When an 8-year-old girl noticed a homeless man sitting outside the restaurant where she was eating with her dad, she did what she felt was the most logical thing to do — she brought him her plate of food.
As a second night of protests rent the city of Charlotte, North Carolina, a police officer from another town feeling the pain of an officer-involved shooting wrote an emotional and compassionate plea on Facebook.
Krystal Brown, a single mom from Ogden, was in the car with her two sons after going grocery shopping when they were hit by another vehicle that ran a red light. Four Utah teens stepped up to help when she need it most.
An 89-year-old man set out into the heat last week with his popsicle cart to make a bit of money to help support his ailing wife. Less than a week later, he has hundreds of thousands of dollars for retirement, thanks to complete strangers.
Aj Willingham and Mahatir Pasha, CNN | Posted Sep 7th - 10:37am
Gordon Draper, the owner of Bondgate Books in Bishop Auckland, England was going through a stack of books at his store when an envelope containing a handwritten letter slipped out from between some pages.