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Fri, Apr 24, 2015 2:05 PM
Hundreds of thousands of students in New York alone have refused to take federally mandated standardized tests.
Joan Price was determined to find someone to care for her beloved cat, Isis. She ended up finding people who do that and so much more.
Ever wonder how many balloons it would take to lift you off the ground? Erik Roner just found out.
Derby was born with deformed front legs and could barely get around, but now his owners are having a hard time keeping up with him.
'Prank it FWD' celebrates pets and employees with thousands of dollars in food and luxuries.
Wallflower children may just need a little extra TLC.
These rescue groups use humor to persuade people to adopt shelter animals — and it works.
The organization has revamped everything from badges to cookie sales to try to be more relevant.
Not only do two-thirds of the children's movies feature a character dying, but those characters are 2.8 times more likely to be murdered than characters in movies for grown-ups.
Gold we understand, but were frankincense and myrrh really wise gifts to bring a newborn baby?
Salvation Army Major Butch Soriano makes amazing record to celebrate group's 150th anniversary.
Keep these scientific points in mind and you'll be less likely to lose body heat this winter.
Two women anonymously paid off almost $40,000 in layaway accounts at Toys 'R Us stores — and many people copied their idea.
U.K. man uses a running app to spell out 'WILL YOU MARRY ME?' to his girlfriend.
In fact, the head of the Catholic Church recently said 'Paradise is open to all of God’s creatures.'
A small act of kindness pulled Suzanne Lea and her two boys out of their grief. Now, they work tirelessly to return the favor.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.