Wednesday's Child: LeBronNine-year-old LeBron is a daredevil.
Wednesday's Child: SymarSymar is a 16-year-old who loves performing.
New Beatles Documentary Shares Stories From Band, Reporter Along For RideIt's called 'Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years,' and it promises to tell the story you don't know about the biggest band that ever was. You'll recognize another guy who had a ticket to ride with the Fab Four.
Wednesday's Child: YanerieFourteen-year-old Yanerie loves performing and says she wants to go to Juliard one day.
Wednesday's Child: GiannaGianna may be 13, but she is very serious about her dreams for her career.
Wednesday's Child: NeilekTen-year-old Neilek is into sports, especially football.
Wednesday's Child: TerellEven at 20 years old, Terrel hasn't given up home of finding a permanent family.
Poll: 50 Percent Would Be Embarrassed By Trump As PresidentWhile Hillary Clinton has high marks on experience, she and Donald Trump share similar marks on dishonesty.
Wednesday's Child: AkeishaTen-year-old Akeisha loves fashion, especially when it means giving someone a makeover.
Wednesday's Child: LorettaEighteen-year-old Loretta says she hasn't given up hope of finding a forever family.
Wednesday's Child: Muhammad
Wednesday's Child: Jordan15-year-old Jordan loves competition and he's serious about his education.
Focus On Donald Trump May Be Hurting Other Candidate's ChancesIn the latest poll released by Monmouth University Donald Trump leads Jeb Bush two to one and Kasich has soared to seven percent of the New Hampshire vote compared to Chris Christie's four percent.
Wednesday's Child: Natalie and DavidEleven-year-old David is a sports fanatic. Nine-year-old Natalie is a dancer. Together they are looking for a forever family.
Wednesday's Child: CapriCapri is a budding artist and wants to become an ultrasound technician.