Honey Maid, maker of delicious graham crakcers, released a commercial last month that celebrated all types of families. When they received a ton of hate messages, they responded with another video.
Current Category: Good News
Watch one of the sweetest and most elephantastic clips you’ll ever see as Mila the circus elephant, who had been separated from her kind for almost 40 years finally meets another elephant. Photos included as well as the background on how the passionate dedication of one of Mila’s former caretakers helped make this moment possible.
I’m a sucker for a good hero pet story and this one about Lucy and owner John Miles made my Friday. You’re welcome!
As yet another sign that Amber Portwood’s time in prison really has transformed the 23-year-old former reality star, she and ex Gary Shirley were seen with their daughter Leah having what appeared to be a peaceful lunch together at Panera yesterday. Keep reading to watch a video of the three of them leaving the restaurant in which both Amber and Gary reply to the cameraman asking if they are getting back together.
New York City’s notoriously cramped city blocks just saved NYU student Asher Vongtau from falling to his death. Hear the incredible details of how the 19-year-old student was discovered and rescued after 36 hours.
This year two teens have made headlines after finding large diamonds at the Crater Diamond State Park in Arizona. It has a “finders keepers” policy that lets you keep whatever you find. But is it easy to find diamonds there?
Ellen DeGeneres has once again made sure that good things happen to good people. On the October 18 episode of Ellen, everybody’s favorite (well, millions of people’s favorite, anyway) talk show host gave 22-year-old Ruby Tuesday server and single mom Sarah Hoidahl a huge surprise in reward for her viral gesture of paying for two furloughed soldiers’ lunches and leaving them a hand-written letter of appreciation.
Glen James, a homeless man from Boston, returned a backpack filled with more than $40K in cash and travelers checks to the police. In recognition of his good deed, an inspired stranger set up a Go Fund Me account, which has since earned nearly $150,000.
Last week, Joey Prusak was an unknown 19-year-old Dairy Queen manager in Hopkins, Minnesota. This week, he’s national news. Here’s why: Joey saw a woman in his store pick up a $20 bill dropped by a blind man. He waited for her to give it back. She didn’t. He asked her to do so, and she refused. In turn, Joey refused to serve her—and gave the blind man $20 of his own money. Thanks to the actions of a customer, a co-worker and the internet, Joey is getting the credit he deserves, including a call from none other than Warren Buffett himself!
Mark Wahlberg decided to go back to school online and finally get his high school diploma! Find out why he dropped out of school, and why he decided to go back and get his degree.