Navy Lieutenant Mark Radlinski speaks with his brother, Lieutenant Luke Radlinski, about Mark's deployment to Iraq and his homecoming.
Stacy Thedans remembers the last phone conversation she had with her mother on the morning of September 11, 2001.
Erin Ryan remembers her father, Congressman Leo Ryan, who was assassinated in 1978 while on a fact-finding mission to Jonestown, Guyana.
Andrea Doctor remembers her husband, Johnny Doctor Jr., who was killed at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. Doctor was an information systems technician first class in the United States Navy.
Congressman Raul Grijalva talks to his daughter Marisa about his mother's influence on his education.
Secretary of the Interior, Kenneth Salazar (R) and his brother, Congressman John Salazar (L), talk about growing up in a family of eight children.
Racquel Kelley talks about working at the Pentagon on the morning of September 11, 2001. At the time, Kelley was the mother of an 8-month-old son.
John Yates was working at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. His office sustained a near-direct hit from American Airlines Flight 77, and Yates suffered burns on almost 40 percent of his body.
Allen Hoe remembers meeting Major Paula Couglin, an Army nurse, at the 2005 Memorial Day services in Washington, D.C. Hoe's son, First Lieutenant Nainoa Hoe, was killed in Iraq earlier that year.
Tim Russert interviews fellow Buffalo-native, James T. Molloy, retired doorkeeper of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Caroline Satchel and her sister Janice Morris talk about being identical twins.
Peggy Edwards to her granddaughter, Cinema Wood.
Charlie Brotman tells his friend Tom Wiener about his first day as a baseball announcer.
Ukrainian immigrants Slava Leykin and her husband, Leon, talk about their business.
Ezra Awumey to his grandfather, Sam Harmon.