Reflect at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum in Oświęcim, Poland - There are very few experiences on earth that can make you feel just glad to be alive, but a visit to one of the memorials/museums of the Nazi concentration camps is definitely one of them. This is th most notorious of them all. Today, the former camp is a stark but poignant reminder of past horrors. This will be one of the most heart-wrenching and moving experiences of your life.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A Bonner Springs man has the new nickname of "Miracle Mike". You could also call him "Grateful Mike". He's grateful to the people who saved his life. Mike Gibbons is back in the E.R. at Providence Medical Center, and a nurse and doctor are thrilled. "He's telling me 'Thank you' and that's just amazing to have that," said the nurse, Tammy Weitz.
Lt. Alexander J. Wedderburn, photographer with the 28th Infantry Division, First US Army, views the cemetery at the Hadamar Institute, where victims of the Nazi euthanasia program were buried in mass graves.