Sgt. 1st Class Joe Kapacziewski is the first and only amputee in Army Rangers’ history to return to combat, and he did it a stunning five times. He explains why he realized amputating his injured leg was the only way to maintain his active lifestyle.
New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg has written a book about the habits that shape our lives and how we can, in turn, shape our habits. Find out how our habits affect everything from our bodies, our businesses and our relationships.
He was living a glamorous, exciting and successful life as a network news correspondent. So why was he so miserable? CBS News reporter Jim Axelrod explains how he found the keys to making a mid-life correction and got on the right path.
She tried to enlist after the military after 9/11, but recruiters told the 46-year-old she was too old. So she just found a new way to make a difference, launching the largest military support organization in history.
The first lady of the Washington Press Corps reflects on her 60-year career and reveals her picks for worst and best presidents in history.
Meet the director and star of “The Way We Get By,” one of the most poignant documentaries to tackle the far-reaching impacts of war.
At the age of 41, she enlisted in the National Guard and found herself assigned to the same unit as her son! Now both are serving side-by-side in Iraq.
At 59, he’s the oldest jump master on active duty in Iraq. Col. Gallimore calls direct from one of Saddam’s old palaces in Baghdad where he’s an incredible inspiration to soldiers half his age.