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Mom has the best reaction to son's surprise
Watch the special surprise that brought this mom to tears 💕
Tear-jerking reunion between homeless man, his dog
Meet Anthony Rogers, who feels whole again after reuniting with his lost dog, Bobo
Dolphins trapped in canal are saved by human chain
Four dolphins, including two calves, are saved after being stranded in a canal in Florida, US.
School janitor comforts young student with autism
A viral photo shows a janitor in Texas making one elementary student’s difficult day a whole lot better. Fourth grader Kenlee Bellew-Shaw has autism, and custodian Esther McCool helped her during an overwhelming moment. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports for TODAY.
Orcas stranded on beach rescued by beachgoers
A group of good Samaritans and rescuers worked together to save six orcas that were found stranded on a beach in Argentina. One of the whales didn’t survive. Local officials say they’re not sure why the animals beached themselves.
Hydraulic vessel collects plastic from waterways
Waterways could regain their beauty with this plastic cleaning solution
In Rome, plastic bottles pay for public transit
Rome will give you a discount on public transportation if you pay with plastic bottles
Photographer shows lack of plus size Asian models
Michelle Elman, a body confidence coach in the U.K., pushes to include plus-size Asian women in fashion
Yoga class at US-Mexico border sparks unity
It was an act of peaceful calming at a place of international tension. Dozens of people from Juarez, Mexico, woke up to salute the sun with a yoga class at the Rio Bravo, which is on the U.S.-Mexico border. Participants say they envision a future that includes a united border, without walls. Yoga is an ancient practice from India that aims to unite the human spirit with the divine. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
Fisherman rescues sea lion pup trapped in nets
This is the moment a Canadian fisherman and his friends saved a sea lion pup who was trapped in a large ball of fishing nets.
13-year-old creates clothes closet for classmates
Eighth grader Chase Neyland-Square is helping students in need with his PAM's Pantry.
Stranger grabs coffee, leaves ready to save a life
When Catherine Pearlman stopped into Starbucks one day, she came across an usual plea that touched her. A wife named Monica Valdez posted a flyer searching for a kidney that would save the life of her husband, Eli. The group share their incredible story with TODAY.
Emma Grede: We need more plus-size women in retail
Emma Grede, founder & CEO of Good American, the inclusive denim line she launched with Khloe Kardashian, talks about the most important thing she learned when launching and evolving her business.
Dogs with special needs celebrate for good
Dogs with special needs and their humans came together in New York City to celebrate their pets' big personalities and even bigger hearts. The event, called WagAware Wheels on Wall Street, lets differently abled pets meet up and play for a good cause. The event helped WagAware fund rescues like LoveyLoaves Special Needs Rescue and Sanctuary, which is dedicated to finding forever homes for differently abled, senior and medically complex dogs.
Celebrities helping fight childhood cancer
In honor of childhood cancer awareness month, the ABC host & more stars are doing what they can to help organizations like L.A. Loves Alex's Lemonade. Watch!
5th graders create a community playing with Legos
"GMA" sponsor Lego challenged one group of students, asking them to use imagination to build their vision of a community that would bring all kinds of people together. Here's what they created.
Kids get red carpet treatment for back-to-school
Back-to-school day was met with a big production at Philadelphia's Stearne Elementary School. Officials there literally rolled out the red carpet for students. But it was one community organizer's idea to have parents line it to cheer children on. Crying because he was scared to enter, Ian, a new sixth grader, needed a little extra boost. The tiny gesture of encouragement and hugs gave the student just what he needed to take a step into his future. InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer explains.
Baby born 9/11 at 9:11pm weighing 9 lb, 11 ounces
The stars may have aligned for the birth of Christina Malone-Brown, who came into the world on Sept. 11 at 9:11 p.m. The baby girl also weighed in at 9 pounds, 11 ounces.
Man gives kids their first bikes
Robert Charland is known as "Bob the Bike Guy." His organization Pedal Thru Youth has repaired and donated more than 1,200 bicycles to kids in Massachusetts and Connecticut. He started 14 years ago when he was asked to fix a few bikes for homeless children. He's been doing it ever since, and after receiving a devastating diagnosis, making kids smiles has become his life's mission. He partners with law enforcement agencies to get the bikes riding-ready and out to schools.
6-year-old gets toymaker to create female army figurines
When a 6-year-old girl noticed her army figurines were all men, she wrote a letter to the toymaker asking for more options. NBC’s Sarah Harman reports for Weekend TODAY.
Teen gives away shoes to help heal PTSD
Kyler Nipper is healing himself by helping others. When he was 11, the Las Vegas teen was stabbed at school and critically injured. In the aftermath of the incident, Kyler wrestled with PTSD. He realized that one thing would help him feel better: giving to people in need. He started the charity Kyler's Kicks, which collects and donates footwear. Kyler recently gave away his 25,000th pair of shoes, and InsideEdition.com was there for the special moment. "We're spreading positivity and kindness along the way," he said.
Raising Puppies Behind Bars Is Helping Inmates Find Purpose
One organization is using puppies to help people in prison and first responders. Puppies Behind Bars teachers people who are incarcerated to train service dogs for veterans and first responders, some of whom are living with PTSD. The dogs help both their raisers and owners live better lives. "It's more than just women or men in prison raising dogs," a puppy raiser at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility said. "We are human beings as well and we are capable of changing and capable of giving back."
Orphaned baby sea otter learns to swim
Cinder the baby sea otter was just 5 weeks old when she was found stranded by strong currents near Homer, Alaska. The orphaned pup was dehydrated and underweight when rescuers at the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward began caring for her. But Cinder's health quickly improved, and now the cute little pup is settling in to her new home at SeaWorld in San Diego, California. With the help of her human caregivers, Cinder is learning how to swim and groom herself in SeaWorld's sea otter nursery.
Meet these two Christmas miracle pups
'Hope for Paws' rescued this dog and his son on Christmas Eve and it was so special
Racer stops to help runner cross the finish line
This compassionate racer helped a fallen competitor complete the race
87-Year-Old Slides Down Waterfall
Occurred on December 23, 2018 / Uvita, Costa Rica Info from Licensor: "This 87-year-old gentleman, is the oldest person to ever go down this 25 foot naturally occurring waterfall slide in the middle of the Costa Rican jungle. We love this video because it really just shows that age is just a number and that it is incredibly important to always live life to the fullest. While we were nervous about allowing this to go down, he made it very clear that he wasn't taking 'no' for an answer. We just made sure his entire family knew the inherent risks - they all agreed - and the rest is history. He went down perfectly and all was right in the world. You could feel the energy afterward - it was quite a moment for everyone there!" Credit: IG/@PADDLE9
Kindly Relocating a Raccoon
Occurred on August 30, 2019 / Dawsonville, Georgia, USA Info from Licensor: "I am a wildlife biologist who is also a practicing shaman. I have been trying to spread love and positivity through my YouTube channel with a bit of comedy as well. I have been practicing meditation ever since a car accident in which I experienced a spiritual Awakening. My goal is to teach everyone how to be a good human and good soul. I had captured a Raccoon and wanted to show everyone how to release a loving animal instead of killing it."
We surprise one of Rachael's biggest fans ever
It's one surprise after another when we show up at Debbie's home in Chicago — then fly her to New York for a chic city makeover before meeting Rach.
How Syracuse is honoring one of Central Park Five
Growing up in New York City, Kevin Richardson had dreams of attending Syracuse University. That dream would be interrupted one night in 1989, after a horrific rape took place in Central Park. Richardson was one of five teens wrongfully convicted of the crime. Dubbed the Central Park Five, they were eventually freed in 2002. Now, Richardson is inspiring others, and has been honored with his own scholarship at Syracuse University. InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer explains how the honor has motivated him to pick back up an old passion.
University of Tennessee offers scholarship to 4th grader bullied for homemade shirt
A fourth grader was extended honorary admission and a four-year scholarship to the University of Tennessee after he was bullied for wearing a homemade shirt to school for college colors day. TODAY’s Hoda Kotb has your morning boost.
Couple revealed baby's gender with experiment
This couple revealed their baby's gender by performing a chemical experiment in the garden. They poured some liquid from a big glass into a box. As the water reacted, it came out of the box as a green foam. Everyone watching the experiment started screaming in happiness as the gender of the baby was revealed.
Involve's HERoes list of top 100 women execs
Yahoo Finance UK has published an exclusive look into the HERoes Women Role Model lists. The rankings include top 100 Women Role Model Executives, 50 Future Women Leaders, and 40 Advocate Executives. Yahoo Finance’s Lianna Brinded joins YFi AM from the UK to break it all down.
Baby beams after surgery allows him to see
Two weeks after undergoing surgery to remove cataracts in his eyes, 7-month-old Theo Bennett popped on his new glasses for the first time and saw his dad come into focus. The little boy beamed on his mother's lap as he looked around the room and saw the world in a new way. Theo was diagnosed with congenital cataracts after his mom, Lois Bennett, noticed a cloudiness in his eyes when he was around 6 months old. He underwent surgery at Leeds General Infirmary in the United Kingdom and is doing great, SWNS reported.
Woman's stunning makeover leaves her speechless
Joanie and Callie, two lucky ladies plucked from the TODAY plaza, get primped and pampered for Ambush Makeovers! See their new looks for fall, courtesy of hairstylist Louis Licari and TODAY contributor Jill Martin.
Woman visits every Feeding America food bank
The 3rd hour of TODAY shares the story of Jess Kurti, who made it her mission to stave off hunger by challenging herself to volunteer at all 200 food banks operated by Feeding America. It took her five years, but she says it changed her life.
Little girl with Cerebral Palsy walks into school
This incredibly moving video shows an adorable little girl with cerebral palsy beating all the odds - to walk into school unaided on her first day. Little Lilac Jackson, who is almost five, has spastic diplegia cerebral palsy, and has always relied on walking aids to move about. But her emotional parents Leila, 37, and Barry, 39, watched in amazement as their little girl walked into her classroom for her first day of primary school on Monday - without any help. And Leila said Lilac has been "blowing her teacher's minds" during her first week at Woodmancote Primary School in Cheltenham, Glos., as she potters around her classroom unaided. The mum-of-three, who also has daughter Lulu, 13, and three-year-old Leo, said: "It's everything we've ever wanted. Her attitude is amazing. "It just says so much about how far she's come, and how ready she was for this. "All parents stop and reflect on their child's first day of school, but for Lilac this is such a huge milestone. She lives an extraordinary life." Lilac was born in Lilac was born in Princess Royal Hospital in Bromley, south east London, in October 2014 - and as soon as she was born doctors realised something was not right. Leila's waters had broken at 29 weeks, but it was not until the 34th week has passed that she was induced. And within 24 hours of her birth, Lilac was blue-lighted across the city to King's College Hospital, where she was kept on life support for five days. Now, as Lilac finishes her first week of primary school, Leila said: "This time five years ago she was threatening to be born when she was way off being ready to be born. "Her progress has been mindblowing. She's as tough as old boots." Leila added: "She was quite nervous about walking into school by herself on Monday, so I'd sort of resigned myself to the fact that walking in without sticks might not happen. "When we got to the drop-off point I told her to just try a couple of steps. But then when I dropped her hand, she just flew past me. "She's been blowing her teacher's minds all week, because they look round and her sticks are lying there and she's pottering around the classroom. "She's buzzing off the adrenaline. She comes home every afternoon glowing. She's had a couple of stickers at school this week, so she's loving life." And Leila, who has so far raised over £100,000 for treatment for Lilac through the fundraising page Lilac's Little Legs, is hopeful that Lilac will some day be able to walk without sticks. She said: "If she keeps progressing in the way that she is, we're hoping that there'll be no need for sticks, and they can sit in the garage and gather dust." And little Lilac will soon make her TV debut - as she was cast alongside Broadchurch and Doctor Who star David Tennant in upcoming ITV crime thriller, Deadwater Fell. Lilac bagged the role through talent agency Zebedee, an agency for those with disabilities. "The process was incredible for Lilac's confidence - she got more out of it than any therapy session we could pay for. She absolutely loved it," Leila said. Spastic diplegia cerebral palsy, historically known as Little's disease, is a neurological condition that usually appears in infancy or early childhood and permanently affects muscle control and coordination. Affected people have increased muscle tone which leads to spasticity - stiff or tight muscles and exaggerated reflexes - in the legs.
Guy returns wallet he finds lying on driveway
This guy found a wallet right next to a vehicle in a driveway so he decided to return it to its rightful owner. He rang the doorbell and spoke to a person through the security camera who thanked him and applauded him for his honesty. The owner of the wallet happened to be asleep, so, he left the wallet on the doorstep and left.
Firefighters honor 9/11 first responders
These New Zealand firefighters performed an incredibly moving Haka dance to remember ‘the bravery and sacrifice’ of 9/11 first responders.
Wheelchair dance team inspires others
These women are redefining what dancers look like. The Rollettes is a team of wheelchair dancers who travel around the world to perform and educate. Chelsie Hill says she founded the group two years after she was paralyzed in a car accident. She started searching for people on social media who could relate to her and organized a gathering. That meeting was the start of something special as the women encouraged each other to reach new heights. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
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