Many local shelters reported an uptick in surrendered animals after the holidays, but national organizations say that gifted animals don't pose a higher risk of abandonment.
(FOX NEWS) - It's not your typical college New Year's party — more than 65,000 young Christians gathering in an Atlanta stadium to kick off a new decade with worship, prayer and Bible teaching.
Research shows only about 10 percent of Americans will stick to their resolutions. Here's how to beat the odds.
There's many ways you can re-purpose your Christmas tree after the holidays.
A Pennsylvania family let the holiday spirit inspire them to give an act of kindness to a waitress on Christmas Eve.
A garbage man gave a 2-year-old boy who waves at him on trash day a holiday surprise.
Out of all the gifts, the woman said that Bill Gates's donation to the American Heart Foundation in her late mother's memory was the most special gift of all.
For the fifth year in a row, Rock Star Pizza in Brownsburg, northwest of Indianapolis, opened on Christmas Day. The owners, Ron and Colby Mathews, confirmed to Fox News that the restaurant would open only if employees volunteered to work on the day.
A group of 13 women gave a Wisconsin waitress a $1,300 trip after she battled cancer alongside her sister.
Coffee addicts just got another reason to love their morning cup of Joe.
Salvation Army leaders in Maryland say a donor recently dropped thousands of dollars worth of jewelry in a red kettle.
James Leppi had something big to be cheerful about while working hard in the cold on Christmas night to help people enjoy Symphony of Lights at Merriweather Post Pavilion.
It wasn’t a case of no room at the inn, or this case the hospital, but rather of the baby just wanted to be born quicker than they could get there.
Albert Septien was told his cancer, likely due to Agent Orange exposure, would make this Christmas his last, so his cousin granted his one wish: snow.
The royal family celebrated Christmas with a morning church service.
In the throes of the Cold War, the Soviet Union was planning to test a massive nuclear bomb in the Arctic Circle.
Nine-year-old Kaiden Bryant-Samuel, like so many kids across the globe, just wanted to get his wish list to Santa. But this year, there was a problem.
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may be planning to give him “a nice present" such as a “beautiful vase” for Christmas rather than a missile launch.
One of the bracelets, a yellow-gold piece by Tiffany & Co., has been sold for $1,500.
Signs you may be experiencing "holiday blues" include fatigue, losing interest in activities you normally enjoy, trouble making decisions or concentrating, withdrawing from friends and family, anger, irritability, and sadness.