Michelle Johnson has stood by her husband, Joey, through good times and bad. On their wedding day in June, he returned the favor by standing by her for their first dance.
It was a surprise for Michelle and an inspirational moment for their wedding guests, because Joey is a paraplegic who has used a wheelchair since August 2012, after a motorcycle accident severely injured his spinal cord.
With the help of his groomsmen, Joey had fashioned together a harness that suspended from the ceiling above the dance floor and allowed him to be wheelchair-free for the couple's first dance to "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri.
A mystery illness has caused paralysis in 75 children across 25 states. There may be a connection to the enterovirus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but they aren't sure just yet. CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Seema Yasmin says, "At this point it could be anything."
What should parents be looking for? Sudden weakness, arms or legs not working normally, and drooping facial muscles are all signs that children should be taken to the doctor immediately.
7-year-old Caleb Sowinski was chosen to represent his Cub Scout troop in a program for bicycle and pedestrian safety. As the representative, he got a ride to school from NASCAR driver Scott Lagasse, Jr. The story is today's Good Stuff.
Organizational confusion, gaps in training, a series of communication failures and more allowed Omar Gonzalez to jump a fence and enter the White House in a September incident that led to the Secret Service director's resignation.
The Department of Homeland Security published an in-depth review of the failures that allowed Gonzalez to run past several agents and burst into the first family's residence. Deputy Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas' findings were made public Thursday after lawmakers were briefed on its findings.
The report details alarm and radio systems that didn't work as planned, a chase foiled when Gonzalez disappeared into the bushes, and an officer who was supposed to release canines trained to take down intruders who reacted 11 seconds late because he was in a van talking on his personal cell phone, without his radio earpiece in place and with his second radio in his locker.