Oprah tells her special audience to stand up and give themselves a big round of applause. "I think what you all did was a miracle," she says. "What the world needs today is a few miracles." With the holidays fast approaching, Oprah hopes that everyone watching the Pay It Forward Challenge will be energized to spread good cheer this season.

Oprah tells her special audience to stand up and give themselves a big round of applause. "I think what you all did was a miracle," she says. "What the world needs today is a few miracles." With the holidays fast approaching, Oprah hopes that everyone watching the Pay It Forward Challenge will be energized to spread good cheer this season.

If Oprah Winfrey could add Barack Obama to her "Favorite Things" list, we're sure she would! The talk show queen stood by her candidate at a rally in New Hampshire on Dec. 9, 2007.

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If Oprah Winfrey could add Barack Obama to her "Favorite Things" list, we're sure she would! The talk show queen stood by her candidate at a rally in New Hampshire on Dec. 9, 2007.

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Instead of aiming to be “light as a feather” or “the imitation of Barbie”, aim to be a leader…

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In Saudi Arabia women are barred from driving, even picking up the dry cleaning is considered subversive. Last spring, Manal al-Sharif, 32, a divorced mother of two, decided to take on the issue by posting on YouTube a video of herself driving the Saudi streets. Though al-Sharif was jailed for nine days and publicly shamed, she inspired a movement. An underground civil-disobedience ca

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In Saudi Arabia women are barred from driving, even picking up the dry cleaning is considered subversive. Last spring, Manal al-Sharif, 32, a divorced mother of two, decided to take on the issue by posting on YouTube a video of herself driving the Saudi streets. Though al-Sharif was jailed for nine days and publicly shamed, she inspired a movement. An underground civil-disobedience ca

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