National restaurant chains are pulling out all the stops to get more business. TGI Fridays is launching a new strategy: offering unlimited appetizers. Chip Reid reports.
When an earthquake shook Washington nearly three years ago, tons of stone came crashing down at the National Cathedral. Chip Reid got a rare look at artwork that has not been seen in decades, as the stone carvers work to repair the ceiling.
The bestselling book “Unbroken” told the harrowing true story of Louis Zamperini, an Olympian and war hero. Captured and tortured by the Japanese during WWII, he returned to Japan years later to tell his tormentors he forgave them. Chip Reid looks back at the remarkable life of Zamperini, who died this week at the age of 97.
Chip Reid reports on Earl Hargrove, the man making sure the end of a parade doesn't mean the end of the line for parade floats.
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