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Dillie the deer was rescued as a fawn. She now shares a home with her adoptive family and has even inspired a book.
Upset about the racy tees at the PacSun store, Judy Cox put some citizen-enacted censorship into place.
Video: 5-year-old Daniel Mulligan has autism, and he's fascinated by garbage trucks. On trash day, he waits for hours just to see them go by, and he's even developed a special friendship with sanitation worker Manuel Sanchez.
Ultraviolet vision assists some animals in a range of situations, from following trails to spotting predators.
McKenna Pope shares her thoughts on convincing Hasbro to change the design of the Easy Bake Oven.
To isolate the genes, researchers combined two techniques to pin down the genes, including using fluorescent tags.
There are pros and cons to this non-surgical method of neutering a dog — but at least he probably won't have to wear a cone.
One survey found that 1 in 10 kids abuse prescription medications to boost their grades.
Forget what you think you know about what cats should eat and focus on protein and fats.
The shepherd mix has been returned to the shelter multiple times because of his unusual appearance, and he needs someone who likes him just the way he is.
Old-school finger puppets take on modern learning with this new tablet-friendly toy.
A photo of Virginia Detective Mac Adams and his 5 deaf dogs has gone viral, and he's using the attention to encourage others to adopt what he calls 'Velcro dogs.'
At 3 feet long and weighing 21 pounds, Pickles is a lot of cat to love, but this rescue kitty has finally found his forever home.
The jet's specialized photography pod shows high-resolution imagery of areas affected by the overflowing River Thames.
There are hundreds of dog breeds in the world, and each is known for certain physical characteristics and personality traits. Take our dog breed quiz and see how much you know about man's best friend.
The busy-tailed rodents are being captured in Moscow's parks and sold on the Internet, prompting police to increase park security.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.