A charity that gives food – and frees hostages

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA — It was before 6 a.m., and Imtiaz Sooliman was already wide awake.

‘Never too late,’ says 80-year-old first-time bride, who marries 95-year-old widower | Miami Herald

In a champagne-color dress, a white veil on her hair and holding a white flower bouquet in her hands, 80-year-old Maria Teresa Cobar walked down the aisle for the first time in her life, to join her 95-year-old groom, Carlos Victor Suarez.

Donated breastmilk a Tasmanian first

In a Tasmanian first, premature babies at the Royal Hobart Hospital are now being offered donated human breastmilk, flown in from Queensland.


This woman walks 10 dogs a day and brings new meaning to the phrase "97 years young."

55-year-old running back makes D-I football history

On Saturday afternoon, Joe Thomas Sr. fulfilled his lifelong dream of playing college football.

Police Handing Out Turkeys Instead of Traffic Tickets, Just in Time for Thanksgiving

Motorists pulled over in Texas got quite the surprise when they were given a turkey instead of a traffic ticket.

86-Year-Old Man Learns to Knit to Make Hats for Preemies

More than 300 preemie babies in the NICU at Northside Hospital in Atlanta are sleeping more cozily thanks to the efforts of an 86-year-old man.

Assyrian Students Sleep Outside to Help Syrian, Iraqi Refugees

Students at universities around Ontario, including Ryerson, are spending the week sleeping outside to raise money and awareness for refugees and internally displaced people in Iraq and Syria.

Desert Farm Grows Food Without Groundwater, Soil, Fuel or Pesticides

Using the sun and the sea, renewable sources of energy and water, a desert farming operation in Australia show how organic food in a fresh new and sustainable way.

Pot POWs Head Home as AUMA Opens the Gates for California Cannabis Prisoners |...

Nuts and bolts policy arguments characterized much of the often-heated debate surrounding California’s Adult Use Of Marijuana act.