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Scientists Are ‘Giddy’ Over Their Historic Visit to One of the ‘World’s Youngest Islands’

This newly-formed stretch of land off the coast of Australia could provide valuable new insight to the topographical conditions on Mars.

Teacher Inspires Class By Chopping Off Her Waist-Length Hair to Match Bullied Student’s Haircut

This compassionate teacher went above and beyond the call of duty in order to cheer up a 5-year-old student who was being bullied for her haircut.

Carbon-Neutral ‘Artificial Leaf’ Produces Clean Gas Which Could Help to Replace Fossil Fuels

The device, which “sets a new benchmark in the field of solar fuels”, could help to sustainably produce syngas.

Learn What 370 Schools Are Now Teaching in a Massive New Mental Health Research Trial

One of the world’s largest trials ever undertaken in the realm of mental health is now underway in the classrooms of hundreds of schools...

Anonymous $2 Million Gift for Sanctuary Will Help Retire Hundreds of Chimps From Research Facilities

A stranger's anonymous multi-million dollar donation is set to help over 200 chimpanzees enjoy a well-deserved retirement from research facilities.

Strangers Write 125,000 Loving Letters to Breast Cancer Patients – How You Can Join Their Mission

It takes very little effort to write a letter of encouragement to someone who many need it – which is why this charity is asking you to write one too.

Veteran and His Wife Donate All of Their Worldly Possessions to California Firefighters

A compassionate combat veteran and his wife are donating almost all of their worldly possessions to firefighters who were combatting the blaze in Paradise,...

Muslims in Town Adopt a Sacred Hindu Tenet So They Won’t Hurt the Feelings of Their Religious Neighbors

The Muslim residents of this district are not forced to abstain from their practice, rather they choose to do it out of respect for their Hindu neighbors.

Seniors Celebrate Grandson’s Birthday By Dressing as His Favorite Movie Characters—and the Results Are Adorable

Despite never having seen the film, these doting seniors were more than happy to dress up as Carl and Ellie for their great-grandson's birthday.

This New Bioreactor Uses Algae to Capture as Much Carbon Dioxide as an Acre of Trees

This AI-monitored bioreactor can capture and sequester the same amount of carbon as an acre of trees in one year.

9/11 Newsletter and Podcast Highlights Inspiring Good News That Sprang Up in Wake of Attacks

All who are old enough to remember the tragedy of September 11, 2001 might not recall with equal vividness the inspiring outbreak of helpfulness...

Santa Claus Melts Hearts By Getting Down on One Knee to Thank WWII Veteran for His Service

Santa Claus took a break from chatting with his adoring young fans to get down on one knee and thank 93-year-old Bob Smiley for his service in WWII.

Airport Encourages Aviation Enthusiasts By Installing ‘Planespotting’ Views to the Runway

Amateur aviation photographers can now capture the perfect pictures of their local air traffic thanks to this airport's latest labor of love.

Caring Cats and Frisky Felines: 10 Stories to Make You Purr With Joy on International Cat Day

In honor of International Cat Day, here are some silly feline stunts and some heartwarming furry hero stories for this purrrrfect holiday.

New Research Says That Being a ‘Dog Person’ and Enjoying Puppy Perks is in Our Genetic Makeup

People may be genetically predisposed to being a dog person – and that may mean that they enjoy a number of dog-related health benefits.

This National Park is Asking You to Vote on Who Will Be the Fattest Bear of Their Annual ‘Fat Bear Week’

An Alaskan park service has been publishing photos of their chubbiest local bears so social media can determine who will be the Fattest Bear of 2019.

New Study of 1,000 Couples Shows HIV Drug Treatment Has Eliminated All Risk of Transmitting HIV Infection

This exciting new study shows that HIV-positive people on antiretroviral therapy have “zero” chances of infecting their partners.

Choral Reef? Listen to Scientist’s Recording of How Fish ‘Sing’ at Dawn

Scientists are “amazed” to discover that fish gather together to sing at dusk and dawn just like their feathered flying counterparts.

Meet the Man Who Has Broken 129 Guinness World Records in Just 4 Years

This 34-year-old electrical engineer has set the world record for everything from throwing a tortilla the farthest to fastest half-marathon while juggling.

New Releases For ‘Record Store Day’ This Weekend Will Have You Spinning

This year's Record Store Day has everything from charity efforts to re-releases and ground-breaking new collaborations from artists across every genre.