Woman Who Got Dishwashing Job at Husband's Nursing Home Says 'I Couldn't Let COVID Keep Us Apart'
Mary Daniel now wants to help other people visit family members in care facilities: "There has to be a plan in place that will allow people to get back to their loved ones"
'Sweetheart' Funeral Director Gives Dignified Farewells to Families Losing Loved Ones to COVID-19
Caroline Schrank has been helping New York families give their loved ones proper goodbyes
Linda Tripp Dies at 70: Lightning Rod Exposed Bill Clinton's Lewinsky Affair — Then Started Over Away from D.C.
"There are people who think I'm a hero, and there are people who think I'm a villain," she told PEOPLE in 2003. "And I'm neither"
Robert Charland and his stepsons fill the bags with things like hand sanitizer and masks to distribute to homeless people and others at risk
After undergoing a double lung transplant, Daniel Ament wants to spread awareness to teens about the true harm of vaping
Grad Student Rescues Girl, 8, From Alleged Restaurant Kidnapping, Gets Free Breakfast for a Year
"I just had a weird feeling about it," Cody Byrd, 24, tells PEOPLE. "And I saw something potentially dangerous"
Turning Christmas Trees Into Free Canes Helped Bring Army Vet 'Back from the Brink of Suicide'
Anyone — veteran or not — can fill out a form for a free cane from Jamie Willis' project, Canes for Veterans Central Texas
Chely Wright Reveals She Suffered a Stroke a Year Ago: 'It's Been a Long Year, But I Am Okay'
The country star said she went to the ER with a migraine, but doctors confirmed a stroke
Husband of 'Excited and Scared' Nurse Shaves Off Her Hair in Photos About Her Brave Cancer Battle
The couple kept repeating how much "they love each other," says photographer Mandy Parks, whose goal was to capture Charlie Johnson's "warrior" strength