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5 Rare Tiger Cubs Born in St. Louis (Video)

Five rare amur tiger cubs have been born at the Saint Louis Zoo. The zoo says the critically endangered Amur tigers, born less than...

Louise Hay Built a Healing Empire, After She Healed Herself (1926–2017)

Self-Help pioneer Louise Hay published her first book, Heal Your Body, in 1976 (at age 50) long before it was fashionable to discuss the...

Good News in History, April 29

120 years ago, the musician and composer Duke Ellington, one of the most influential jazz musicians of all time, was born in Washington, DC....

Good News in History, March 28

75 years ago today, a Swedish housewife in her mid-30s, Astrid Lindgren, sprained her ankle so bad that she was confined to bed and...

Good News in History, March 10

215 years ago today, France transferred ownership of the Louisiana Territory to the U.S. in a ceremony in St. Louis. The US bought 828,000 square...

eBay Seller is Moved to Tears Over Heartfelt Thank-You Note From 86-Year-old Who Bought VHS Player

Most eBay bidders just leave online reviews for their purchases, but this 86-year-old man is melting hearts across the internet with his heartfelt letter.

Good News in History, February 12

95 years ago today, George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, a mix of classical music with modern effects written for piano and jazz band, premiered...

86-Year-old Has Lost 120 Pounds Simply By Walking Around Her One-Bedroom Apartment

An 86-year-old woman has proved that you don't need to buy an expensive gym membership—or even leave your house— in order to get healthy. Jessica...

Good News in History, November 28

Happy 75th Birthday to singer-songwriter and composer Randy Newman. Best known for his distinctive voice and film scores for 8 Pixar films—as well as...

Good News in History, October 28

Today is the 78th anniversary of the day when Greece replied to Fascist demands with an emphatic NO. It commemorates the rejection by Greek...

Good News in History, October 24

80 years ago today, the 40-hour work week was enacted by U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt with the Fair Labor Standards Act. The legislation established...

Good News in History September 23

Happy 75th Birthday to Spanish singer and songwriter Julio Iglesias. The Grammy-award winner in 2013 was the Latin artist who sold the most records...

America Actually Voted on the Most Fabulous Public Restrooms – Here’s Where They Are (Photos)

You are now invited to vote on which of these dazzling bathrooms deserve to be named the Best Restroom in America.

Good News in History, July 23

35 years ago today, an Air Canada 767 jet ran out of fuel at 41,000 feet elevation but, thanks to the pilot's experience in...

Police Officer Finally Gets Ice Cream Truck So He Can Give Away Free ‘Copsicles’

These sweet police officers are redefining the phrase “protect and serve” now that they’ve got their own ice cream truck. Thanks to the efforts of...

Lyft is Giving Free Rides to Cancer Patients Headed to Medical Appointments

These cancer patients will no longer have to worry about finding transportation to their medical appointments.

Good News in History, June 10

  On this day 96 years ago, Judy Garland, the singer and actress who played ‘Dorothy’ in the Wizard Of Oz, was born in Minnesota. Named...

US City Long Known for Coal Announces Pledge to Pursue 100% Renewable Energy

St Louis, a city that currently gleans about 80% of its energy from coal-powered sources, has just announced its plans to became 100% dependent...

Today’s Teens Might Be Better Law-Abiding Citizens Than Any Generation in 60 Years

More than a decade of data reveals that American teens have become far less likely to abuse alcohol, nicotine, and illicit drugs, and less...

Watch Groom’s Emotional Response to Seeing Bride Finally Walk Down The Aisle

This kickboxing instructor may be tough in the ring, but his emotional response to seeing his bride is contagiously overwhelming.