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“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."

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

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

Bill Cunningham, famous fashion photographer: More than a great talent

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Indiana teen graduates from college before finishing high school

Once labeled with a learning disability, she took university classes part-time.

WATCH: Deaf choreographer teaches students to dance to vibrations

“Keep It Moving” video wins award at Tribeca Film Festival

Lizzie Velasquez: Beautiful, in every way

The name people often give her — World's Ugliest Woman — is not only mean, it's a lie.

Children’s hospital superheroes strike again

The young patients looked out their windows last Tuesday to find Power Rangers cleaning the glass panes.

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