Poppy Harlow talks to Heather Abbott, who is running just a year after losing her leg in the Boston Marathon bombings.
CNN's Poppy Harlow reports at the scene of a gas explosion in New York City's East Harlem, with the latest casualty figures from Mayor Bill DiBlasio's office.
After seeing CNN's Poppy Harlow's story on 14-year-old armless kicker Isaac Lufkin, NFL officials invited him to the Super Bowl, where he received VIP treatment.
At MetLife Stadium he got to go on the field before the game to watch the players warm up, he shook hands with superstar actors and was feted in a luxury box. And then President Bill Clinton stopped by to say hello.
CNN's Poppy Harlow meets a unique high school football star with big dreams.
Despite the efforts of a 50-year-old "War on Poverty," income inequality has grown across America in recent years. CNN's Poppy Harlow tracks the story of one woman, stuck in poverty for years.
Seven months after losing her left leg in the Boston marathon bombing, Heather Abbott is a strong survivor - not just re-learning to walk, but thriving with four-inch heels, and a renewed sense of confidence and dignity. CNN's Poppy Harlow reports.
Politicians, drugs, and alcohol - it's a mix all too familiar in recent weeks, as Toronto mayor Rob Ford admits to smoking crack and Rep. Trey Radal was caught with cocaine. Boston's next mayor has his own struggles with alcohol, but after 18 years sober, Marty Walsh, a one-time functioning alcoholic, is headed to city hall. CNN's Poppy Harlow reports.
Many are still rebuilding their town's infrastructure, businesses and lives one year after Sandy hit the Northeast.
Howard Schultz is not afraid of jumping into the fray. The CEO of Starbucks has weighed in on another political fight - this time writing a petition to Washington and posting it in stores across the country. CNN's Poppy Harlow reports.