Little acts of kindness can brighten up someone's day, especially as life is so short. Ryan Reynolds completely made the day of 5-year-old Daniel, a little boy suffering from an inoperable brain tumor in Bristol, England. The actor is his hero, so it's so sweet that Ryan made the call! View Now
If you do something wrong to a friend, expect a bit of revenge! That's what Dara Dynamite did after his buddy Niall scared him silly. Now, it's Niall's turn to get freaked out, as Dara takes Niall to a haunted valley. Little does Niall know there's a surprise waiting for him!
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It's amazing what science and technology can do! National Geographic shares the story of finding out what a 1,600-year-old mummy named Señora de Cao actually may have looked like. Using forensic technology and state-of-the-art equipment, experts created a 3D image of her skull and a very realistic looking image of her whole body. It was also determined that de Cao was an aristocrat, and her detailed tattoos helped advance her story. See what else they discovered! View Now
It's unfortunately a familiar story in the news. A dog or a child is left in a hot car, and it turns into an extremely dangerous situation. Boynton Beach Police in Palm Beach, Florida made a shocking discovery after a good Samaritan called 911 to report a pit bull left in a car. View Now
Do you believe in ghosts? 44-year-old Steve Wesson was on his own in a cemetery at a Manor in Nottinghamshire, England. The ghost hunter heard footsteps and felt a presence but didn't realize exactly what was happening until he watched the tape back. Legend has it that there once was a married couple that lived in the manor in the 1400s that died of the plague and were buried in that very cemetery. Even if you don't believe in ghosts, take a look and let us know what you think!
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It's inspiring how much Eileidh Paterson has lived in five short years. In between battles with neuroblastoma, an infamously aggressive form of cancer, the joyful British girl hangs out with her BFF Harrison and feeds her ever-growing passion for all things Disney. Following in the footsteps of her princess heroines, Eileidh decides the number one "thing-to-do" on her bucket list is to "marry" her best friend! View Now
Anyone who knows anything about fish can see the big problem with this clueless thief's plan. Cool as a cucumber, he casually pockets several live fish from Acuario Guadalajara pet store and strolls away! It's only later that he eventually stops to grab some water for the unlucky stolen pets. In a surprise twist, shop owners were able to recover the lost fish! View Now
It's that time of year when temperatures soar, and it's dangerous out there for humans and animals. Although you should be careful not to leave children or animals in the car at any time of year, especially during the summer. The Dodo has tips for what to do if you spot a dog trapped in a hot car. You could save a life! View Now
It's the all-American, blended family everyone loved in the '60s and '70s. Four of the actors that played siblings on the show reunited for an interview and talked about the recent loss of their TV mom Florence Henderson. Watch as Barry Williams (Greg), Christopher Knight (Peter), Mike Lookinland (Bobby) and Susan Olsen (Cindy) reminisce. View Now
Wendy Williams got teary-eyed and was overcome with emotion when she addressed the empty seat in her audience. Williams stated that one of her fans Martyn Hett was killed in the Manchester bombing attack. Hett had tickets to her show and had booked a flight to see her live. View Now
It just started a few months ago, but The Good Cemeterian Historical Preservation Project is picking up speed and making a difference in people's lives. Andrew uses his free time to clean veterans' graves. It's a small way to honor those we have lost who fought for our country. View Now
John Legend delivered a very somber message of sympathy and condolences to the parents of a victim of the attack on Machester. Charlotte Campbell and Paul Hodgson are the parents of Olivia Campbell a teenage victim of the Manchester bombing. They appeared on the "Good Morning Britain" program to talk about their daughter who was a fan of John Legend. View Now
It's been a devastating week with 22 dead and almost 60 injured after a bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. Many of the victims and survivors are children and teens. Teen Vogue asked young people to express their thoughts about what happened to those so similar in age to them.
It's a light in the darkness after a heartbreaking few days. Queen Elizabeth paid her respects to some of the injured children and teens in the hospital after the devastating suicide bombing this week at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. The queen condemned the attack and thanked the hospital staff and paramedics for their tireless work. More than 50 people were injured and 22 killed in the attack.
Following the tragic deaths of 22 people attending an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, police have a suspected suicide bomber in custody. Many more are injured at spread out receiving care at multiple hospitals across the city. View Now
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Greater Manchester Police have identified the bombing suspect as 22-year-old British national Salman Abedi of Libyan origin. Abedi died at the scene after police believe he killed 22 and left many more injured. Police also arrested a 23-year-old man in south Manchester suspected to be connected to the attack. 18-year-old Georgina Callander, 8-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos and 26-year-old John Atkinson were identified as some of the victims who were killed in the attack.
James Corden and Harry Styles have a problem...a singing problem. In this funny sketch, the two can't get through some serious situations without breaking out into song at the most inappropriate times...like at a funeral, trying to disconnect a bomb and operating on a patient! Makes us want to sing too! View Now
One person was killed and 22 were hurt after a car struck them in Time Square. An 18-year-old woman was the victim who was pronounced dead at the scene in New York City. The woman was with her 13-year-old sister who was injured in the crash. NYPD officials reported that they have a suspect in custody. Officials said there was no indication of terrorism in this incident.
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In the midst of all the latest news about airline flights gone bad (like this shocking moment a man was dragged off a United flight), this flight is redeeming our faith in humanity! Aboard a Southwest flight, David Brian captured an amazing moment when a flight attendant mentioned the many families on the plane that had lost loved ones in the line of duty. View Now
Injured animals usually don't last long in the wild unless they've got backup. Just as lions are going in for the kill on this poor buffalo at South Africa's Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, in charges his entire herd to the rescue! Even ranger-in-training Oliver Lane's shocked at the impressive and unusual show of teamwork. View Now
Raising a family can be difficult when life gets in the way, especially if you're a single parent. Joanne has been raising daughter Gina and her brother on her own since Gina was 10 years old. Now, Gina wants to give back to her mom for her help during those difficult years, and she reads a thank you letter for Mother's Day that reduces both of them to tears.
Best friends Matt Meola and Geoff Hunter conquered the waves together for years, but tragedy snatched Geoff away just weeks ago. In memory of his dear friend, pro surfer and artisan Matt dedicates his custom handmade surfboard to Geoff and keeps chasing the passion they shared for the ocean. View Now
With life on the line, this Korean firefighter uses a dramatic technique to rescue a student about to jump from a high-rise window. It works perfectly, too, as he swings from an upstairs balcony and literally drop-kicks the girl to safety inside the apartment!
Unfortunately, there's not always time to gear up and rappel down an apartment building, so Chinese firefighters make do with with the classic "hug."
Emily feels like she doesn't have the best connection with her body after battling anorexia for more than 10 years. Sad about what she put her body through, she decides to write a letter of apology. The eating disorder put strain on her heart and resulted in colon failure. Complications from surgery put her into a coma and on life support, but Emily was able to make a full recovery. Now, she's committed to taking care of herself and loving her body again.
Sometimes we just need a sign. For Marie Robinson, it's been three long years since she lost her 4-year-old son Jack to brain cancer, according to The Dodo. While visiting his grave to mark the anniversary, she had an amazing encounter that has made her believe his spirit does live on. While sitting near his grave, she felt a robin (how similar to her last name) fly onto her shoe, showing no fear. It then perched directly on her finger. View Now