What a magical moment.
Disney princess surprises deaf guest with sign language during heartwarming moment
What a magical moment.
Community forms human chain to stop ICE arrest
Immigration activists and neighbors rallied together July 22 to stop ICE officers from taking a Tennessee man into custody.
This retreat celebrates self-care
Create & Cultivate hosted a self-care summit in Los Angeles as part of the self-love movement, taking care of your body on the outside and the inside.
Good Samaritans rescue driver of overturned truck
The group of people driving on Interstate 88 just outside of Chicago got out of their cars to help flip the vehicle back over after one of its tires blew out; the driver is expected to recover fine.
50-year-old woman with breast cancer gets makeover
Dalia, who is currently battling breast cancer, received a life-changing makeover on Access Live just in time to walk down the aisle to marry her fiancé Paul. Watch style expert Melissa Chataigne help give back Dalia’s sparkle.
Organization uses helicopters to rescue dogs
'Pilots N Paws' helps fly dogs to a loving home after rescuing them from terrible circumstances
Brothers start candle company to help the homeless
13-year-old Collin, 10-year-old Ryan and 8-year-old Austin are the owners of FrÃÂ¨res Branchiaux Candle Company.
Hero chases down driverless car and stops it
A heroic taxi driver chased after and jumped into a driverless car to stop it from rolling down a road in central China.
Ponies rescued from being sold as meat on Facebook
This is the heartwarming moment ponies in Thailand were rescued while waiting to be slaughtered and sold as horse meat on Facebook.
Barber gives kids book to read during haircuts
A Tennessee barber shop gives discounts to kids who read books during their haircuts. Owner Jermaine Scott says he did not like reading as a kid, so he is trying to teach his younger clients the power of books. The parents of the kids think it is a great way to limit their kids' screen time. Parents also think the books spark great conversations at the shop. Scott says it is a unique way to do something different at his shop and teach kids the power of education.
Family thanks heroes who saved kids from fire
The construction workers who saved their lives reunited with the family.
Couple has lifelong love of ice-cream
Each day is a blessing with ice-cream for George & Norma Pearlman, but now can no longer venture out on their own to buy it. Their son-in-law had a solution to bring the ice-cream to them.
Fans celebrate in Algeria after Cup of Nations win
Fans celebrate wildly in Algeria capital after 1-0 victory over Senegal in Africa Cup of Nations
Kids sell lemonade to help dad's mystery illness
These kids are raising money with a lemonade stand to help their dad, Virgil Garrison III. He believes something is wrong with his brain ever since he was in a car crash many years ago. But what exactly is up remains a mystery. His family is hoping a doctor at Duke University in North Carolina might be able to pinpoint the problem. It's unknown if Garrison needs any surgery, but his children hope the money they raise will help pay for a specialist who can give a formal diagnosis.
12-year old's invention to help sick children
Ella Casano created the "Medi Teddy" to make hospital stays less intimidating for kids.
Sisters read bedtime stories to kids on Facebook
Sisters Zaria and Hailey Willard are reading bedtime stories to children online. Their goal is to help children get a bedtime story if their parents are busy and to help raise literacy statistics. Zaria and Hailey also try to include diversity within the stories they read by reading books with people of color as main characters. The sisters are currently writing their own children's book series which will be about their family.
Barber Academy gives free haircuts to the homeless
The students of the Junior Barber Academy in Philadelphia give free haircuts to the homeless in this inspirational footage. Excellent work!
Forest rangers rescue rhino calf from drowning
Forest rangers battled it out to save a rhino calf from drowning in a flash flood in northern India.
Beachgoer rescues stranded thornback ray
This is the heartwarming moment a beachgoer rescues a stranded thornback ray that was trapped in shallow waters off the coast of Tasmania, Australia.
Couple makes surprise announcement to parents
This couple had been trying to have a baby for over three years and when they finally got pregnant, they wanted to tell their whole family in a special way at the future grandfather's birthday. Adorably, they gave the dad two baby socks as a gift and the entire family screamed with joy.
Watch Obama surprises interns in viral video
Watch former President Obama surprise interns in a viral video.
Ambush Makeover: Mom’s new look moves daughter
Lou Ethel and Michelle, two lucky women plucked from the TODAY plaza, get primped and pampered for this week’s Ambush Makeover! See their head-to-toe transformations, courtesy of hairstylist Louis Licari and TODAY contributor Jill Martin.
Inspiring woman lost half her weight and a bad ex
After years of struggling with her weight, Allison Wagoner embraced a healthy attitude once and for all upon learning her now-ex of seven years was cheating on her. Access goes inside Allison's life-changing journey, including the A-list makeover she underwent to celebrate shedding half her body weight and embracing a whole new outlook.
This horse survived a fall off a cliff, recovers
After falling off a cliff, Princess Julie was rehabilitated through water therapy and lives to tell the tale!
Waterpark is designed for kids with special needs
This is the first waterpark designed for kids with special needs
Rescuers save toddler on runaway duck float
Rescuers raced to save a toddler swept out on a runaway inflatable duck float. It happened on Lake Michigan, far from shore. Water safety instructor David Benjamin grabbed his paddleboard to try to reach the terrified child. Before he could get to the float, the duck flipped over, dumping the little boy in the water. Fortunately, another boater was able to grab him. The incident brings to mind several other incidents involving wayward floats.
Beachgoers rescue dozens of stranded whales
In an extraordinary display of teamwork, crowds of beachgoers in St. Simons, Georgia, rushed into action to prevent about 30 pilot whales from beaching themselves. Three whales didn’t survive, but the rest were saved.
Working women have lower risk of memory loss
Scientists at UCLA linked paid work to a lower risk of memory decline.
Rescuers save leopard from drowning in 15ft well
This is the moment a soggy leopard was saved from drowning after it fell into a 15ft well.The big cat was saved by a huge team of twenty wildlife rescuers who lowered a wooden crate with a quick-shut door into the deep and murky wellThe dramatic rescue took place in the village of Fakte near Maharashtra, in India, on Monday (July 15).It came after villagers heard "grunts" and discovered the trapped feline, so called forest officials and charity Wildlife SOS.Rescuers initially lowered a plank of wood into the water to keep the animal afloat for several hours while they sourced more kit.A camera was rigged up inside the metal crate and it shows the soaking wet leopard clambering to safety.A source said: "As soon as the big cat went inside the cage door was closed and pulled up with the attached ropes. "The leopard is under the medical supervision of the Wildlife SOS vets and will be released as soon as it is deemed fit."
Meet 5 female mayors making history in their cities
Sheinelle Jones shares a look at her Essence Festival discussion with five African American female mayors. Muriel Bowser of Washington, D.C., Keisha Lance Bottoms of Atlanta, Lovely Warren of Rochester, New York, Sharon Weston Broome of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and LaToya Cantrell of New Orleans open up about their visions and challenges they face.
Cow cuddling is a thing and it costs $75 an hour
Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Inside the coffee brand brewing up female empowerment
The 3rd Hour of TODAY spotlights Alyza Bohbot, who took over her family’s coffee business, Alakef Coffee Roasters, and soon realized the challenges that female coffee growers are facing. She soon launched a sister company, City Girl Coffee, which raises awareness and sources its brew exclusively from female growers.
Guy rescues blue shark stranded on the beach
Check out this crazy footage of blue shark stranded on a beach from chasing kahawai (Australian salmon) in Palliser Bay, South Wairarapa, New Zealand. With the help of this compassionate man it was able to return to the sea!
Golfer who went blind determined to keep playing
SWCAgolf - by Yasmin HarishaA remarkable golfer who went blind overnight is determined to not to let his lack of sight stop him from playing the sport he loves.Nick Burr, 30, lost his sight after what he thought was an earache but turned out to be cancer just before Christmas in 2013. He suffered from central nervous system lymphoma - disease in which cancer cells form in the lymph tissue of the brain and/or spinal cord - which made him permanently blind.However, the keen golfer is determined to not let his sight affect him and travels to the golf course every week to practice with a guide. Nick said: "I just had to adjust to everything, playing different sports and getting a guide dog. It was just moving on."I have a guide, the guide lines me up behind the ball with the club and tells me to move it left or right or forward. "But you listen to the air pressure changing so you know you have to turn. It's just learning everything again."Apart from that it is just normal golf, it is a lot of muscle memory."Nick's symptoms began with a severe earache, high blood pressure and double vision which lead him to constantly go back and forth to the doctors at least four times. However, on New Year's Eve Nick found himself in intensive care after suffering a seizure - he was in an out of sleep for four days. But when he woke up on the fourth day from a nights sleep, he found he had lost his vision. Nick, from St Neots, Cambs., said: "I literally went blind over night. I woke up and couldn't see anything. It was horrible. "I said to my mum and asked her to open the blinds, and she thought I was joking and I just said, 'no, I can't see anything'. "She replied saying 'what are you talking about, it is sunny outside?"Doctors diagnosed him with central nervous system lymphoma - a disease in which cancer cells form in the lymph tissue of the brain and/or spinal cord. The former tax analyst said: "It all started from an earache, but it was like no other earache. Just extremely painful. I just didn't know what to do with myself. "Now all I can see is a bit of light."Nick underwent chemotherapy, radiotherapy and a stem cell transplant in October 2014, he was given the all clear. He has been in remission since. Nick, who regularly played football and golf before he became ill, said it was "upsetting" when he realised being blind could affect his ability to play.However, five years later Nick has taught himself to play again and often holds golfing charity events to help raise funds for Cam Sight - a Cambridgeshire charity that supports local people of all ages living with low vision and blindness. His guide dog will take him to the golf course and Nick also will be assisted by a guide when he is playing a game.However, Nick said when he first began playing golf blind, it was "hard because you try to play like you could when you could see."Nick added: "But it is like normal golf, you have to get used to it."He also uses a digital watch which helps him to understand the speed, distance and direction of the ball. Nick has since put on a charity golf day for fully-sighted players so they can experience having a visual impairment by using special goggles. This year's fundraising event raised more than £5,000 for Cam Sight charity. Nick plays Stableford scoring which is scoring system in golf which, rather than counting the total number of strokes taken, involves scoring points based on the number of strokes taken at each hole. The objective in Stableford, therefore, is to have the highest score. ENDS
Boater helps rescue child stuck on inflatable toy
A boater came to the aid of a toddler who had drifted out on an inflatable yellow duck on Lake Michigan in Indiana.
Plastic bubble trap safely removes fish from tanks
This bubble trap allows aquarium owners to safely remove fish from their tanks without harming them.
Cop hails cab for woman who is visually impaired
A subway station got too hot for an NYPD cop, but if Officer Donald Swartz never left it to grab some water, he wouldn't have been able to help a visually impaired woman catch a cab. Unbeknownst to him, the kind act was caught on camera. "I have two daughters that are 9 and 4, they're very excited, you know, and that's the proudest I got out of this. To see my family be proud of me too," Swartz said. InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer has more.
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