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Mark Wahlberg’s good deed for the day

Photo of the Day: June 3, 2017

The power of a wife can change the world

Chinese wife Chen Guiqiu reminds me of what's true about marriage: a wife has more power than she realizes.

98-year-old grandmother has written 7,000 letters to soldiers

Aileen Cooper has been sending personal letters to those deployed overseas since World War II.

UPDATE: 3-year-old boy melts hearts as he comforts dying baby brother

The simple words this 3-year-old spoke to his brother are heartbreaking and beautiful.

Wheelchair-bound bride proves doctors wrong and walks down aisle (VIDEO)

And that's not all -- her husband posted an emotional video of their first dance on Twitter.

“Dear Pope Francis…”

Photo of the Day, May 18, 2017

Dare you not to cry over police officer’s selfless gift to dying boy (PHOTOS)

"If this were my child, I would hope every other mother would step in and help."

The secret of resilience: It’s a choice

Some of the world's foremost champions of positive thinking emerged from the worst catastrophes.

Watch: The vertical wheelchair that could change the lives of thousands

"UpNRide" addresses the disadvantages of sedentary life for patients with reduced mobility.

This 105-year-old YouTuber will teach you everything you need to know about art

Giorgio Michetti is the oldest YouTuber on the internet. And he’s on a mission.

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