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Good News in History, July 27

Five years ago today, Pope Francis revealed his Top 10 guidelines for achieving happiness, which included relaxation and leisure, and toning down negativity—and most...

Good News in History, July 24

Happy Birthday to Jennifer Lopez, the American actress, singer, dancer, and producer who was born in The Bronx to Puerto Rican parents 50 years...

Good News in History, July 21

120 years ago today, the novelist and journalist Ernest Hemingway was born in Oak Park, Illinois. His elegant, yet lean style of writing—which he...

Good News in History, July 20

50 years ago today, men first stepped on the moon during NASA’s Apollo 11 mission; Neil Armstrong first, at 10:56pm EST, because he was...

Good News in History, July 16

50 years ago today, the first manned space mission that would land a man on the moon, Apollo 11, launched from Kennedy Space Center...

Good News in History, July 14

50 years ago today, the seminal counter-culture film Easy Rider was released in theaters. Peter Fonda co-wrote the script and co-starred with Dennis Hopper...

Toyota is Now Testing New Prius That Uses Ultra-Thin Solar Panels to Charge Batteries On the Go

The automotive group is testing a new Prius model that is covered in solar panels – and it might mean that drivers can charge up their battery on the road.

Good News in History, July 6

25 years ago today, Forrest Gump, directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Tom Hanks, Robin Wright, and Gary Sinise, was released in US theaters....

Good News in History, July 2

55 years ago today, the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964 was signed into law by U.S. President Johnson outlawing all segregation on the...

Good News in History, June 28

100 years year ago today, the League of Nations was founded as the world’s first intergovernmental organization whose principal mission was to maintain world...

Good News in History, June 21

Happy 75th Birthday to The Kinks co-founder and frontman Ray Davies. Regarded as one of the most influential British songwriters, Davies wrote the 1964...

Lower Risk of Type 1 Diabetes in Children Vaccinated Against ‘Stomach Flu’ Virus

In the study, over 1.5 million children who received the free vaccine were far less likely to develop type 1 diabetes later in life.

For the First Time in History, America’s Renewable Energy Capacity is Now Greater Than Coal

A recent report on American energy capacity for the month of April shows that new renewable energy capacity has finally surpassed that of coal.

Good News in History, June 17

47 years ago today, two unknown D.C. workers in their 20s set into motion the unraveling of the most explosive political scandal in U.S....

Good News in History, June 15

100 years ago today, British pilots John Alcock and Arthur Brown became celebrities worldwide for completing the first nonstop transatlantic flight—a harrowing 16-hour journey...

Good News in History, May 29

20 years ago today, NASA’s Space Shuttle Discovery completed the first docking with the International Space Station. The spacecraft could remain docked for 11–12...

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.

Google Creates New AI That Can Outperform Doctors in Diagnosing Most Commonly Lethal Form of Cancer

This new deep learning system was able to outperform doctors in diagnosing one of the most commonly fatal forms of cancer in the US.

Mira los Nuevos Diseños Eco-amigables para la Catedral de Notre Dame Cathedral Con una Punta de Energía Solar

El mundo estaba de luto por lo ocurrido en el techo de la Catedral de Notre Dame en Paris, varios arquitectos han generado varios...

Good News in History, May 21

20 years ago today, actress Susan Lucci finally won a Daytime Emmy for her longtime role in the soap opera All My Children, after...