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India Añade una Nueva Clase al Curriculum de 1.000 Escuelas: Cómo Ser Feliz

Escuelas en India están añadiendo este nuevo elemento de educación a sus intensivos curriculums: Felicidad. Más de 1.000 escuelas en Delhi están ahora empezando sus días con clases de...

Walmart Cashier Steps In When Nail Salon Refuses Woman in Wheelchair

Ebony Harris was not about to let this customer with cerebral palsy leave the store without a gorgeous new manicure.

7-Year-old Boy Starts ‘Underground Railroad’ to Rescue Over 1,000 Dogs From Kill Shelters

Roman McConn may only be 7 years old, but he has rescued over 1,000 dogs from a fatal end. The youngster is the mastermind behind...

In 40 Months, He Became First Person to Unicycle Around the World – and He Did It All For Charity

At just 21 years old, this Englishman has become the first person to travel around the world on a unicycle.

India Adds a New Class to Curriculum at 1,000 Schools: How to Be Happy

With such high rates of stress and anxiety amongst young students, legislators hope the classes will help the kids live mindfully and happily.

Did You Know Cows Have Close Friendships and Hold Grudges? (And Other Fun Facts)

Here some fun facts about bovines and a few tips on how you can appreciate heifers on this most udderly delightful holiday.

These Tales of Kindness From the World Cup Are the Best Examples of Humanity at its Finest

The World Cup is always a perfect example of how humans can get along – regardless of their race, abilities, or sports preferences.

15-Year-old Creates Simple, Revolutionary Device That Can Generate Electricity From Rainwater

The ninth grader hopes that the gadget will bring free energy to millions of homes that don't have access to an electrical grid.

Tokyo to Build Eco-Friendly ‘Solar Roads’ Ahead of 2020 Olympics

The city hopes to offset the cost of the project by building the solar roads on government-facilities before the 2020 Olympic Games.

“Suffering was my soulmate,” Now He Inspires Millions With His Smile

Despite being 90% disabled, this 27-year-old has overcome every single obstacle that has come with his condition – and he wants others to do the same.

Good News in History, May 15

On this day 90 years ago, Mickey Mouse made his debut. The squeaky-voiced character created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks appeared with Minnie Mouse in...

Good News in History, May 9

On this day 21 years ago, a former prisoner of war became the first American ambassador to communist Vietnam. 22 years after the US...

UPDATE: North and South Korea Commit to Denuclearization, End of War, and Unity

In a historic summit on the border, the leaders of North and South Korea met for peace talks and announced their commitment to total...

She Prevents Gender-based Violence in India by Using a Powerful Law

Sometimes, it only takes one determined woman to save millions of people from the judicial system; and in this case, that woman is Gulika Reddy.

UK Supermarket Chain to Ban the Use of Palm Oil From Its Line of Branded Products

The ban is expected to reduce demand for the harmful ingredient by over 500 tons per year.

Good News in History, April 10

On this day 20 years ago, the Northern Ireland peace talks, which had dragged on for two years, culminated in the historic Good Friday Agreement,...

Good News in History, April 4

60 years ago today, the peace sign was created by artist Gerald Holtom in London for an anti-war protest in Aldermaston, England, incorporating the flag...

Instead of Paper, These Sturdy, Biodegradable Plates Are Made From Leaves

Want to have an environmentally-friendly picnic? These disposable plates made out of leaves are waterproof, biodegradable, and sustainably sourced.

Good News in History, April 1

Happy 70th Birthday to the Jamaican ska and reggae musician, singer, and actor, Jimmy Cliff. After scoring his first hit at age 14, he...

Nova Scotia Becomes 1st Province to Ban Cat Declawing

The practice has already been banned in over 20 countries – and now, Nova Scotia has become the first Canadian province to take a stance.