People can't stop watching a moving Facebook video showing the bond between a disabled boy and Winnie the Pooh.
The 5-year-old leukemia patient who captivated the world five years ago today with his wish to be Batkid for a day is now a 10-year-old cancer survivor who loves playing little league and helping on his family’s farm. The Make-A-Wish Foundation, the non-profit organization that granted Miles Scott's dream by turning San Francisco into Gotham, posted an update on Miles on the fifth anniversary of his wish.“Now 10 years old and in fifth grade, Miles loves science and robotics,” the organization said in the update on its website. On Nov. 15, 2013, Miles was cheered on in San Francisco by thousands of people who turned out to support him as he helped solve a crime to save the city.
Ella, a border collie, stayed amid the smoke and rubble for almost two days. The family wasn't sure if Ella would survive the flames.
The “Malcolm in the Middle” actor has a cat that managed to turn on a faucet while Muniz was traveling. The result wasn’t cute.
“I know it's not the $1.6 billion dollars, but here is what we have to offer you,” one nurse told the two recipients.
They're generous, but unnecessary. Stacks of unneeded supplies aren't what evacuees of California's deadly Camp Fire need right now.
Washington State head coach Mike Leach's June tweet of a Barack Obama conspiracy video cost the university an estimated $1.6 million in donations, according to The Seattle Times.
A Utah police officer is being called a hero this week after photos of him helping a young mother with her baby went viral.
BERLIN (AP) — A leading German far-right politician defended herself Friday against suggestions she might have knowingly accepted illegal campaign donations.
Coach Sekoe White of the Mississippi School for the Deaf was recently recorded by a fan as he used American Sign Language to communicate with his team. “Being deaf or visually impaired is no excuse not to succeed," White told "GMA." "We can do anything in this life but it requires extra hard work! Basketball is one area where success can happen. Teaching this mindset is the reason I choose to coach these boys.”The footage was shared after Mississippi School for the Deaf took on Jackson Preparatory School.
This Sunday marks 40 years since 900 Americans died in the jungles of Central America in what became known as the "Jonestown massacre."
The former First Lady, Michelle Obama, launched a bomb collection of empowering clothes and accessories to celebrate her memoir, "Becoming."