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This Dog’s Adoration for His Food Bowl Got Him Adopted Just in the Nick of Time

This sweet pup may not have found a forever home this month if it had not been for his beloved metal food bowl.

Over 50 Years of Research Say That Smiling Really Can Make People Happier

After analyzing years worth of psychological testing, these researchers found that smiling really can make you happier – and frowning can make you more sad.

Brad Paisley Breaks Ground on His Free Grocery Store for the Hungry in Nashville

The country singer and his wife say that they're launching the store as a means of reducing food insecurity in Nashville, Tennessee.

Good News in History, April 3

Happy Birthday to Jane Goodall who turns 85 years old today. The beloved British primatologist first observed chimpanzees creating tools in 1960 (and 2...

Another US State Has Just Made Shelter Pets Their Official State Animal

The designation is expected to encourage state residents to adopt animals from local shelters, rather than buying them from breeders.

Jimmy Carter Has Now Lived Longer Than Any US President – and At 94, He is Still Making a Difference

Despite setting the record for the oldest US president, Jimmy Carter is still spending his golden years making the world a better place for everyone.

Good News in History, March 26

Happy 75th Birthday to Diana Ross, the Detroit lead singer of Motown's most successful act—The Supremes (Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, Baby Love, and Where...

When 7-Foot-Tall ‘Gentle Giant’ With Autism Outgrows His Swing Set, Handyman Steps in for Free

No local businesses were ready to build a new swingset for 23-year-old Cobey Thomas – at least until his mother contacted a specific handyman.

Can ‘Depression’ Be Good For You? An Enlightened Look at the ‘Epidemic’

By Dr. Neel Burton, Psychiatrist at Oxford University Most people think of depression as a mental disorder, that is, a biological illness of the brain....

Dog Goes From Digging Through Trash to Being Featured in a Hollywood Movie—and Happy Ever After

No one imagined a malnourished mutt would go from sifting through trash to being adored on the silver screen with millions of new fans.

Good News in History, February 22

140 years ago today, Frank Woolworth opened the first of many 5-and-10-cent stores in Utica, New York. His F. W. Woolworth Company was arguably the most...

For Some Women Enduring Repeated Miscarriages, Simple Surgical Solution Has 90% Success

This simple surgical procedure is ensuring that fewer and fewer mothers will have to endure the heartbreak of repeated miscarriages.

Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler Donates $500K to Open Up Another Home for Abused and Traumatized Girls

Rock and roll musician Steven Tyler has already donated hundreds of thousands of dollars in order to ensure the health and happiness of abused...

Restaurante Dirigido por Refugiados fue Calificado como el “Lugar Más Agradable de Estados Unidos” Ahora está Alimentando También a Trabajadores Sin Licencia.

Este restaurante manejado por refugiados fue votado como el lugar más agradable de Estados Unidos el año pasado, y su iniciativa más reciente fue...

Good News in History, January 31

On this day, 100 years ago, baseball hero Jackie Robinson was born in Cairo, Georgia. He made history in 1947 as the first black...

Photo of Multitasking Mom At Work Drums Up Support for Other Working Mothers

This powerhouse of a mom has become a prime example of how women can juggle parenting with work if given the chance by their employer.

Refugee-Run Restaurant Voted ‘Nicest Place in America’ is Now Feeding Furloughed Workers Too

The restaurant's latest efforts to feed federal works during the shutdown only further reenforces their reputation as the “Nicest Place in America”.

Good News in History, January 19

It's the 210th birthday of Edgar Allan Poe. Born in Boston, the writer, editor, and literary critic is best known for his poetry (The...

Good News in History, January 13

51 years ago today, Johnny Cash recorded his landmark album At Folsom Prison, playing before 2,000 inmates in California. For 13 years, since recording his...

Here’s How Families and Groups Are Pitching in to Maintain National Parks During Government Shutdown

These volunteer-led initiatives show that Americans are more than willing to take care of their parks and communities when trouble arises.