Sue Martin, friend and former employer of Bowe Bergdahl tells CNN that she left a lamp in her coffee shop glowing for the entire five years he was held in captivity by t he Taliban. With the news of his release, she said she is "relieved and joyous" that he will be able to come home and turn it off himself.
After an unprecedented year of online hacking of people's personal information, New Day wanted to know– how can Americans prevent this from happening? We asked digital lifestyle expert Carley Knobloch.
After five years in captivity, Bowe Bergdahl will likely need months of rehabilitation and therapy before re-entering U.S. society. Psychotherapist Robi Ludwig discusses the skills he will probably have to re-learn. Ludwig says it's common among Prisoners of War to not feel the sense of heroism communities typically award them.
Bob Hercules was in the process of finishing his documentary about poet Maya Angelou when he received the news of her passing. He discusses the last time he was able to visit with her and the experiences he encountered while learning about her incredible life.