The Remarkable Life Of Bryan Stevenson, From The Segregated South To Death Row-Defying Lawyer
In the second grade, Bryan Stevenson's school placed him in the slowest of three groups because he was black. Now he's a Harvard Law School graduate who's saved more than 100 people from death row.
How Ken Miles Helped Ford Beat Ferrari Before Dying Tragically Behind The Wheel
From motorcycle races and commanding WWII tanks to leading Ford to victory over Ferrari at 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966, Ken Miles lived and died in the fast lane.
How Carroll Shelby Built America’s Most Iconic Muscle Car And Became A Racing Legend
From raising chickens to racing Cobras, Carroll Shelby's high-octane life led him from East Texas to global fame.