• Lucy McBath, National Spokeswoman for Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, is joined by faith leaders, gun violence survivors and others on the south steps of the Mississippi State Capitol in Jackson, Ms., on Thursday, March 17, 2016, to protest House Bill 786, also know as the Mississippi Church Protection Act, that would allow people to carry concealed handguns in public with no permit, (Joe Ellis/The Clarion-Ledger via AP)

    Mom of slain teen: 'There's no justice yet'

    Lucy McBath says the conviction of her son's killer wasn't enough justice. After the Parkland shooting, she decided to run for Congress to help prevent other children from being impacted by gun violence.
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    By Lacey Russell, CNN
    A royal wedding, US midterm elections and the Winter Olympics are just a few of the notable events taking place in 2018.
  • Dreamer or citizen: Can you tell?

    By Lacey Russell and Lindsay Benson, CNN
    College students Aldo Mendoza and Anthony Paz are best friends. They have similar lives -- school, work, hobbies.
    But while one has US citizenship, the other is is trying to hold onto his DACA status.
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    Ferguson affected us all, police say

    Police officers in cities across the country similar in size and racial makeup to Ferguson, Missouri, talk about how the Michael Brown case affected their jobs.
  • Yoga with cats

    By Lacey Russell, CNN
    Humans and felines have the opportunity to zen out together at Good Mews, a cat shelter in metro Atlanta.
  • Combating chemo with costumes

    By Lacey Russell, CNN
    A cancer patient at Northside Hospital in Alpharetta, GA copes with chemotherapy by wearing costumes and passing out flowers to others at her treatments.
  • Flesh-eating bacteria survivor Aimee Copeland rides her wheelchair down an Atlanta street with her service dog, Belle, on April 11, 2016.

    Life after flesh-eating bacteria

    By Lacey Russell, CNN
    Fleshing-eating bacteria survivor Aimee Copeland discusses the progress she's made since losing her arms and legs four years ago.