At the Dec. 5 Bulls game vs. the Miami Heat, Chicago Luvabull Ariana was surprised by her teammates and boyfriend with a marriage proposal production. Tune in to BullsTV for more exciting highlights, interviews, and original content. Only on Bulls.com.
When the world tells you "no", you have two options: You can roll over and quit -- or you can trust your power. Derrick Coleman, running back for the Seattle Seahawks, trusted the power within. Although he's deaf, he never let adversity stand in his way, on his road to the NFL.
Darius Rucker was a pop superstar as the lead singer of Hootie and the Blowfish and has now found success in country music. "CBS This Morning" national correspondent Jan Crawford traveled to Rucker's hometown to discuss his career.
Basketball coach Kevin Ollie played professional basketball for 11 teams in 13 seasons and has now replaced legendary coach Jim Calhoun at the University of Connecticut. Ollie sat down with Gayle King to discuss studying the game and coaching the successful college team.
Derrick Coleman, of the Seattle Seahawks, is the only athlete in NFL history to play offense, despite the fact that he is legally deaf. Bill Whitaker caught up with Coleman, as he gets ready for a chance to break one more barrier: The Super Bowl.
Taylor Kirkwood, 18, has battled autism and scoliosis. Through some family connections, Seahawks running back Christine Michael said he would take her to prom. They both wore pink on the special night. Taylor Kirkwood, 18, has battled autism and scoliosis. Through some family connections, Seahawks running back Christine Michael said he would take her to prom.
To celebrate 2013, we invited some YouTubers to star in a mashup of popular moments this year. Can you spot all the references? WATCH THE TOP VIDEOS OF 2013: http://yt.be/rewind Can you name all the YouTube stars in the video? Did you get all the references to the top videos and memes of the year?
The reaction from 13-year-old Derrick Jenkins when he sees his mom first the first time in eight months is simply priceless. Lt. Col. Cotina Jenkins-Sellers just finished her deployment in Kuwait, and snuck up behind her son as he was at the free thrown line.
On February 10, 2014 a group of students from the UCLA school of Law gathered together to raise awareness of the disturbing emotional toll placed upon students of color due to their alarmingly low representation within the student body.
Classical Musicians Create Harmony with Young, Talented Partners
A program called Harmony gives free instruments and training to kids who would otherwise be unable to afford either. The program has brought in professional musicians to mentor the kids, who practice vigorously every day.