A Hero, a Civil Rights Advocate, and a 'Beautiful Soul': Here Are the Victims of the Buffalo Mass Shooting
10 people were murdered on Saturday when a racially motivated gunman targeted Black customers and employees at the Tops Friendly Markets grocery store in Buffalo, N.Y.
Identical Twins Welcome First Babies on Same Day, Hours Apart: 'Just Feels Like It Was Supposed to Be'
Identical twin sisters Jill Justiniani and Erin Cheplak both gave birth to sons on May 5
After Stepmom of Missing Harmony Montgomery Is Released on Bail, Mom Asks, 'Where Is the Justice?'
Harmony Montgomery vanished in 2019, but it took two years until she was reported missing
Nursing Student With Rare and Debilitating Condition Related to COVID Pushes Through 'Devastating' Setbacks
Samantha Cercena, 22, left school due to a disorder called post-COVID viral gastroparesis. When a local hospital heard, they offered to hold a spot for her in their prestigious training program
As Teen's iPhone Shots of Toy Cars Make Him a TikTok Star, Mom Reflects on Ways His Autism Is 'An Advantage'
Anthony Schmidt, 14, has over 500,000 TikTok followers intrigued by his optical skills
Sherri Papini admitted her 2016 account of being kidnapped was all a lie
6th Grader Gets Texas City to Declare Day in Honor of 13-Year-Old Boy Who Died Suddenly: 'A Day for Kindness'
Ricky Rodriguez, 12, rallied San Antonio lawmakers to create Jackson Mohr Day on April 22
Cindy McCain on Her Next Chapter as an Ambassador in Rome — and the Hope and Heartache of Organizing Aid
"I'm deeply honored to be able to serve my country and to do it in such a way that we can have a deep impact," she tells PEOPLE
'I want to know that I can make other children's lives better by doing a little bit of something in my own life,' says Gabriel Clark of Cumbria, England