Victims Joslyn Allen, Jaslene Busanet and Eden Estrada — all social media influencers with sizable followings — have spoken out about the attack
"We figured, if we’re already doing this for one kid, what difference will another one make?” says parent and teacher Josh Dougherty
"We are finding there truly is a silver lining," Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation co-founder Pam McAlwee says of COVID-19's effect on shelter pets
During the shooting, Cox waited outside the room where his coworkers huddled on the floor beneath two desks, holding hands
Twelve people were killed in a mass shooting at Virginia Beach's Municipal Center on Friday
Sarah Galloway, 38, who vanished in March, requires help to care for herself
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More than 258,000 children are in today’s foster care system due to alcohol or drug use by parents and of those, 1 in 3 children are living with relatives, often grandparents
"Accept it, analyze i, and let yourself feel what you feel," Kaylee Muthart tells PEOPLE almost a year after the incident that resulted in her blindness
“The truths are universal: Every kid knows fear. Every kid knows family and friendship. Loss, love, laughter. Everything else is just detail,” Jason Reynolds tells PEOPLE
Newlyweds, honor students and executives are just a few of the lives lost to overdoses so far in 2017
Jerry Seinfeld is defending Kathy Griffin in the fallout of her controversial photo shoot involving a fake bloodied, severed head of President Donald Trump
"I was terrified and worried. I know what it’s like to go through withdrawal and I never wanted that for my baby," Linda Preston tells PEOPLE
"It’s just a struggle mentally and physically," Amber Clements tells PEOPLE
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When she learned her baby would be born drug-affected, Rachael Kinder was consumed by shame and guilt
“It is still hard for me not to feel guilt, even though Kyrie is doing so great, but we’re putting that behind us and moving forward," Rachael Kinder tells PEOPLE
Arissa Young, 14, traveled from Idaho for the Women's March on Washington
Half a million people are gathering in Washington, D.C. for the Women's March on Washington
Tony Shank traveled to D.C. from Florida with the group 2 Million Bikes 2 DC
Americans traveled from all over the country to attend Donald Trump's inauguration — some for different reasons than others
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The report, titled "War Crimes Shouldn't Pay," is the result of investigations led by Clooney's The Sentry
Chambers, a 19-year-old former cheerleader, was found engulfed in flames near her car on a rural road in 2014.
Church member Tara Wright says the shooting and healing process "has brought us together"