A Virginia woman who has already fed more than 5,000 people with food insecurity has a goal of feeding 30,000 people by her 30th birthday next September.
Cat proves it has 9 lives by dodging traffic on a Russian highway for several minutes before being scooped up by a benevolent stranger.
According to a new study, a healthy diet in the first 3 years of school is linked to enhanced reading skills in children.
A team of scientists have found that beams of light can help replace electric shocks for patients who suffer from potentially fatal heart rhythm disorders.
The state of California bans the breeding of killer whales in captivity. The whales are also no longer allowed to perform in SeaWorld shows.
California is on its way to becoming the first state in the nation with energy standards for computers and monitors, which account for 3% of home electric bills.
Costa Rica has hit a new milestone, running on 100 percent renewable energy for the past two months solid. It is an amazing achievement.
Scientists have discovered something about cancer that could make the disease detectable up to 10 years before it becomes extra problematic.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature has reclassified giant pandas from Endangered to Vulnerable, thanks to China’s conservation efforts.
Bruno the dog has become an iconic resident in Longville, Minnesota, thanks to his daily 4-mile trek into town to meet and greet with the locals.
A 2-year-old dog named Maya has become somewhat of a celebrity in Spain after refusing to leave the hospital where her owner is staying for over 6 days.
Dubbed the Holy Braille, this new product, using refreshable braille technology, will help blind people participate in digital culture.
Refugees and asylum seekers in Italy are aiding in the aftermath of an earthquake in three small mountain communities that killed nearly 250 people.
Tokyo is gearing up to take the stage for the 2020 Olympics. Taking an eco-friendly approach, Japan is hoping to create medals out of old cell phones.
Thanks to a generous Facebook post, a failing Fish and Chips shop run by John McMillan saw an astonishing 500 people show up for the amazing, authentic food.
Five-year-old William Evertz Jr. was going to use his allowance to buy a toy, but instead decided to buy sandwiches for police in his community.
Five-year-old Katelyn Vincik was born without a fully formed left arm, but after much research, her mom was able to find a printer – in the form of 3d printing.