A seven-year-old sea lion trounced a Georgia Aquarium trainer in a dance-off at the facility in Atlanta, video posted recently shows.
It was wedding bells at the newly-created Black Lives Matter Plaza Tuesday afternoon for two D.C. natives.
A rescue dog in Tennessee became a Fourth of July hero after alerting her owner to a house fire next door and saving a family asleep inside.
Residents at Victorian Senior Care are looking for pen pals to communicate with during quarantine.
It's nothing short of a miracle.
Two D.C. graduates from different schools have something in common, they’re both Harvard bound fall of 2020 on full ride scholarships.
An elderly man rides his motorized scooter from his home daily to visit his wife at aged care facility.
A lone manatee was seen slowly moving about a Florida beach, but those enjoying the same waters didn't seem to notice.
20-year-old Augie is the world's oldest golden retriever.
Leora Martin has lived through World War II, survived cancer and successfully battled her way back from a bout of pneumonia last year, learned earlier this month that she’s also a survivor of COVID-19.
A 93-year-old COVID-19 survivor got to experience the joy of her favorite soccer team winning a game once more.
The Georgia mom placed ice cream in front of little Ceci, asked her to wait, and then left the room ... leaving the camera on.
“It’s very exciting because this is what God’s called me to do,” Keedron Bryant said in an interview with The Associated Press this week, adding that “it’s just been an exciting experience to work with my mom.”
A Utah man decided to propose to his girlfriend using the game Animal Crossing when his original plans fell through due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The note reads: “BLM But so does yours. Thank you for your service. Breakfast paid.”
A Georgia mom shared a heartwarming story on Facebook this week after a kindhearted cashier went above and beyond to help her daughter.
A Georgia woman had been waiting 2.5 years for a kidney. Her friend tried to donate, but couldn't. The woman was able to find a match and her friend was able to help a total stranger.
Joyce and Don Hoffman were separated for five weeks after she tested positive for COVID-19.
A Massachusetts brother helped his sister with Leigh's disease slam dunk a basketball.
Before the pandemic, a bride-to-be did a “first look” with her kindergarten class and their reaction’s were priceless.