Esquire magazine profiles the Boy Scouts of America's National President, Robert M. Gates, in its October 2014 issue, on newsstands now.
The author tells a story about her perilous quest to find love in her late 50s. Then she meets the perfect guy, and, yep, he's an Eagle Scout.
Though her comedy was rarely Scout-appropriate, Joan Rivers, who died today at age 81, was a friend of Scouting.
A failed Eagle project sparked the Black Hills Cemetery Act. It's proof that what Scouts do matters, and sometimes it takes a few years to see that.
Eagle Scout Wes Siler published a piece for Gizmodo called "Boy Scouts Made Me The Man I Am Today, Here's How."
Eagle Scout Scott Berger is associate director of the "CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley," where he helps put out a 30-minute news program every weekday.
Navy Capt. Edward “Chip” Zawislak is a real-life superhero, and he learned those skills in Scouting. Zawislak, an Eagle Scout and Scouter with Troop 903 in Southern Maryland, rescued and used first aid on a woman shot during the Washington Navy Yard attack on Sept. 16, 2013.
A second-grader and Cub Scout bully learned his lesson, and now he's sharing an anti-bullying message that's sure to resonate with your Cub Scout-age boys.
Robert M. Gates will prioritize transparency, marketing, retention and recruitment, and continued program innovation as BSA president.
The Boy Scouts of America on May 22 elected Robert M. Gates, Eagle Scout, former defense secretary and former CIA director as its national president.