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Today's Google homepage features young Sabrina Brady's winning artwork submit to the annual Doodle 4 Google contest.
The competition invites K-12 students in the United States to use their artistic talents to think big and redesign the Google logo for millions to see.
This year, students were given the theme, â€śMy Best Day Everâ€¦"
A gallant young man working at a burger joint saved a heartbroken teen from one of the most humiliating nights of her life as she was stood up on prom night.
All dressed up in a gorgeous orange gown, Kelsey Baker would have stayed home after getting the dreaded last-minute text message, but her mom dragged her to
An elderly woman being interviewed by a television crew was literally counting her blessings after her beloved schnauzer peaked out from beneath the rubble in Moore, OK and was spotted by a producer.
â€śBless your little bitty heart!â€ť cooed Barbara Garcia, who stooped down surrounded by the debris of her flattened neighborhood.
An 18-year-old girl from California may have solved the most annoying problem confronting her fellow teens and she earned an Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award for her work.
Eesha Khare from Lynbrook High School in San Jose will receive college grants worth $50,000 for her super-capacitor design that can charge a phone in less than a minute.
When elderly veteran Charles Mowbray came to her primary school to talk about his experience in World War II, Leanna Morris wondered why he didn't bring his medals earned for bravery. He only brought pictures of medals. When she learned it was because the government forgot to send them, she felt moved to do something about it.
Tim Harris, a young man with Down's syndrome, hasn't let his disability stop him from opening a restaurant in New Mexico.
Kickstarter, IndieGoGo, and other crowdfunding platforms have helped bring these creative ideas to life.
Even if you're not ready to adopt a rescue animal, there are many ways you can help shelter dogs, cats, and other animals that don't require huge commitments. Here are a few options.
For working parents, workplace flexibility is key. Here are some companies that have family-friendly policies.
Writer Belo Cipriani shares how he dealt with the trauma of sudden blindness by "hitting the reset button."