Prince George’s police officer came home to find an elderly stranger in his yard.

Zion Harvey has new hands, thanks to an anonymous donor and a Children's Hospital of Philadelphia medical team.

A former elementary teacher started Kids R First, a nonprofit that provides school supplies to needy kids

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The former NBA player has battled alcoholism and poor financial decisions.

"To be the first person to touch something that’s been lost for 300 years is a magical experience."

Atlas Corps aims to build “a global network of changemakers,” bringing people, and their experiences, to the U.S.

By day, he owns a construction company. By night, he is a hip-hop dancer

Joseph Vodlan was inspired as a child in Slovenia to create art. See his work at the Slovenian Embassy.

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There may be a strong case in letting teams have a voice in how they're run.

"Thank you, this was great," Ann Trachtenberg can be heard saying the video of the surprise, as she hugged a band member.

A new type of yoga aims to make people happy, easing stress and improving health.

Biker clubs helped find the wedding ring for Rhonda Thill.

A Coast Guard helicopter pilot told Petty Officer Darren Harrity he was "going to be doing a lot of swimming tonight."

The manuscript and illustrations were discovered by Theodor Geisel's widow at their home shortly after his death. The result? A new Dr. Seuss release: "What Pet Should I Get?"

A growing online community is finding a sense of identity and purpose in a diagnosis that most people dread.

And also very cute, obviously

Some places pay as much as $1500 for a tiny looped video.

A historic moment for segregated cities, nearly 50 years in the making

Schelly Mitchell is determined to close the gap for a promising student who has no support from her parents.

In the West Bank, Ramadan nights involve praying, feasting and binge-watching “The Jewish Quarter.”