The War on Poverty at 50
Have we won or lost the war on poverty? Look back at how the war has changed over 50 years.
Acts of Kindness 2013
American Profile readers share acts of kindness by family, neighbors, coworkers and complete strangers.
A Visit to Christmas Town U.S.A.
North Carolina town rolls out the Yule log and lights up for the Christmas holiday.
Sears Appliance Repairman Composes Christmas Cantata
Kansas composer wrote dozens of songs while driving repair truck from house to house.
JFK: The President’s Life in Retrospect
Thomas J. Putman, director of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum, helps put JFK’s life into perspective 50 years after his death.
Nashville Flood Puts Mom on High Road to Better Life
Homeless mother struggles to rebuild her house and her health.
The Birth of Modern Cheerleading
Texas cheerleader synchronizes teams and creates multi-million dollar industry.
Cheerleading Pioneer: ‘Herkie’ Was an Accident
Lawrence Herkimer invents signature ‘herkie’ move, pompons and spirit sticks.