This summer, down on their luck Hawaiians could have an unusual, but brilliant, resource to help them get back on their feet.
Like any sane person, Mark Mravic, Assistant Managing Editor of Sports Illustrated thinks that women’s soccer is awesome. But he’d heard that his colleague, Andy Benoit, who covers the NFL for Sports Illustrated disagrees…
Then Andy decided to clarify: it’s not just women’s soccer that isn’t worth his precious time — it’s all women’s sports. Because that’s so much better!
Well, Andy, Seth Myers and Amy Poehler have a question for you…
Benoit’s tweets have, predictably, since been deleted. But that doesn’t mean the internet has forgotten them…
Anonymous Kid Talked About All His Classmates Online. They Finally Found Out Who He Was at Graduation
Konner Sauve knows high school students can be brutally honest with one another.
So the recent graduate and valedictorian of East Valley High School in Washington decided to chime in, under the guise of a secret Instagram account.
But not in the way you’re thinking…
The life of a circus animal is often unfulfilled; constantly on the move, they are confined to metal cages, away from their own kind, and more often than not, are abused.
But for Will, a 13-year-old lion who spent his entire life in a Brazilian traveling circus, all that is about to come to a glorious end.
Watch him feel the grass under his paws for the first time ever…
Will was rescued by the Rancho dos Gnomos Santuário (the Ecological Sanctuary Association – Rancho dos Gnomos) in São Paulo, Brazil, which has dedicated nearly 25 years to caring for neglected and abandoned domestic and wild animals, rescuing them from accidents, abuse, circuses, trafficking and habitat loss.
You’d never know he spend his entire long life in captivity — he sprung out of that cage like a kitten!
You just might find yourself inspired after listening to one woman’s message for little girls with big names…
Flip through any magazine, and you’ll see gorgeous women gracing every page. These celebrities are so beautiful and perfect, you can hardly believe they’re real.
It’s no secret that they’ve had some help to look the way they do — lighting, teams of makeup artists and hair stylists, and of course the fabulous clothes — but it can still set regular women up for unrealistic expectations.
But even with all that help, someone at the top always thinks the images of these women still need to be altered within an inch of their lives. Enter Photoshop…
If you look at the “before” pictures and then the “after” pictures, you can’t always see exactly what changes they made. But then when you see them compared one after the other, the alterations are surprisingly drastic…
A shadowy sculpture turns a little boy into a pile of rotting food, dirty water, weapons, damaged medical equipment, and ammunition in an arresting new video from Human Appeal, an international humanitarian aid charity.
The project, ‘Shine A Light,’ encourages awareness of the horrifying human rights abuses that children face around the world, in the hope that together, we can save them…
Dawnielle Davison never knew about her near-death experience until five years ago, when she got a message on Facebook from the firefighter who rescued her when she was just 9 months old.
Last Saturday, Texas firefighter Aaron VanRiper responded to the scene of a car crash, and was faced with a horrifying realization: the victims were his wife, Amber, and their 7-year-old son, Jonathan.
You’ve heard of The Man With the Golden Gun…but how about the Man With the Golden Arm?
That would be 78-year-old James Harrison, an Australian man who has saved the lives of two million babies, just by donating his blood every week.
When Hailey Fort was five years old, she and her mother came across a homeless man in their hometown of Bremerton, Washington. Hailey wanted to help him, so they bought the man a sandwich — and the experience sparked something within the little girl.