And she’s trying her best to contain every emotion.
It’s considered the pinnacle of journalism.
America is beautiful because of men like him.
His mission may not be on the battlefield anymore, but he’s still ready to fight for what he believes in.
When you pop open one of his cold brews, you’ll change a life.
Marine veteran and author Phil Klay hopes to change how we see war.
Veteran BT Urruela reminds us that being rare means being humble.
This is something every city needs!
For some, living in this world is hard, every single day.
She inspired everyone with this speech.
He was so surprised!
Age ain’t nothin’ but a numba’.
He hopes to bring clean water to everyone in need.
And we can’t help but agree.
What an unforgettable moment for her career.
These stand-out veterans prove what it means to Be Rare.
Watch as America’s News Feed Rare.us hosts a lively discussion on the young generation’s effects on this upcoming, groundbreaking election.
Even with no clear majority, this one candidate stood out as a leader among young people — while several have won over evangelical Christians.
With the campaign season on the horizon, an exclusive survey takes the pulse of younger Americans to see which candidates they like or don’t like — or don’t know.
The in-depth questions revealed interesting insights on race, religion, politics, same-sex marriage, climate change and the direction of our country.
Scientists say this winter was a strong signal that global warming is producing more extreme weather, but Americans are still divided on the issue.
A record-high Americans support same-sex marriage, and the Supreme Court is set to rule on whether gay couples have a right to marry nationwide.
Curiously, though, when asked if they are better off now than they were eight years ago, more people said yes.
Millennials tend to disassociate with organized religion or politics.
An exclusive survey asked Americans to rank common sources of dread.
The U.S. has more Christians than any other country — 7 in 10 Americans identify with some branch of Christianity.
Despite the responses to racial profiling, the majority of people still think cops will do the right thing.
When it comes to interracial friendships and romances, the differences between young and old is stark.
This exclusive survey reveals some surprising (and not-so-surprising) answers about the state of the country.
One third of Millennials support this punishment for President Obama.