One of Canada’s most famed and respected public servants has a new job — at the age of 94! Just three months after retiring from office, Hazel McCallion accepts a new job helping shape her country’s future leaders.
For decades, Ken Hechler has served his country and witnessed the biggest moments in history. He interrogated Hitler’s top commanders before Nuremberg, marched with Dr. King on Selma and taught alongside Einstein. Now 97, he’s still making history.
Throughout his entire life, journalist and veteran Roy Rowan has been on the front lines of history. Now he’s trying to change the way history sees our aging population in his new book, “Never Too Late: A 90 -Year-Old’s Pursuit of a Whirlwind Life.”
Singer and songwriter Lee Greenwood is the man behind the most stirring patriotic song of our generation, and he says he’s more focused than ever on the state of our country.
Five years ago, at the age of 100, Laura Simon became a first-time author when she penned her autobiography “I Am Still Here.” Now 105, she’s on a mission to rally the elderly in this country to stay active and engaged.
Astronaut Clay Anderson is living proof of the power of persistence. It took him 15 tries to make it into the Astronaut Corps, and when he finally made it to space, he stuck around for five months.
Performance artist Rachel Rosenthal is an artistic visionary who has been pushing boundaries for decades, and the age of 83, she’s more passionate than ever about why she believes the arts are so important to all of us.
There aren’t many people like Bill Coleman. There used to be, but World War II vets are vanishing. Listen to his stories about jumping from a plane on D-Day and understand why his really was the greatest generation.
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.
She’s 110 years old and has voted in every Presidential election since 1920. Onie Ponder is one in a million.