The unidentified pregnant woman seen dangling from a window at the Bataclan during the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris has been reunited with her rescuer. Find out how Twitter aided in her search and get the hero's recollection of the living nightmare that was that terrible evening and how he came to the woman's aid.
Moira Smith was a 9/11 first-responder who rescued more than 100 people from the Twin Towers before the second buiding collapsed and killed her. She was given one of Glamour magazine's "Woman of the Year" awards for 2001...but, now, her husband has returned Glamour's award, and done so with fervor. Why? According to James Smith's open letter, he is offended by the magazine's decision to grant Caitlyn Jenner the same award for 2015. Read on for Smith's full statement, plus Glamour's reaction.
A Montana daycare owner went above and beyond the call of duty in protecting children under her care last week. Her heroic actions left her face beaten after she warded off a reportedly drunk father from taking his three kids from the facility.
A photograph of 21-year-old student Godfrey Cuotto holding the hand of a man with special needs has gone viral after being shared on Facebook. Get Cuotto's take on what happened, including why he gave his mom all the credit.
Tonight, a patriot is probably wishing that Obama actually had taken his gun from him: the man managed to shoot himself while protecting a gun store from dangerous Muslims. Find out what an Oklahoma sheriff had to say about the man's group of freedom defenders; then, get the gun shop owner's take on the incident.
A Florida pastor is being called a hero after he interrupted his sermon to stop–by way of forceful tackle–a burglar attempting to rob the church. Read on to find out who the burglar held at gunpoint!
Texas volunteer firefighter Aaron Van Riper responded to a head-on collision Saturday, It wasn't until he arrived that he realized one of the mangled vehicles involved was carrying his wife and son. Find out what happened next!
Mother-of-three Erin Stoffel managed to escort her 5-year-old daughter, Selah, and 7-year-old Son, Ezra, off of a scenic pedestrian bridge in Menah, Wisconsin after a gunman opened fire Sunday. Stoffel then sent Ezra to get help amid the gunfire. She managed all of this after being shot three times. In the hail of bullets her husband Jon and 11-year-old daughter Olivia died. Find out how the mom, who is being labeled a hero, is doing and learn of the incredible last words her husband spoke to her.