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Americans Donate Over $120 Million to American Red Cross to Assist Japan

The American Red Cross announced that the public has generously donated $120.5 million to help the people of Japan following the March 11 earthquake...

68% of Americans Want to Be More Adventurous – Here Are the Traits They‘re Trying to Nurture Most

Seventy-six percent of Americans in a new poll said they considered themselves to be adventurous—but, the survey also revealed that a large majority (68%)...

New Research Says That Art Therapy Reduces Stress-Related Headaches By Up to 40% for Teenage Girls

Researchers were surprised to discover that art therapy reduced the amount of headaches that teenage girls experienced from school-related stress.

Muslim Cleric Who Hid 262 Christians During Attacks is Honored by the U.S.

The US State Department honored Imam Abubakar Abdullahi, an 83-year-old Muslim cleric who selflessly risked his life to save 262 Christians from certain death.

American Workplaces are Becoming More and More Casual, and Not Just on Friday

81 percent of Americans believe workplace attire has become more casual across the board in the last decade—and only one in five US workplaces...

Researchers Teleport Information to Be Stored Within a Diamond

Japanese researchers have succeeded in teleporting information on a quantum level – and it has huge implications for the future of technology.

Stressed-Out Americans Only Get 43 Minutes of ‘Me Time’ Per Day, But Solution May Lie in Their Backyards

Struggling to find a little “me time”? You’re far from alone because the average American only gets five hours of “me time” in a...

This American Man Defied the ‘Impossible’ With First-Ever Solo Trek Across Antarctica

Antarctica is a frozen, wind-whipped continent, hostile to almost all forms of life—except, apparently, a lone man from Oregon. 33-year-old Colin O’Brady just became the...

Tiny Sponges in the Bloodstream Could Greatly Reduce Cancer Treatment Side Effects

The sponges could also allow doctors to take more aggressive therapeutic action against liver cancer, too.

Hundreds of People Are Saving Feral Felines From Death in NYC By Adopting Them as ‘Worker Cats’

There are thousands of feral felines living on their own in the United States – and with some cities scrambling to control the increasing...

Dunkin’ and Baskin-Robbins Pay $2 Million to Bring Hundreds of Therapy Dogs into Children’s Hospitals

Though most people say that “laughter is the best medicine”, young hospital patients often find more joy in a wagging tail. So as a means...

Americans Donated 10,000 Pizzas to Voters Waiting in Long Lines on Election Day Thanks to Pizza Nonprofit

By the end of Election Day, Pizza to the Polls had delivered free pies to hungry voters at 576 polling places in 43 states.

Beautiful Music Video Made by Strangers Across the Globe Shows How Technology Can Be Used For Good In The World

Earlier this year, I was honored to deliver the closing talk at Italy’s largest TEDx event. My goal was to show that when used...

World’s Second Largest Coral Reef Has Just Been Removed From Endangered List

The historic conservational victory is credited towards the government's defiant stance against oil drilling and unsustainable practices.

Solar-Powered, Weed-Killing Robots Could Save Farmers Billions of Dollars on Herbicides

Instead of charging farmers money for blindly spraying an entire crop field with herbicide, these autonomous robots are ready to disrupt a multi-billion dollar agrochemical industry.

Ordinary Black American Didn’t Set Out to Change the World, But Did

On the first day of February, we want to take you beyond the stars of Black History Month–Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King, Jr., and...

Holocaust Survivor Indebted to American Troops Donates $1Mil: ‘First they saved us. Then … they welcomed us’

83-year-old Bernard Darty has always felt indebted to the US troops who took back Normandy – so now, he is finally giving back.

You May Spot ‘Forrest Gump’ Recreating the Iconic Cross Country Journey

Robert “just started running” the iconic cross-country route pictured in Forrest Gump – and he is doing it all for charity.

Women Who Served in Vietnam are Happier and Healthier Than Average American Female

Though it may seem counterintuitive, new research shows that American women who were shipped overseas to Vietnam are currently more happy than the average...

Hundreds of Whimsical Scarecrows Line the Streets of Amazing California Town

You may have seen scarecrows erected in farmers’ fields to ward off pests, but if you run into these lifelike sculptures on a dark...