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Oakland Residents Transform Abandoned Lot into Sanctuary for Camping Homeless Women

One resident of Oakland, California has transformed a dirty, abandoned lot of land into a cozy, self-sustained community for homeless women.

Army Green Beret Became Oldest Rookie in NFL After Learning to Snap a Football on YouTube

Despite not even knowing what a long snapper was on a football team, Nate Boyer went on to make NFL history after learning how to snap a ball on YouTube.

Amazon is Fulfilling the Wish Lists For Hundreds of Charities to Give Back This Holiday Season

As a means of continuing their holiday tradition of fulfilling the needs of US charities, Amazon has fulfilled the wishlists of hundreds of nonprofits.

Good News in History, November 27

Happy Birthday to Bill Nye “the Science Guy” who turns 64 today. Nye, a science educator, comedian, and author is best known as the...

Need to Escape Reality? This Dr. Seuss Exhibit Takes You to Another World

The 15,000-square-foot exhibit takes the visitor through a string of rooms that were inspired by nine of the author's most famous children's books.

Wells Fargo to Donate $1 Billion to Affordable Housing and Homelessness Across America

Wells Fargo’s new philanthropic strategy includes a $1 billion commitment to help solve affordable housing and homelessness issues across America.

CEO Who Raised the Minimum Salary of His Employees to $70K is Now Doing It All Over Again

Dan Price is making headlines again after he announced that he would be opening a new office in Idaho—and all the employees would get pay raises.

Good News in History September 16

60 years ago today, the first successful photocopier, the Xerox 914, was introduced in a demonstration on live television from New York City. 20...

Good News in History, September 10

30 years ago today, Hungary informed the Soviet Union that it had opened its borders to allow the thousands of dissatisfied East Germans that...

Good News in History, August 27

90 years ago today, the Kellogg-Briand Pact (or Pact of Paris, named for where it was signed) was agreed to by 60 countries as...

These Sustainable Fireproof, Weather-Proof Domes Provide Revolutionary Housing Solutions

Not only are the sustainable Geoship dome homes resistant to natural disasters, they are easily disassembled and relatively cheap to manufacture.

Good News in History, August 17

60 years ago today, the American jazz trumpeter Miles Davis released Kind of Blue, the highly influential best-selling jazz record of all time. Regarded...

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.

The Only Way for 4-Year-old to Get Surgery 3,000 Miles Away Was Fully-Equipped RV—And Strangers Sprung for It

When a 4-year-old with fatal heart defects needed to travel 3,000 for new miracle surgery, RV owners at Outdoorsy paid for the entire package.

Good News in History, July 15

220 years ago today, the ancient Rosetta Stone was found in the Egyptian village of Rosetta. The rock slab became the key to deciphering...

La Cadena de Tiendas Más Grande De Estados Unidos Dice Adiós a las Bolsas de Plástico de un Sólo Uso

Kroger, la cadena de supermercados más grande de los Estados Unidos, acaba de anunciar que va a reemplazar gradualmente todo sus bolsas de plástico...

Good News in History, June 30

155 years ago, Yosemite Valley was granted to the state of California for “public use, resort and recreation” by a decree signed by President...

As First US State Approves Human Composting, ’The Green Reaper‘ Has Your Guide to Eco-Friendly Burials

The United States is slowly progressing towards more eco-friendly mortuary practices – and Elizabeth Fournier has a guide for how we can join the movement.

First-of-its-Kind National Theater Festival for Veterans Using Drama to Find Emotional Resilience

A nonprofit theater organization that pairs the works of Shakespeare with military veterans struggling to find relief, is proud to announce the first-ever National...

Judge Sentences Teen Vandals to Reading Books About Racism – and It Apparently Worked

Rather than punishing a group of juveniles for a racist act of vandalism, this compassionate judge wanted them to understand the error of their...