American Icons: Ralph Lauren

  Whether he's in denims, a tux, or a modern combination of both, Ralph Lauren is a true icon when it comes to fashion. Or as he prefers to call it – style.   Long before Vineyard Vines, there was Ralph Lauren. Since 1967, when he began designing neckties under the Polo brand, Lauren has made preppy not only fashionable, but hip while allowi...
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American Heroes: Our Veterans

  Sometimes the real meaning of Memorial Day weekend gets lost amid the backyard barbecues that will undoubtedly fill our time over the next three days. But it shouldn’t. Ever. While many of us will be able to relax at the beach or by the pool this weekend, there are those who don’t have that luxury. They are our men and women in the arme...
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American Icons: David Letterman

  What makes an icon? Setting trends, instead of following them; earning the respect of your peers; and achieving a longevity of excellence in your chosen field. Comedian David Letterman – the latest of our featured icons – can check off all three on that list. And tonight he bids farewell to a 33-year stint as a late night talk show host, ent...
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American Icons: Mothers

Mom - she’s the one person who has known you longer than anyone else. For nine months she carried you in her womb, forming an instant, unspoken bond. But that connection did not stop there. She fed you; bathed you; swaddled you; read to you; ran with you; and loved you, long before you knew what the word love even meant. Perhaps the most fam...
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American Icons: Tiger Woods

It's not often that a person makes it to an iconic status at such a young age, but the name Tiger has pretty much become synonymous with the sport of golf. At a very young age he showed tremendous promise as a golfer with his dad as his mentor. Did you know that at age 8 he displayed his extraordinary skills on Good Morning America?  He was h...
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