Don’t you wish you were this cool at 97 years old?
Teen pilot flies medical supplies to hospitals
This high school sophomore turned his flight lessons into relief missions.
Guy rescues bird entangled in string
This man saw a bird stuck in a tree due to a string tangled in its wing. He climbed on top of the roof to bring the bird down from the tree. Then he disentangled its wing from the string. The bird flew to its freedom quickly after.
Female firefighters read encourage young women
These female firefighters shared an empowering video reading of “Girls Can Do Anything”
14-year-old makeup artist gives inspiration
Self-taught makeup artist Olivia Finnegan, who is disabled, spreads positivity through her looks.
Little girl gives mental health advice to kids
This little girl gave some advice for her online followers and audience, especially for the kids, to help them mentally prepare for the challenging coronavirus lockdown. She explained a few simple steps that included hydration, sleep and staying at home. She also urged her audience to feel blessed to have a home to stay in as compared to the homeless kids and the ones fighting the disease in the hospitals.
Seychelles protects over 30 percent of its waters
Seychelles is a small country with a big commitment to aquatic conservation.
Daddy-daughter dance-off gets competitive
After the video's success, the family says they organized iPad donations for the elderly.
Friends help man to dunk basketball into hoop
This guy was playing basketball with his friends after their practice got over. He expressed the desire to dunk the ball and his friends offered to help him. He leaped towards the hoop while his friends hoisted him, getting him closer to it. He dropped the ball into the basket and fell to the floor, but with a smile on his face.
Community comes together with street party
This community in Essex, England came together to brighten everyone's spirits during the lockdown and had a street party while practising social distancing.
Superhero 'grime' fighters clean up the streets
Abbotsford, British Columbia is a suburb and short drive from Vancouver. During these stressful times of the coronavirus pandemic, anything that can ease the stress of everyone's daily lives is always a pleasure to see. These two "superheroes" have been cleaning up the trash in Andreas neighborhood for a number of years. Andrea mentioned that for the seven years they have lived in the neighborhood, her children have always found it enjoyable to watch, and say hi to their local trash collectors. On an early morning one day in early April 2020, like every other trash collection day Andrea and her children could hear the big truck coming from down the block. Once they were positioned in their regular viewing location, it was noticed something was different this day. This day was extra special. The trash collection team were both dressed as "Grime Fighting Super Heroes". As you will see and hear, Andrea and her children thought this was an amazing morning and very thankful for these two fellows ingenuity in easing some of the stress the virus has brought onto everyone. This shows that even in times of community distress, a simple act of kindness can calm a community for even a short time. These men are truly Super Heroes.
Hoda shares how she is staying positive
Jenna Bush Hager asks Hoda Kotb how she keeps a positive attitude after reporting on the news each morning during the coronavirus pandemic. “I feel like I have a news lane and my life lane,” she says. “I feel like my life lane starts at 10 a.m. with you and goes on into my family.”
Easter Bunny and tooth fairy are essential workers
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager share a sweet video of the New Zealand prime minister saying during a press briefing that the Easter Bunny and tooth fairy are indeed considered essential workers during the coronavirus crisis.
Parents talk about completing virtual adoption
Casey and Laura Wieck, a married couple in Columbus, Ohio, join the 3rd hour of TODAY by video chat to talk to Al Roker about finalizing their virtual adoption of their 6-month-old son, James.
Violinist plays music for neighbors in Cairo
Normally, Mohamed is a university student, but now, he’s the neighborhood violinist 🎻🇪🇬
9-year-old surprised by ‘Hamilton’ cast
Aubrey Bauman had no words when the entire original cast of Broadway’s "Hamilton," including Lin-Manuel Miranda, performed live for her on a zoom call.
People in New York turn trash into money
These New Yorkers work tirelessly to make a living out of grassroots recycling ♻️
How to de-stress when you're feeling overwhelmed
The coronavirus outbreak and the resulting quarantine has caused feelings of stress and anxiety for people of all ages. Here are four ways to help cope with stress when tensions are running high.
Man wrote a beautiful song about quarantine
Philip Bowen is a YouTuber who’s moving hearts and minds with this original song.
Woman designs amazing nails after leaving her job
Ashley Hoffman left her job as an Office Manager to design nails and open her own nail studio. Her innovative and unique designs transforms how far nail art can go.
Woman shares handshake with a theme park dinosaur
This raptor at Universal always sends a subtle message to one special guest
Best friends quit their jobs to open a bakery
After 20 years of friendship, Lily Fischer and Nima Etemadi decided to take the plunge, quit their day jobs and open up a cupcake bakery in Philadelphia! Today, "Cake Life" specializes in over the top creations like honey-lavender cake and unicorn "poop." Learn more about their story in this episode of Profession to Passion!
100,000 puffins have returned to the UK to breed
These puffins have returned to The Isle of May, for breeding season.
New Yorkers clap and cheer healthcare workers
New Yorkers clapped and cheered healthcare workers on Saturday (April 4th) as the city continues to bear the brunt of the US coronavirus infections.
Pink donates $1 million to coronavirus relief
Singer Pink revealed she and her son started showing symptoms of the coronavirus two weeks ago. To help fight the spread, she announced she’s giving $500,000 to two different relief funds. Plus, Leonardo DiCaprio and Oprah Winfrey are also giving back to help relief efforts during the pandemic.
Get this week's good news
People everywhere are facing the coronavirus pandemic in different ways, whether hunkered down at home, volunteering for helpful causes or working on the frontlines of the current outbreak. But one thing that everybody is looking for is a glimpse of hope during this difficult time. Luckily, there's plenty.
Lawyer quits to become a master of balloon art
Todd Neufeld went from a career in Patent law to becoming a full time balloon artist. Now he makes amazing and intricate designs, even wedding dresses out of balloons.
United Sikhs provide food and emergency relief
United Sikhs, a non-profit organization, opens food banks in Canada, USA, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Learn more here: https://unitedsikhs.org/donate/
Musician with muscular disorder inspires others
James Ian was born with spinal muscular atrophy, a rare condition that effects the body's ability to build muscle. His health has made daily tasks like driving, walking, or even playing the guitar a difficult feat, but singer-songwriter James, has never let his physical limits dictate the lengths to which he'll go to achieve his dreams! Learn more about his inspiring story on this episode of "Beating the Odds!"
95-year-old man survives COVID-19
Bill Kelly has lived through the Great Depression, served in the South Pacific during World War II, and now at 95, has fully recovered from COVID-19, much to the delight of generations of his family … and all of us, as we face the uncertainties of this global pandemic. My theory is when you're born, what's going on in the world, you deal with it,” Bill tells Yahoo Lifestyle. And that's what's happened here in my life … you just do what you have to do.
Players cover opponent after her hijab slips off
Watch the heartwarming moment these athletes stopped playing to help cover their opponent whose hijab slipped off her head
The first football player to be named homecoming queen
Samantha Segura-Veliz is breaking down barriers and making history at her high school.
Wounded warrior helps fellow veterans live with prosthetics
In a new installment of Honoring Our Military TODAY, Natalie Morales catches up with an inspiring wounded warrior. After losing a leg in Afghanistan, Redmond Ramos competed in the Invictus Games and on “The Amazing Race” – and now he’s helping fellow veterans learn to live with prosthetics. (Created by TODAY with our sponsor, Cigna)
Rescuers save elephant stuck in flooded pit
Rescuers in eastern India's Odisha saved an elephant from drowning after it fell into a flooded pit.
Wild pig mom nurses her adorable newborn babies
This mother pig has her hands full with ten hungry little newborn piglets to take care of. They were born just two days before this video was taken. The pigs are wild and they live on the edge of a jungle around a village on Vava'u Island in Tonga. Pigs are farmed here but they often run free, grazing and eating whatever they can find. Many pigs are fully wild, like this one and they can be seen foraging for food in compost heaps, farmer's fields, and under fruit trees. This very loving mother has ten piglets and they are extremely hungry. She lies down on the ground every few hours to let them feed. They nurse hungrily, climbing on each other adorably as they scramble for a chance at the best milk. This mother was also seen hiding her piglets in a little thicket so she could lie down beside them and sleep. Fiercely protective, the mother pig would be a formidable opponent for any dog or other predator who decided to try harming one of these little piglets. They will feed and grow rapidly under her watchful eye. They will need to be fast and strong if they want to survive life in the jungle. Tonga is a beautiful Kingdom with islands surrounded by crystal blue water. A visit here is like stepping back in time as guests witness a simple lifestyle and traditional ways. The Kingdom has not been industrialized as heavily as North America or Europe, and the people here enjoy a beautiful and natural home. But life is also hard and they work for everything, including food. Pigs like these are harvested as a food source by many. Hopefully, these little piglets will learn quickly and keep their wits about them.
This boxing class is for breast cancer survivors only
This private boxing class was designed solely for breast cancer survivors to help them feel empowered and strong 💪🥊
The Incredible Way an Apple Watch Saved This Man’s Life
One man is thanking his Apple Watch for saving his life. James Prudenciano, 28, was hiking along a trail in New Jersey when he slipped over the edge. When he fell, his watch called 911. Rescuers found Prudenciano at the bottom of the cliff with serious injuries. “I'm actually holding on, this watch is right at my face and it said, '911 what's your emergency.' And I’m like, ‘Wow, this is an angel,’” he told Inside Edition. Apple's series four and later watches all have the automatic SOS feature.
Why 101-Year-Old Loves Working at Texas State Fair
At 101, Rose Landin is still employed. She could be found every day at the information booth of the State Fair of Texas, handing out maps and answering questions. She's done this for 25 years. And as this year's festivities drew to a close, Landin said she is going to keep on coming back to work until she can't anymore. "Get your maps," she hollers as Texans stroll by on their quest to find deep-fried food and barnyard animals. InsideEdition.com's Leigh Scheps has more.
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."
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