Media reports recently highlighted the stories of two organ transplants, including how an NFL player gave his heart and a kidney to a baseball legend while a school teacher donated a kidney to her principal.
An 8-year-old Ohio boy just wanted to get a cheeseburger for his 4-year-old sister.
Don’t be scammed by the numerous “free credit report” opportunities found on the internet. While dozens of companies offer a so-called “free credit report,” many of them have strings attached.
“Everyone was a stranger to me.” This woman lost 19 years of memory, but her boyfriend is determined to help her fall in love all over again.
Four-year-old Leah has been in the hospital for over 300 days, but she hasn’t let that stop her from singing her heart out and becoming an internet sensation.
Alarm bells went off for flight attendant Shelia Fedrick when she saw a girl with greasy blond hair sitting next to an older well-dressed man. She had an intuition that something was wrong.
Single mother Beth Laitkep was battling breast cancer for the second time when her husband left her in the midst of treatments. With no father figure in the picture, Laitkep turned to her friend with a question that would change her life forever.
“My mother is no felon." A woman kidnapped at birth now defends her captor.
A woman who spent her life in the sun is documenting her grisly precancerous treatment to warn others about the dangers of tanning.
Donald Trump has officially been sworn in as president. Here’s what that means for you.
Tiny homes — some as small as 300 square feet — provide housing solutions from Chile to Washington, D.C.
Got a minute? Or some spare change? These apps help you help the less-fortunate.
Obama supporters are insisting that the president's comment--"if you have a business, you didn't build that"--was wrenched from context. That hasn't stopped Mitt Romney or his supporters from arguing that the comment encapsulates Obama's worldview.
America is sharply divided along multiple fault lines, but one of the sharpest, according to Tuesday’s exit polls, is religion.
Wall Street 24/7 released its annual index of best-run states Tuesday, with North Dakota taking top honors. Utah placed fourth. Neighboring Arizona ranked fourth worst, alongside more expected problem states like California and New Jersey.
As public service ads tell us that one in six Americans suffer from hunger, many observers are confused by other messages that connect poverty to an obesity epidemic. Public health experts are working with new messages to bridge this apparent gap.