She was the girl we loved to hate -- nasty Nellie Oleson on "Little House on the Prairie." But now, through her activism, her one-woman show and her book, "Confessions of a Prairie Bitch," Alison Arngrim is beloved around the world.
The Good Girls Club
With a growing number of dysfunctional celebrity wives capitalizing on little more than bad behavior on reality TV shows, Cookie Johnson and Simone Smith stand out for being thoughtful, successful and generous entrepreneurs.
Veteran television reporter Sally Kidd is also a triathlete who is about to combine her passions for fitness, travel and adventure into a trek to Africa to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. And she's doing it for a great cause.
More than 25 years ago, psychotherapist Robert Levithan was diagnosed with HIV, a certain death sentence then. But Robert says he's always believed in the possibilities in life. In his new book, "The New 60," he explains how to outlive yourself.
She may have played a nasty, selfish child on "Little House on the Prairie," but in real life, Alison Arngrim is anything but. Find out how she's changing the lives of children across the country.
Norine's New Life @80 - Cane & Able
After several bad falls, I promised my family that I would use a cane whenever I was away from home. This depressed me because I associated canes with those ugly brown ones dispensed by the hospital after my three hip replacement surgeries. No, I don't have three hips. My artificial left hip had to be revised when I dislocated it a few times.After I acquiesced to using a cane, a friend...
John Bennett Fenn
Born: June 15, 1917
Nobel Prize-winning chemist who won the Nobel Prize in 2002 at the age of 85. His discoveries led directly to the development of life-saving AIDS medications.
"A Sexy Affair"
A group of seniors produced an animated Claymation video in which two seniors, Morty and Ethel discuss taking the relationship to the bedroom.