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Service Dog Who Can Fetch Food, Clothing, and Pay for Shopping Has Transformed This Woman’s Life

Sally Whitney also credits her beloved 5-year-old pup as the reason she has a husband and university research job.

When Two Dogs Became Trapped in Ice, the Perfect Russian Rescuer Happened to Be Walking By (WATCH)

When two Labradors fell through the surface of an icy reservoir earlier this week, they were lucky that a Russian free diver was walking by.

World’s Largest National Wealth is Now Being Withdrawn From Oil and Gas Stocks

Norway manages the world's largest sovereign wealth fund in the world – and they just announced the beginning of their phase-out of fossil fuel investment.

Rather Than Wasting Ugly Potatoes, Couple Uses Them to Make Scotland’s First Potato Vodka

Rather than allowing thousands of ugly potatoes to end up in landfills, this couple came up with a tastier solution for the misshapen spuds.

When Son Posts Photo of Sad Dad in His Empty New Donut Shop, the Tweet Attracts Hundreds of Customers

Billy By could not bear to see his dad standing behind the counter of an empty store, so he took to social media in hopes of drumming up some business.

India Gets Its First Ever Hospital for Abused Elephants – and They’ve Already Treated Dozens

Since opening their doors four months ago, this elephant hospital has rescued and treated 26 pachyderms from abusive conditions.

Sea Salt Could Help Beat a Common Cold, Study Suggests

New research from the University of Edinburgh shows that gargling and clearing the nose with salt water solutions may help to beat the common cold.

17 Inspiring Quotes and a New Playlist From Malala to Empower Women on International Women’s Day

In recognition of International Women's Day, here are some words of wisdom and a feminine powerhouse playlist for the holiday.

FDA Approves First Depression Treatment in Decades: A Nasal Spray Doctors Can Administer for Quick Relief

Though the treatment has received its fair share of wariness, it could provide immediate relief for patients experience treatment-resistant depression.

NASA Confirms First All-Female Spacewalk in History (Just in Time for Women’s History Month)

Two women are set to make history by conducting the first ever all-female spacewalk – and it's just in time for Women's History Month. NASA...

Girls Lost in Forest for 44 Hours Finally Rescued After They Survived on Rainwater and ‘Happy Thoughts’

Two girls, aged 5 and 8, have finally been rescued from the woods of Northern California after using survival skills they learned from camping and TV.

When His Fortune Cookie Said it Was His Lucky Day, He Bought a Lottery Ticket That Proved it Was Indeed

The Maryland man bought the lottery ticket in honor of his favorite soccer player – and as fortune would have it, it turned out to be a winner.

After Saving Money for Two Years, Teen Finally Gets to Surprise His Friend With New Electric Wheelchair

This teenager has been squirreling away all of his paychecks from the last two years so he could buy his friend a new motorized wheelchair.

Empathetic Gamers Make Braces for Kitten Who Couldn’t Find Forever Home Because of Wobbly Legs

Carly the kitten may be cute, but people were reluctant to adopt her because her swimmer's syndrome caused her legs to shake – but not anymore.

Woman Awarded $10,000 for Examining Insurance Contract – Shows it Pays to Read the Fine Print

This teacher was awarded $10,000 for reading a paragraph that was buried on the last page of a 4000-word insurance contract.

‘First-of-its-Kind’ Law Will Protect Lake Erie From Pollution By Granting it Civil Rights

Thanks to a 61% approval vote from the people of Toledo, Lake Erie now has legal protection against pollution and contamination.

Good Samaritans Save Drowning Animal From Frozen River Only to Discover It Was a Wild Wolf

Though these construction workers had suspicions of this animal's true nature, they did not hesitate to come to its rescue when it was in distress.

These Specially-Trained Dogs Are Protecting Both Humans and Bears Thanks to Their Natural Fearlessness

These specially-trained canines are being hired to protect both humans and bears thanks to their special genetic skillset.

Seniors Conquer Loneliness and Chores With App That Hires ‘Grandkids On-Demand’ at College

Seniors no longer have to suffer through the loneliness of their golden years thanks to an app that pairs them with “grandkids on-demand”.

As Thank You for Being Saved From Butcher, ‘Pigcasso’ Has Produced Paintings Worth $145,000 for Rescuers

As a means of bringing home the bacon for her rescuers, Pigcasso produces artworks that have sold for thousands of dollars.