You can never start an addiction to caffeine and consumerism too young.
It was love at first bite for one 9-month-old who tried ice cream for the first time.
A couple in St. Louis who had been married for 65 years died on the same day just a few hours apart from each other.
“Jeopardy!” teen champion Avi Gupta used social media to help raise over $200,000 for cancer research in Alex Trebek's honor.
This 9-month-old went from being fussy to enjoying himself while “doing dishes” all thanks to his quick thinking grandmother.
Bill Schafrath, 88, and his wife Nancy, 85, died within five hours of each other in Wooster, Ohio, and held hands until the end, according to local media.
A hero shelter dog who donated blood to help save two other dogs has found a forever home.
A group of high school students in a club called Dreamcatchers made a 78-year-old hospice patient's wish come true when they arranged for her to ride in a hot air balloon.
A Chick-fil-A employee in North Carolina has gone viral for his superior customer service.
A group of adorable dogs with special needs played in the snow during the holiday season.
Daisy had been missing since Christmas, to Cooper she’s not only a companion but a service dog.
Ja’bari Gray is celebrating his first birthday as the New Year begins.
An Oregon grandfather of 10 came up with a brilliant way to spend more time with his grandchildren — he surprised them with a school bus that he had decorated and named the “Grandfather Express,” which he will use to drive them to school each day.
Bo and Sunny, the two Portuguese water dogs adopted by then-President Barack Obama, were some of the most famous four-legged White House inhabitants of all time, but they certainly weren’t the first.
So in 2016, US Army veteran Jamie Willis started the “Canes for Veterans Central Texas” effort. Since then he has made more than 200 canes using donated Christmas trees.
A 6-year-old girl saved her mother's life after she realized the woman was having a stroke on a plane.
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A central Texas man was overwhelmed by the response after he put out a call asking his local community to donate their leftover Christmas trees to him instead of throwing them out so that he could turn them into canes for veterans in need.
A nurse in Indiana posted a heart-wrenching and detailed poem on her Facebook, addressing a patient who recently died.
High school sweethearts Mike and Peggy Nipper underwent a successful transplant at St. David’s North Austin Medical Center in Texas just before the holidays.