He has photographed more than 90,000 gravestones, using his own pain to help others find the resting places of their ancestors.
With people already waiting for up to 11 hours to cast early in-person votes, “it’s pretty clear to me that there’s a need out there,” said Nasser Jaber, who is helping to organize the free food effort.
Doing her job with one hand feels natural to Savannah Stuard, but she knows it’s something unexpected for most patients.
The 16th century kettle arrived at Martin Goldsmith's home Oct. 11. When he held it, he was moved to tears.
“I am a teacher because I’m chasing the ghost of the educator I needed as a child,” said Eric Hale, who had a traumatic childhood.
After the war, Hal Halvorsen dropped chocolate bars for the children of Berlin as part of a humanitarian airlift. They soon started calling him the “Candy Bomber.”
Harper Wulms was 2 years old the first time she met Priscilla — a turkey with a rare condition, similar to the one she has.
“This garden is very important to me, like my grandbaby,” said Victorine Mbazang, who grows produce at Blair Road Community Garden.
The 2-year-old insists on bringing his skeleton in the car, to the store and even for a swim. He also feeds him breakfast.
“It made me sad to think of her sitting alone in a house that needed so many repairs,” said electrician John Kinney.
102-year-old Beatrice Lumpkin called this the “most important election of my life.”
Often, due to stigma, time constraints or confidentiality fears, doctors are reluctant to seek help for depression.
“After I was bullied and I felt a darkness inside of me, I knew I didn't want other kids to feel the same way I felt,” wrote Cavanaugh Bell, 7.
In a fire, dogs will often run into a smoke-filled house, rather than away from it, because they want to return to their comfort zone.
“Here is a friend for you, in case you get lonely," wrote Carver, 5, who donated the Baby Yoda to firefighters.
In a now-viral TikTok video, a shellshocked Derlin Newey, 89, cries with joy: “How do I ever say thank you? I don’t know what to say!”
Justice Ginsburg' letter to my daughter is a lesson in kindheartedness and humility.
“As a Black man I thought I had a necessary perspective,” said Tito Onyekweli, a first-year medical student at the University of Pittsburgh who was on the oath committee.
Houston Walgreens cashier Rita Jackson Burns had just $20 in her bank account when she loaned a customer $12. Her community responded in a big way.
He first spotted her in March when she walked out on her balcony. She saw him that night on his terrace, and said it was love at first sight.