On Friday, a high school student shared on Facebook a photo of her school lunch: a handful of baby carrots, a hot dog bun with melted cheese, and a cup of marinara sauce.
A photo of a custodian comforting an overwhelmed fourth-grader, who has autism, is going viral and shows how a little compassion can change a child's entire day.
A woman unintentionally swallowed her engagement ring while dreaming she was keeping it away from villains — and ultimately required surgery to remove it.
A bus driver is being praised after a photo of her helping a student cope on his first day of school was shared on social media.
A nine-year veteran of broadcast journalism struck back at a viewer after he offered her some nasty, unsolicited fashion advice.
According to a parent, "straight kids" entered the meeting, holding hands, while shouting, "This is what's right!"
A Florida mom took to Facebook to publicly thank a Disney's Animal Kingdom employee who helped her cope with her claustrophobia so she could enjoy a ride with her two children on Monday.
Employees at a Chinese restaurant in Tennessee were filmed with buckets and rags, washing cookware, pots, and a grill top in a lake.
A mother says that her son has formed an "inseparable bond" with a student, who has autism, on the first day of school after he held the boy's hand while he was crying.
A Facebook event hopes to trigger "Murphy's Law" by having residents wash their cars to cause it to rain and end the drought in Arizona.
The winner of Ms. Nevada 2019, a vocal supporter of Donald Trump, claims that she was stripped of her title and disqualified from the upcoming Ms. America Pageant due to voicing her conservative values on social media.
A customer at a Pa. restaurant shared photos of a sweet exchange between an Eat'n Park server and a 91-year-old customer.
Amanda Jo Jones was abandoned as a baby in a Georgia dumpster. She's intent on finding the guardian angels who pulled her out.
Judd and Bethany Davis found out about a shooting at their son's school in Alabama while reporting on it for a local news station.
There isn't a day when I don't come across comments from bots on Instagram . They're all over the place. But there's nothing they love more than to spam high-profile pages with millions of followers. Whether it's LeBron James, Kim Kardashian, ESPN or Ariana Grande, their posts are often the target of comments such as "We gonna ignore the fact that I've GOT A HUGE BOOTY?" or "DON'T LOOK at my STORY, if you don't want to M A S T U R B A T E !" Behind these, are fake accounts featuring pictures and videos of naked and half-naked women, whose primary goal is to get people to sign up for shady porn sites. This has become a serious problem for Instagram, one that seems to be getting worse by the day and that the company needs to get a handle on, before it gets more out of control.
A six-year-old's mother, in honor of his first day of school, said she would make him any shirt he wanted. After thinking, he said he wanted a shirt that read, "I will be your friend."
A protest outside of Facebook on National Orgasm Day was just the latest pushback effort on the part of sex-positive feminist activists who say that all sexual pleasure should be equal.
Last month, a teacher in Texas started a Facebook group, Support A Teacher, where she hoped her fellow educators would help purchase back-to-school items on other people's lists.
A mother said her "heart dropped" when she saw police officers interacting with her sons—until she realized that they were asking to join their basketball game.
Video shared on Facebook shows a piece of chicken that not only begins to twitch but appears to hoist itself up and drag itself off the table.