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Annie Perasa and her husband, Danny, are StoryCorps legends, first recounting their love for one another in 2004. Annie and Danny Perasa hide caption

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Annie and Danny Perasa

'I'm Walking Out With You Alone': A StoryCorps Love Story

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Fawzia Koofi (from left), Zarifa Ghafari and Salima Mazari are among the female politicians working to protect the rights of women in girls in Afghanistan. Scott Peterson/Getty Images, Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images, Farshad Usyan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Harry Golomski with Libby Stroik (left) and one of her siblings in 1991. Libby Stroik hide caption

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Libby Stroik

Remembering A Grandfather Who Gave Her A Sense of Belonging

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Louisiana ICU nurse Felicia Croft shared an emotional plea for people to get vaccinated. Felicia Croft/Willis-Knighton Medical Center via YouTube hide caption

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An ICU Nurse Made An Emotional Appeal For People In Louisiana To Get Vaccinated

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A man wearing a face mask walks past the Olympic Rings ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The Games are scheduled to begin this week in Japan despite a global rise in coronavirus cases. Toru Hanai/Getty Images hide caption

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Despite Positive COVID Cases, Team USA CEO Says Athletes Are Ready To Compete

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Hope, Tobias, Charity, Lizzie, Peace and Mary bring comfort to Surfside first responders and their families. Lutheran Church Charities hide caption

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Lutheran Church Charities