Operations chief: "I've never been more grateful for — or proud of — our teams."
Ten-year-old Orion Jean may be small in stature, but he has a big heart.
The generosity is amazing to see this time of year. Food drives and giveaways are being held across the D.C. region as Thanksgiving approaches.
The grocery store at Linda Tutt High School doesn’t accept cash. It operates on a point system, where students can earn points for good deeds.
A FedEx driver gifted an Ohio family she saw on her route often with a new basketball and basketball hoop in a random act of kindness.
After spending more than 700 days in a Colorado animal shelter, “Drools” the 4-year-old pit bull-boxer mix has finally found a forever home.
Just in time for Halloween, an image from NASA shows a very spooky sun.
With less than a week before the election, many businesses in the D.C. region are preparing for potential Election Day unrest.
One Maryland boy, who is known for his goofy antics, decided to give his mom a laugh by dancing along with an inflatable Jack Skellington Halloween decoration — and the likeness is uncanny.
While therapy animals are not a new concept, hugging cows in the name of wellness is gaining popularity not just in its origin country, but in the U.S. as well.
A Texas couple have been testing out several ways to create a socially-distanced and safe Halloween candy delivery system during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A former Idaho potato farmer who found fame on TikTok was gifted a brand new truck from the makers of his favorite drink: Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice.
A North Carolina family got creative when it came time for their newest member to be born by tailgating in the hospital parking lot, equipped with plenty of encouraging signs for mom and dad.
A Kentucky hospice nurse flew her patient to his son’s season opener football game, helping him fulfill a bucket-list wish.
A very happy birthday to the oldest living Marine, Sgt. Dot Cole, who turned 107.
Santos Gutierrez planned the mariachi concert when he discovered his wife was feeling down.
For a lot of kids, the idea of distance learning may be a drag.
Melanie and Tyler Tapajna were still dressed in their wedding attire when serving food at the Laura’s Home Women’s Crisis Center.
When Bev Boro saw Doris Crippen’s name on a patient care board, she immediately recognized the name.
A 100-year-old Marine veteran has survived a bout with COVID-19