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iReporter films storm on airborne cameraupdated Wed Feb 12 2014 19:18:56

An iReporter captured the ice storm over North Carolina with a camera mounted on an unmanned aircraft.

Cosplay twist at Dragon Con 2013updated Mon Sep 02 2013 13:20:12

A cosplay twist sees a new trend at Dragon Con 2013. CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva reports.

iReport on India draws global attentionupdated Wed Aug 21 2013 14:50:09

Responses from around the world are pouring in regarding an American woman's story of sexual harassment in India.

Jack Black enjoys capes at Comic-Conupdated Fri Jul 19 2013 19:12:08

Actor Jack Black appears in an iReport interview at San Diego's Comic-Con. Here's how you can post your own.

Boy with autism wins CNN iReport awardupdated Wed Jun 26 2013 14:24:14

KTIV's Sarah Te Slaa reports on how a boy with autism used his charm to make a difference and win a CNN iReport award.

iReporter helps search for victimsupdated Wed May 22 2013 20:31:38

iReporter Juan Olivo survived the Oklahoma tornado and immediately began to help rescue those in need.

iReport Award winner: The Shoe Cobblerupdated Tue May 14 2013 17:26:53

Erik Olsen won the iReport Community Choice Award for his video of Henry Linder, a shoe cobbler in North Carolina.

Priest shares view on conclaveupdated Tue Mar 12 2013 21:02:44

iReporter Joel Camaya chats with Becky Anderson about the cardinals' conclave.

iReporters remember Hugo Chavezupdated Thu Mar 07 2013 19:33:00

Opinions varied about Venezuelan president as iReporters commented on his passing.

Snow photos worth scrolling throughupdated Sat Feb 23 2013 08:59:50

It being winter and all, social media sites are packed with millions of snow photos. Instagram alone has 11 million photos tagged #snow from around the world. We've seen countless more on Flickr, Twitter and CNN iReport.

A chat with the stars of 'Warm Bodies'updated Thu Feb 21 2013 15:04:47

Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer, stars of the hit zombie comedy "Warm Bodies," spoke with iReporter Paul Chambers.

Will the slap heard 'round the country have lasting effects?updated Tue Feb 19 2013 17:05:29

By now the story has become familiar, though it's no less gut-wrenching: A grown man is accused of hurling a racial insult at a crying toddler on an Atlanta-bound flight and then slapping the child when he won't quiet down.

CNN challenge: A Vine for your Valentineupdated Tue Feb 12 2013 11:57:25

CNN iReport is challenging users to submit a video Valentine using Twitter's new video-sharing app, Vine.

Travelers take aim at kids on a planeupdated Mon Feb 04 2013 14:51:56

Kids on a plane: Nothing incites readers like talk of other people's precious angels wreaking havoc in a sealed metal tube.

Shadows aren't just for groundhogsupdated Sat Feb 02 2013 13:41:39

Saturday was Groundhog Day-- the unofficial American holiday where we wait for a fuzzy rodent to tell us whether spring will arrive early or if we'll have to endure another six weeks of winter.

Surrealist recreates dreams in photosupdated Thu Jan 24 2013 14:41:21

Israeli photographer Ronen Goldman recreates his dreams in surreal photos. Here, he explains how.

1 in 800,000: Your 2013 inauguration photosupdated Mon Jan 21 2013 17:18:01

Cancer survivors: Mixed feelings on Armstrongupdated Fri Jan 18 2013 10:47:02

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Lance Armstrong has admitted using performance-enhancing drugs while cycling. He's already been stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and this week had to give back his Olympic bronze medal.

Who's who on the Internet? Who knowsupdated Thu Jan 17 2013 03:00:37

A dog tapping away at a computer keyboard turns to another dog and says, "On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog."

Armstrong's Oprah interview whips up a stormupdated Tue Jan 15 2013 13:00:09

Homemade survival kits battle the fluupdated Tue Jan 15 2013 07:15:32

The early flu season has spiked a fury of "germaphobia" across the United States as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that the flu has reached epidemic levels. Widespread activity is projected to continue.

Weigh in: Are you getting the flu vaccine?updated Sat Jan 12 2013 10:30:34

With the threat of the flu spreading across 47 states, every cough or sneeze within hearing range echoes like a warning shot and feels like a threat.

Surrealist photographer recreates his dreams in real lifeupdated Fri Jan 11 2013 16:45:52

A couple with fish bowls instead of heads. A magician who can make cards fly in a perfect spiral.

Marine: I won't register my gunsupdated Mon Jan 07 2013 10:58:54

Marine vet Joshua Boston writes an open letter on CNN iReport to a U.S. senator saying he won't register his weapons.

We're just like you: Readers support Asperger's communityupdated Fri Dec 21 2012 11:39:06

CNN.com assignment producer Michael Ryan recently opened up about his Asperger's syndrome, saying, "For the most part, I am just like you, just a bit quirky. All right, a lot quirky."

Why would someone own a military-style rifle? updated Fri Dec 21 2012 10:38:18

One of the three guns Adam Lanza used to kill 20 children and six adults at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, was a military-style semiautomatic rifle known as an AR-15. That surprised and shocked a lot of people unfamiliar with America's gun culture. They questioned why such weapons are available and why anyone would need them.

From my home to the House: How to fix the fiscal cliffupdated Mon Dec 03 2012 11:45:48

The clock is ticking as the December 31 deadline approaches for Congress and President Obama to come to some sort of agreement over the infamous fiscal cliff.

Loving and losing a dog: Your storiesupdated Fri Nov 30 2012 14:20:17

Singer Fiona Apple's recent decision to cancel a tour to care for her dying dog, Janet, brought an outpouring of support from dog owners who could relate all too well to the need to honor their beloved companions until the very end.

In Sandy's wake, help comes in unexpected waysupdated Thu Nov 29 2012 08:00:49

Tourists become volunteer rescue workers. The connected provide power outlets and Wi-Fi. Performers lift spirits. Photographers preserve images. Doctors work overtime to keep hospitals running and patients alive.

New features for CNN commentsupdated Tue Nov 13 2012 11:55:17

If you've been reading the comments on CNN stories, you've probably noticed that things look a little bit different. We've updated our comment system to include some new features that will improve the discussion and hopefully build a greater sense of community on the site.

Obama, Romney urge unity, but how do we do that?updated Wed Nov 07 2012 12:10:46

At the end of a long and divisive political season, the speeches of the victor and the vanquished shared similar themes.

Obama, Romney inspire visions for Americaupdated Mon Nov 05 2012 15:19:44

"When hardship hits, America is at its best. The petty differences that consume us in normal times quickly melt away. There are no Democrats or Republicans during a storm -- only fellow Americans." -- President Barack Obama

NJ resident: 'Devastation everywhere'updated Wed Oct 31 2012 19:33:46

CNN iReporter Keith Paul gives CNN's Erin Burnett a ground-level view of Sandy's destruction in New Jersey.

Who's your daddy now, Luke? Disney + Star Wars = Quite a mouse-fulupdated Wed Oct 31 2012 18:03:39

Commenters on CNN stories have been mixing and matching highlights from the Disney and Star Wars universes, just like the rest of the Internet.

See damage inside cruise ship from Sandyupdated Mon Oct 29 2012 11:34:57

iReporter David Evans captures the inside of a cruise ship as it sailed into waters affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Apple's iPad Mini targets Goldilocks, but leaves some readers wantingupdated Tue Oct 23 2012 19:36:05

You've probably heard the story of Goldilocks and the three tech-savvy bears. Goldi is wandering through the forest when she comes to a house and enters, unannounced, in search of a mobile device to pass the time.

How to make the best of the Hajjupdated Tue Oct 23 2012 06:07:15

CNN iReporter Hira Hasnain gives some tips on how to make the best of the pilgrimage to Mecca.

Capturing the Orionid meteor showerupdated Mon Oct 22 2012 10:30:45

The Orionid meteor shower put on a cosmic light show for the Northern Hemisphere over the weekend. The Orionids peaked early Sunday morning as more than 25 meteors an hour streaked the night sky.

Messages for Malalaupdated Fri Oct 19 2012 11:02:10

Hundreds of social media messages from around the world were received by CNN for Malala Yousufzai, the Pakistani teen activist attacked last week by the Taliban in retaliation to her outspoken efforts to educate girls.

Autumn color around the worldupdated Fri Oct 19 2012 09:26:39

Mark Collier grew up in the mountains of Vermont. Every autumn, he would see an influx of tourists flood his state to get a glimpse of the brilliant fall leaves. He didn't get what the big deal was. "Why do people come to look at the trees?" he wondered.

Livestrong bracelet: To wear or not to wear?updated Thu Oct 18 2012 14:35:45

Lou Hablas has supported Livestrong for years and worn the iconic yellow bracelet in honor of his uncle, stepmother and friends who have lost loved ones to cancer. He also has volunteered for the cancer charity as a photographer at sporting events that raise money for Livestrong's programs.

Students in blackface re-enact Chris Brown beating Rihannaupdated Tue Oct 16 2012 17:39:53

It was a homecoming rally to cheer on the Waverly Wolverines football team. They were undefeated this year. Everyone was proud.

Superheroes and skyscrapers at New York Comic Conupdated Mon Oct 15 2012 09:45:37

Before the debate, iReporters square offupdated Tue Oct 02 2012 14:39:22

Call it the debate before the debates.

Stunning shots of Endeavour's final journeyupdated Fri Sep 21 2012 11:35:45

Tiny homes hit the big cityupdated Fri Sep 21 2012 08:59:05

Hari and Karl Berzins decided to build a tiny home for their family in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains to free themselves of the financial burden of owning a large home.

This baby Panda's a boy!updated Fri Sep 14 2012 21:22:48

A male panda is born at the San Diego Zoo. iReporter Chris Morrow tells us more.

LeVar Burton: 'Rainbow' fans 'legion'updated Fri Sep 07 2012 14:01:17

LeVar Burton is grateful to the fans of "Reading Rainbow", "Star Trek" and "Roots", and takes your iReport questions.

UN: Internet expression a human rightupdated Mon Aug 20 2012 06:08:43

The UN says freedom of expression on the Internet is a human right. iReporters explain what the Internet helped them do.

Missing Iowa girl's grandma: not familyupdated Mon Aug 20 2012 06:08:13

The paternal grandmother of missing Iowa girl Lyric Cook shares her thoughts with iReporter Anelia on the disappearance.

Picture perfect view of Northern lightsupdated Mon Aug 20 2012 06:07:44

iReporter Malcolm Park captures the beauty of the northern lights in time lapse over Ontario, Canada.

Joe Rogan is back with 'Fear Factor'updated Mon Aug 20 2012 06:07:23

Joe Rogan talks about the new Fear Factor; bigger, grosser stunts and takes your iReport questions.

Time lapse as dust storm covers Phoenixupdated Mon Aug 20 2012 06:06:21

iReporter Bryan Snider used over 900 individual pictures to create this time lapse of a dust storm hitting Phoenix

No one has forgotten your dad, Braydonupdated Mon Aug 06 2012 08:48:50

Monday marks one year since a Chinook helicopter crashed in Afghanistan and killed 30 American service members, 22 of them Navy SEALs. Many of the SEALs belonged to Team 6, the unit whose members were involved in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.

From graffiti to galleries: Street vs. public artupdated Fri Aug 03 2012 16:58:25

It starts with a squiggle on an abandoned building, then another, and another, until the once-blank wall is transformed into a mural. A tag from the author marks the final touch.

For immigrants, recent policy changes are personalupdated Wed Jun 27 2012 13:38:34

Nancy Ayala arrived in the U.S. 11 years ago, at the age of 9.

2011: Michelle 'Bombshell' McGeeupdated Tue Jun 26 2012 13:46:21

Chris Morrow interviewed Michelle "Bombshell" McGee - known for breaking up Sandra Bullock and Jesse James' marriage.

2011: Occupy Wall Street, day 23updated Tue Jun 26 2012 04:09:21

Anna and Rachel Otto documented a day in the life of the Occupy Wall Street protesters.

2011: Wisconsin protestsupdated Tue Jun 26 2012 04:01:12

Jason Seher interviewed protesters in the midst of last year's demonstrations for collective bargaining in Wisconsin.

2011: Ode to Bordersupdated Tue Jun 26 2012 03:52:21

Melissa Fazli shared her poetic goodbye to the Borders bookstore chain in 2011.

iReporter sounds off on health careupdated Mon Jun 25 2012 15:14:40

iReporter Mark Ivy suffers from chronic illness and opposes the health care law the Supreme Court is considering.

Watch Frisco pier partially collapseupdated Thu Jun 21 2012 05:31:42

iReporter Chris Bright shot this video of Pier 29 in San Francisco that caught on fire and partially collapsed.

A lesson from Rodney Kingupdated Sun Jun 17 2012 21:52:55

CNN iReporter EWillies1961 remembers Rodney King.

CNN iReport Awards nomineesupdated Mon Jun 04 2012 13:00:21

Check out the nominees in the 2nd Annual CNN iReport Awards.

Same-sex couples find their stride on wedding dayupdated Thu May 31 2012 14:58:07

Kathryn Hamm and her fiancée had no blueprint to follow when they were planning their wedding in 1999. Same-sex marriage wasn't legal anywhere in the country, and "commitment ceremonies" were mostly small affairs that didn't get a lot of coverage in bridal magazines or newspaper wedding announcements.

Quake rocks northern Italyupdated Sun May 20 2012 21:29:30

CNN iReporter Luca Martini is on the streets of Ferrara, Italy, after a 6.0 earthquake hits the North.

CNN iReport Awards: Commentaryupdated Fri May 18 2012 17:41:11

Check out the nominees for the 2nd annual CNN iReport Award for commentary.

CNN iReport Awards: Personal Storyupdated Wed May 16 2012 21:24:31

Check out the nominees for the 2nd Annual CNN iReport Awards in the category of Personal Story.

CNN iReport Awards: Interviewupdated Wed May 16 2012 21:01:29

Check out the nominees for the 2nd Annual CNN iReport Awards in the interview cateogry.

CNN iReport Awards: Compelling imageryupdated Wed May 16 2012 20:55:20

Check out the nominees for the 2nd annual CNN iReport Award for compelling imagery.

CNN iReport Awards: Original Reportingupdated Wed May 16 2012 19:57:17

Check out the nominees for the 2nd annual CNN iReport Award for original reporting.

CNN iReport Awards: Compelling imageryupdated Wed May 16 2012 19:24:27

Check out the nominees for the 2nd annual CNN iReport Award for compelling imagery.

CNN iReport Awards: Breaking newsupdated Tue May 15 2012 16:36:06

Check out the nominees for the 2nd annual CNN iReport Award for breaking news.

'Retaliation' in BJU suspension?updated Wed May 09 2012 07:59:48

Former BJU student Chris Peterman claims that his suspension was retaliation for his sex-abuse activism.

Bob Jones U. student denied diploma, alleges retaliation for activismupdated Tue May 08 2012 13:41:59

Former Bob Jones University student Chris Peterman expected to graduate on May 4. But on April 24, nine days before he was set to receive his diploma, the 23-year-old poli-sci major was suspended from school.

Names that flout convention: Advice for Jessica Simpson's daughterupdated Tue May 08 2012 11:55:37

Raphael Larrinaga was tired of sending out job applications and not getting a response, so he decided to try a different approach.

iReporter sees 'spectacular' super moonupdated Sun May 06 2012 10:23:58

iReporter Halldor Sigurdsson recorded the super moon from Reykjavik, saying it was great to see it light up the sky.

iReporter captures super moon over NZupdated Sun May 06 2012 10:16:13

These images of Super Moon were captured on May 06, 2012 from the middle of a farm in New Plymouth, New Zealand.

Autism awareness: Our brother Mattupdated Mon Apr 30 2012 10:36:28

In honor of Austim Awareness Month, Matt Allen's brothers and sisters share how he has affected their family.

2008: iReporter on near plane crashupdated Wed Apr 25 2012 17:57:50

In 2008, CNN.com's Nicole Lapin talked with iReporter Dave Gering about his experience on a plane that nearly crashed.

Critic, iReporters review 'Hunger Games'updated Thu Apr 19 2012 13:01:51

iReporters and film critic Grae Drake share their reviews of the blockbuster hit film, "The Hunger Games."

Lions, tigers and bears -- oh, my outfit!updated Wed Apr 18 2012 07:43:14

Animal print is as classic to fashion as the little black dress. But this spring, the orange-and-black look of leopard is heading to the back of the closet in exchange for cuddly kitten faces.

iReporter captures dust stormupdated Mon Apr 16 2012 15:39:11

iReporter Muhajid Latif capttured a dust storm blanketing Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Children with autism: Nothing for grantedupdated Mon Apr 16 2012 08:54:39

Watching a child take his first steps is one of the biggest milestones for a parent.

2007: On scene of Virginia Tech shootingupdated Mon Apr 16 2012 05:27:24

On April 16, 2007, iReporter Jamal Albarghouti captured audio of the Virginia Tech shooting as it happened.

iReporter captures tornado touchdownupdated Sun Apr 15 2012 15:06:32

iReporter Ben Jurkovich captured video of a tornado near Burdett, Oklahoma, and spoke to HLN's Mike Galanos about it.

And justice for all?: Debating the Zimmerman arrest and race in Americaupdated Fri Apr 13 2012 10:56:04

Protesters and activists demanding justice for slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin are no closer to closure, even with the news that second-degree murder charges were filed against shooter George Zimmerman. The charges were the latest development in a heated national debate over race and justice in America.

iReporter witnessed plane crashupdated Fri Apr 06 2012 17:47:47

Chandler Blake Ferguson says he saw the Navy jet just before it crashed into an apartment complex in Virginia Beach.

iReport pundits: 5 reasons why Romney can't seal the dealupdated Thu Mar 15 2012 14:41:44

Mitt Romney just can't seem to get conservatives to come to the altar and say "I do."

2010: Ex-Black Crowe talks oil disasterupdated Mon Mar 05 2012 08:38:41

The oil disaster in the Gulf struck a chord with former Black Crowes bassist and iReporter Johnny Colt.

Man films tornado hitting neighborhoodupdated Sat Mar 03 2012 22:06:55

A man films a massive tornado as it tears through his neighborhood in Henryville, Indiana.

Boy who lost Army dad inspires help for other kidsupdated Fri Mar 02 2012 11:31:38

Last August, a 10-year-old boy from Missouri wrote an iReport to CNN. Braydon Nichols asked that the world not forget his father, an Army officer who died when the helicopter he and other soldiers were in was downed in Afghanistan.

iReporters say 'I Am America'updated Mon Feb 27 2012 19:47:04

iReporters Lulis Leal, Jose Luis Morales Sotolongo, Omekongo Dibinga and Polly Irungu describe why they are America.

iReporter's Oscar pick: 'Moneyball'updated Sat Feb 25 2012 16:02:40

iReporter Chris Soriano had a very creative way of telling us why "Moneyball" should win Best Picture.

iReporters join first lady's Let's Moveupdated Sun Feb 12 2012 20:12:37

First lady Michelle Obama answers additional iReporter questions on the second anniversary of her Let's Move initiative.

Bobby Brown breaks down at concertupdated Sun Feb 12 2012 17:32:53

Bobby Brown, Whitney Houston's ex-husband, cries over her death at a concert. CNN's Josh Levs speaks with an iReporter.

What to do when your pet's too fatupdated Tue Feb 07 2012 10:07:00

A top expert in pet obesity answers iReporters' questions. Josh Levs reports.

Obesity epidemic strikes U.S. petsupdated Fri Feb 03 2012 22:17:43

Kim Stevens has a problem that affects tens of millions of Americans. If left untreated, it could lead to the death of someone she loves, someone who's part of the family.

Nigerian iReporters discuss uncertain present, and futureupdated Fri Jan 27 2012 12:00:32

As the rest of the world rang in 2012, Nigerians awoke to an unpleasant New Year's Day surprise: Their government announced the removal of a longstanding fuel subsidy that had helped to hold down gas prices in the largely impoverished country. Almost overnight, the price of fuel more than doubled, plunging the West African nation into mass unrest and bringing commerce to a standstill.

'At Last' is our song: Thank you, Etta Jamesupdated Fri Jan 27 2012 09:24:10

The familiar string intro filled the room. The happy couple stepped onto the dance floor. And as they took each other's arms, Etta James' voice began to tell the story of their marriage.

Man refuses surgery, drops 270 pounds updated Wed Jan 25 2012 11:14:39

Bryan Ganey slowly climbed out of his parents' car. Michael and Martha Ganey had driven their son to work because he wasn't feeling well -- for the past couple of days, simple tasks had left him short of breath and exhausted.

Meet some of our one million iReportersupdated Fri Jan 20 2012 17:49:14

CNN has reached a major milestone - with one million iReporters. Take a minute to meet some of them.

2009: Kepler telescope launchupdated Mon Dec 26 2011 07:30:56

iReporter Larry Kitlas captures video of the Kepler telescope as it launched into space Friday.

The week in iReportupdated Fri Dec 16 2011 15:01:37

This week in iReport: Snake found in a Christmas tree, blind person wins photography award and protests in Colombia.

iReporters describe Cairo protestsupdated Tue Nov 29 2011 12:16:03

Two Egyptian iReporters give us an inside look at the front lines of the recent Tahrir Square protests.

Man arrested, Tased at Wal-Martupdated Mon Nov 28 2011 10:50:25

iReporter Ryan Casale captures footage of a Black Friday shopper at a Wal-Mart in Southington, CT, Tasered by police.

Swimming with the sharksupdated Wed Nov 16 2011 08:01:25

iReporter Jupp Baron Kerckerinck swims with great white sharks near Isla Guadalupe in the open waters of the Pacific.

The new iReportupdated Tue Nov 15 2011 12:17:49

CNN iReport's senior producer Lila King shows off the new CNN iReport.

Facebook, CNN come together to honor vetsupdated Fri Nov 11 2011 08:44:17

Veterans Day is dedicated to honoring our military servicemen and servicewomen, many of whom continue to risk their lives for the lives of millions. The efforts of these heroes and the sacrifices they make deserve our respect and gratitude.

For young Muslims, Hajj pilgrimage reawakens Islamic valuesupdated Mon Nov 07 2011 15:00:21

Each year, more than 3 million Muslims commit to Hajj, the pilgrimage to Mecca that represents the fifth and final "pillar" of Islam and the largest annual human gathering on the planet. Every Muslim who is physically and financially able to do so is expected to make this pilgrimage once in their lifetime.

So scary! Revelers team up for awesome costumesupdated Mon Oct 31 2011 14:14:50

Nothing gets people in the Halloween spirit like group costumes. Teamwork was the finishing touch of many iReporters' outfits -- whether it was a team of green Army men or crayons.

iReporters remember Steve Jobs' legacyupdated Thu Oct 06 2011 18:49:30

CNN iReporters express how innovator Steve Jobs impacted their lives and the way they use technology.

Afghanistan: 10 years, 10 perspectivesupdated Tue Oct 04 2011 17:04:51

Pinky promise may save young dad's lifeupdated Fri Sep 30 2011 07:12:06

Justin Boyles lay in bed, exhausted and depressed. His 385-pound body sank into the mattress with each breath he took. I have diabetes, he thought in disbelief.

Holding on to hope: Young and unemployedupdated Tue Sep 27 2011 17:54:46

Recent college graduates try to remain hopeful despite their struggle to find employment.

One tall order: 30-foot beer mug pyramidupdated Sun Sep 18 2011 15:42:33

Amateur video by Sherbien Dacalanio showing a 30-foot beer mug pyramid in the Philippines

Surf's way up in Californiaupdated Sat Sep 03 2011 21:52:39

Surfers hit the waves in Malibu despite a high surf advisory from the National Weather Service.

iReport + Mashable: Even tech-savvy souls need to disconnectupdated Tue Aug 23 2011 13:19:58

Army capt. to fallen pilot's boy: Your dad talked about youupdated Fri Aug 12 2011 10:57:45

An Army captain has established a college trust fund for the 10-year-old who posted an iReport honoring his dad, who died in the recent Chinook helicopter crash in Afghanistan.

iReport's double rainbows: 'Spectacular'updated Thu Aug 11 2011 14:48:10

Enjoy the most 'spectacular' rainbow imagery we've ever received at CNN iReport.

Army captain creates college fund for boy who lost dad in Chinookupdated Thu Aug 11 2011 10:10:30

An Army captain has established a college trust fund for the 10-year-old who posted an iReport honoring his dad, who died in the recent Chinook helicopter crash in Afghanistan.

Boy's ode to fallen dad inspires tearful responsesupdated Wed Aug 10 2011 15:43:12

The story of a 10-year-old who posted an iReport honoring his dad who died in the recent Chinook helicopter crash in Afghanistan has sparked a huge outpouring from CNN.com readers.

Fallen pilot's 10-year-old: Don't forget my dadupdated Tue Aug 09 2011 13:39:24

A week ago, 10-year-old Braydon Nichols started to think about his dad and how much he missed him.

Kansas boy wants the world to recognize his fallen fatherupdated Tue Aug 09 2011 00:54:00

A young boy in Kansas was among millions in America who watched the horrifying news this past weekend about the Chinook that went down in Afghanistan's Wardak province.

How friends, family spark handwriting changeupdated Mon Aug 08 2011 11:14:58

When Erica Olson was in the eighth grade, she and her best friend shared everything: clothes, shoes, gossip -- even their handwriting style.

2007: Tasered at Kerry eventupdated Tue Aug 02 2011 10:15:23

I-Reporter Clarissa Jessup shot University of Florida student Andrew Meyer being tasered during a John Kerry event in September.

2007: I-Report turns 1updated Tue Aug 02 2011 10:08:28

CNN's Anderson Cooper looks back on I-Report's first year.

2007: Viral video artistupdated Tue Aug 02 2011 09:59:37

Artist Phil Hansen talks to Catherine Callaway about how he sidesteps the galleries and brings his art to the Internet.

Five years of iReportupdated Tue Aug 02 2011 08:34:40

Once upon a time, in a dark corner of CNN's Atlanta headquarters, there was a messy pile of VHS tapes covered in remnants of packing tape. It was January 2005, shortly after an earthquake had triggered a massive tsunami in the Indian Ocean. CNN, along with many news organizations, had put out a call for footage of the event. With mailing instructions. Like, physical mail.

Treating the wounded in Egyptupdated Tue Aug 02 2011 06:34:44

CNN's Anderson Cooper speaks to iReporter Hunter Moore, who was treating wounded protesters in February.

2010: 194 countries, 194 iReports: 1 videoupdated Tue Aug 02 2011 06:34:08

In 2006, iReport was born. Today we cover the globe. Here are all 194 iReport countries.

Fearing scary diagnosis, man drops 175 poundsupdated Fri Jul 29 2011 07:11:13

Will Nevin had been dreading the doctor for years.

When you're losing weight, where does the fat go?updated Fri Jul 22 2011 07:25:31

Multiple chins, bulging tummies and flabby arms: It's easy to see where fat accumulates on the body.

'Potter' stars take a final bowupdated Mon Jul 18 2011 11:32:28

Cast members of the final "Harry Potter" movie talk about the end of the series and take your iReport questions.

iPhone 4 survives fall from skydiver's pocketupdated Mon Jul 18 2011 07:13:34

Jarrod McKinney's iPhone 4 -- a notoriously fragile device -- cracked when his 2-year-old knocked it off a bathroom shelf.

300-plus pound student exercised in secretupdated Fri Jul 15 2011 07:58:59

When Jamil Macias looked down at his new sports uniform, he felt embarrassed by the size on his tag -- he knew it was the largest one on his middle-school baseball team.

Quiz: You are what you eat?updated Fri Jul 08 2011 19:13:29

As part of CNN's Defining America project, CNN iReport is conducting a cultural census. We're asking people to share a self-portrait, show off their handwriting, tell us what they typically eat for dinner, and more. This quiz on stereotypes is part of our series focusing on what foods people across America typically eat.

Remembering 'Fudgie': Shy man to confident soldierupdated Mon Jul 04 2011 08:25:43

For most of his life, Marlon Jackson was shy. He was the kind who would stand in the corner at a party swaying side-to-side, quietly sipping on a beer while others danced and socialized.

Remembering our fallen: Spc. Marlon Jacksonupdated Mon Jul 04 2011 08:22:22

For most of his life, Marlon Jackson was shy. He was the kind who would stand in the corner at a party swaying side-to-side, quietly sipping on a beer while others danced and socialized.

What can you tell about a person from their picture?updated Fri Jul 01 2011 09:17:02

As part of CNN's Defining America project, CNN iReport is conducting a cultural census. We're asking people to share a self-portrait, show off their handwriting, tell us what they typically eat for dinner, and more. This quiz on stereotypes is part of our series focusing on the self-portrait project.

Why we portray ourselves the way we doupdated Wed Jun 29 2011 09:42:42

Starting in March of this year, CNN iReport asked people from around the United States to help CNN define America. CNN wanted to know what you look like, what you eat, how you get around town, your accent and your handwriting style. In less than three months, we received submissions from all 50 states, and the iReports are still coming in daily!

In Facebook age, is camera-shyness a thing of the past?updated Mon Jun 27 2011 08:43:45

Marcus Krause has been a wedding photographer for nearly 25 years. He's always captured mostly candids of his clients' big days: the newly married couple's euphoria as they stride up the aisle, or a tender moment on the dance floor. But lately, that's been a little more difficult.

Nauru struggles to surviveupdated Fri Jun 17 2011 13:59:26

What was once one of the richest places in the world is now among the poorest. iReporter Johnny Colt tours Nauru.

Paper airplanes for freedomupdated Thu Jun 16 2011 10:41:00

iReporters create paper airplanes to symbolize the fight for freedom in the battle to end modern slavery.

'Green Lantern's' lightupdated Wed Jun 15 2011 16:24:07

Ryan Reynolds and cast talk about bringing "Green Lantern" to life and answer your iReport fan questions.

Stay groovy, keep in touch: Memories preserved in yearbook messagesupdated Fri Jun 10 2011 19:36:25

Dogs surf for charityupdated Mon Jun 06 2011 07:33:50

Spectators and canines hit the beach for the sixth annual Loews Surf Dog Competition.

Blind AIDS survivor discovers vision beyond sightupdated Fri Jun 03 2011 10:32:53

Some of Kurt Weston's self-portraits feature shapeless eyes hiding behind amorphous glasses. Others are marred with spidery, distorting streaks.

The next 'giant leap' for mankindupdated Tue May 31 2011 15:57:55

CNN's Anjali Rao on iReporters' ideas for the next "giant leap" for mankind.

Homemade signs display wide range of emotion after Joplin tornadoupdated Tue May 31 2011 07:46:38

Photographer Christina Patton noticed something unusual while she was documenting tornado damage in Joplin, Missouri: signs. Lots of them.

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