A California paramedic rescued the same doctor who saved his own life 30 years earlier.
Superheroes are iconic. But there’s another kind of heroism that’s far less talked about.
Hero Construction Company’s Adam Hartley investigates how we can all strive to be more heroic in our daily lives.
Jeff Goins shares how a teenage dad living in the Guatemala City dump taught him how to be a better man.
Do you live the rest of your life knowing you are a beloved and successful fraud or do you risk cultural infamy and admit to the truth?
Brian Shea seeks to come to terms with the legacy of George Washington, and without the usual excuses.
—8-year-old Tyler Doohan is a warrior you need to know about. During the final breaths of his life he waded through a burning mobile home and brought six of his relatives to safety. But his disabled grandfather, a man he considered his best friend, was still in the house. So Tyler went back into the…
Two men offer their perspectives on heroes for the first ‘100 Words on Heroes’.
Call for Op-Ed submissions: 100 words on heroes/heroism.
Not all superheroes wear tights, and not all superpowers are BIG. See this guy use his awesome-but-simple power for good.
Four stories up, a man’s life hangs in balance as he perches precariously on a window ledge while smoke billows outward. Two neighbors try desperately to help him before firefighters arrive. The video tells all.
This is a comment by Shalom Ormsby on the post “The Aftermath: What I Learned from the Boston Bombings”.
Lisa Hickey was changed by the bombings, in unexpected ways. Here, she shares how.
Two senseless tragedies, one heroic father: Carlos Arredondo.
Caring deeply for Guantánamo Bay detainees is not un-American.
In case of a violent attack, J. A. Drew Diaz says that it’s time to embrace the corollary to the Boy Scout motto: be prepared to fight back.