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Trainer Eric Reed — who, just years ago, lost 23 horses in a stable fire — says he "knew it was possible" Rich Strike and jockey Sonny Leon "could win" Kentucky Derby
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"It's so deeply meaningful — it tells my grandparents' love story," says record label exec Matt Block
Habits of Waste founder Sheila Morovati wants society to rethink our plastic addiction, one change at a time: "Everyone who lives on this planet is an environmentalist and a part of the solution"
"It's important to see children of color in books where kids are just having fun," says Stella Keeps the Sun Up author Clothilde Ewing
What began as an odd coincidence — the two doctors share the same surname but aren't related — turned into an unlikely friendship and a fight to free a killer from prison
With her nonprofit HEROES, Monica Johnson has helped more than 2,000 people in her small Louisiana town who are living with HIV/AIDS
CreatiVets, a Nashville-based program, connects veterans with songwriters to transform the pain of war into music
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Dr. Joshua Miele wants parents of blind kids to know that vision loss is a "challenge" but "not a tragedy"
The Maryland Democrat spoke with PEOPLE ahead of the release of his book, Unthinkable: Trauma, Truth, and the Trials of American Democracy
CreatiVets, a Nashville-based program, connects veterans with songwriters to transform the pain of war into music
Dr. Joshua Miele wants parents of blind kids to know that vision loss is a "challenge" but "not a tragedy"
The Maryland Democrat spoke with PEOPLE ahead of the release of his book, Unthinkable: Trauma, Truth, and the Trials of American Democracy
Naughty or nice? Eh, it doesn't matter – these stars couldn't get any cuter in their photos from holidays past
"We're still a really close family; we talk all the time," McGraw tells PEOPLE. "But it's difficult when your kids leave. All of a sudden they don't need you as much anymore"
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"There's humor in my art, but I hope people see themselves and their own habits reflected into these objects," Mariah Reading tells PEOPLE in this week's issue
"He was so present for the passing of both my parents. You reveal yourself when you are going through struggles and that's just another layer of partnership," Hill says about McGraw
The real-life couple of more than two decades star for the first time together on screen as husband and wife in the Yellowstone prequel series 1883
The seven-time Olympic medalist is one of PEOPLE's 2021 People of the Year
From feeding those in need to supporting those who have lost loved ones to suicide, these hometown heroes stepped up for their communities and inspired us in the process.
"You'd think he should be bitter and angry," says Jenna Bush Hager, one of Gilbert Tuhabonye's former runners. "But he channeled that through running and teaching. To me, he embodied pure love and grace."
Brian Taylor offered free pet groomings in New York City during the pandemic and the good deed has turned into Pup Relief Tours, which provide free pet care services to hundreds of dogs nationwide
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Women who overcome life's most difficult obstacles "bring a non-traditional skill set" and "become incredible employees," Cheryl Miller tells PEOPLE
PEOPLE covered the mysterious disappearance of Jack Cefolia last February
"Nothing can compare to the happiness I feel now," Adriano Luna tells PEOPLE of reconnecting with his biological daughters
Sarah Sharp thought she would never have a second child after she needed a partial hysterectomy to treat her cancer, but her twin sister, Cathey Stoner, made it possible
As kids go back to school and COVID fear looms, PEOPLE asked legal experts about mask mandates, vaccination requirements and the right to learn safely
A bronze medalist in 2016, the triathlete and war veteran has had only eight weeks to recover before her Aug. 28 event
In prioritizing her mental health, the Olympian was "speaking up for what I believe in," Biles said