For many parents, seeing the ultrasound of their child can be an important part of the pregnancy experience. But what if one (or both) of the parents are blind? Now, thanks to 3D ultrasound technology, blind parents, too, can “see” their baby in utero.
World, prepare your handkerchiefs: This is Ruby Holt and she is 100 years old. For her 101st birthday, she only had one wish, and it wasn't a paid of Beats by Dre. It was to see the ocean for the first time. (Which doesn't cost anything, so it is a B- gift. Still emotional and inspirational!)
The wedding may have happened four months ago, but the video, which will likely bring a tear of joy to your eye, is just heating up now. And if you don't have a handkerchief handy, you might want to get one now. Trust me, it's pretty beautiful.
Last week the city of San Francisco transformed into Gotham City for a child whose request to the Make-A-Wish foundation was to be Batman. The world followed along on Twitter as 5-year-old Miles, AKA Bat Kid rescued a "damsel in distress," apprehended The Riddler, and made his way to AT&T field where he saved the…
Barbara Garcia, a resident of Moore, Oklahoma, who survived yesterday's potentially historic tornado, was being interviewed by CBS News about riding out the storm in the bathroom of her former home.
Your entire emotional spectrum, courtesy of Russia's dashboard cameras.
Tim Harris owns a restaurant called Tim's Place in Albuquerque, New Mexico and has won multiple medals at the Special Olympics. As far as his wonderful-seeming parents are aware, this accomplished 26-year-old is also the only person with Down syndrome to own his own restaurant in the entire United States. Harris has…
Stop the presses — there's some heartwarming news coming out of the NYPD! Yesterday, a photo depicting an unknown New York City cop giving a pair of winter boots to a homeless man went viral after the woman who took it (a tourist and fellow police officer from Arizona) posted the picture to the NYPD's Facebook page…
An army major returning from duty in Afghanistan gave his wife the surprise of her life earlier this week.
Here's something to restore your faith in humanity: The Emergency Foodshelf Network, which supplies more than 230 food pantries in Minnesota, recently received a plain white envelope containing a check for $40,000, enough to purchase 37,600 meals.