"You are the best dog," his owner said.
"Timberwolf" once shaved his head to show support for an agent's child. "God speed," the Bush Protective Division said in signing off for the final time.
Kevin Booth went to his local food bank looking for the bread that is left outside overnight. Instead, he found a brown paper filled with cash.
“The results were really bad,” said her father, Raheel Mughal. “We were all crying. This was like the worst thing we were expecting.”
Riley's aunt posted on Facebook that the 4-year-old sorely missed his dino collection. Within days, boxes of dinosaurs started arriving at their doorstep.
What he represented – what he and Mrs. Bush represented together – was an era. A sense of caring, compassion and human kindness that washed over everything and everyone they touched.
The resemblance was uncanny — this man’s profile, his slight build, his facial expressions, his kind eyes, the way he stood, were all deeply familiar.
The Camp Fire left most of Paradise High's students and staff homeless. So Bob Wilson gave each of them a $1,000 check, no questions asked.
“It being Vegas and all, I figured it was gone forever,” Hunter Shamatt said about his lost wallet.
Each morning, Stacey Truman grabs a black marker and writes uplifting messages on bananas for students' lunches.