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Thu Nguyen, owner of Portland's Utopia Restaurant & Lounge, thinks the vandalism of his restaurant is part of the growing violence and racism Asian Americans have faced since the start of the pandemic
Carmen Tarleton's first face transplant was "lifesaving," until it began to fail. "Most people don't understand what it's like not to have lips ... and not to have eyelids," she tells PEOPLE
"I just felt incredibly guilty sitting down in Tampa, Florida, in the sunshine watching the rest of the country suffer," Aaron Davis tells PEOPLE
"I put my hand on my face and when I saw my hand, it was full of blood," Noel Quintana says
Bart the French bulldog almost lost control of his back legs after jumping off the couch on Thanksgiving, but now he can walk and run again thanks to a Colorado animal hospital.
Art Acevedo wants to "win hearts and minds" by setting an example for the force and the public. He tells PEOPLE why he's getting vaccinated
"If I go down, she doesn't have anybody to help her," mom Dana Laukhuf — who herself has a heart defect — says of her daughter with Down's syndrome, who's at extremely high risk for Covid complications
PEOPLE's "Why I'm Getting Vaccinated" campaign hopes to fight vaccine misinformation and encourage people to get the shot as part of the battle against COVID-19. Noteworthy names and everyday people alike will share their powerful, personal reasons for getting vaccinated.
Chicken owner Seleta Nothnagel says that some people told her to put her beloved bird Blue "in a crockpot and go get another" instead of paying for the procedure her pet needed
Donald Trump arrived in Florida on Wednesday shortly before his term officially ended, as Biden was being inaugurated in Washington, D.C.
Joe Biden's inauguration was a rare meeting of the "former President's club"
"I'm not afraid of taking the oath outside," President-elect Joe Biden previously said
A fellow officer tells PEOPLE the hero cop prevented a hostage situation and likely saved lives
“You either fight, or you run," says Rep. Tony Gonzales
Rep. Linda T. Sanchez called Donald Trump a "traitor" for inciting a riot at the U.S. Capitol last week, and then praising the rioters
A photographer at the scene of the U.S. Capitol riot describes the invasion and urgent triage care for wounded officers defending America's seat of democracy
"This was just something that nobody had ever experienced before," Andrew Harnik said of Wednesday's siege of the Capitol incited by President Donald Trump
Barricaded in a basement studio as an angry pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol building reporter says, "What happened today at the Capitol has never happened"
"They were just treating them like they were kids throwing a tantrum," Tim Hall, tells PEOPLE about the police at the Capitol riots in contrast to the BLM protests
An Uber trip turned into a life-changing friendship for Latonya Young and Kevin Esch
Benny, now renamed St. Nick, found his way home thanks to a microchip loaded with his previous owner's contact information
"I could relate to Beth a lot," says 22-year-old female chess Grandmaster Dorsa Derakhshani of The Queen's Gambit
Quawan "Bobby" Charles, now the subject of a homicide investigation and "likely" victim of drowning, disappeared on Oct. 30
Henry Friedman was supposed to drive Finn the rescue dog to his new family but when the family's plan changed, Henry decided to adopt the dog and they have been on one long adventure ever since