Panicked Boyfriend Finds His Stolen Engagement Ring in Incredible Twist of Fate: ‘I Went...

A nightmare morning for one California man had a happy ending thanks to a stroke of serendipity.

Drone saves teen swimmers in world first

Two teenage boys were rescued by a brand new lifesaving drone in Australia while lifeguards were still training to use the device.

BlackRock’s Message: Contribute to Society, or Risk Losing Our Support

On Tuesday, the chief executives of the world’s largest public companies will be receiving a letter from one of the most influential investors in the world.

Attack on inter-caste married couple

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it was "absolutely illegal" for anyone to attack couples marrying outside their caste while reading the riot act.

U.K. Now Has A Minister For Loneliness

The U.K. has appointed a minister of loneliness to tackle what Prime Minister Theresa May calls a "sad reality of modern life" for many U.K. citizens.

North Korean Athletes Will March With South Koreans At Pyeongchang Olympics

The details of how North Korea will participate in the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea are still being worked out, but the two countries say their athletes will march together at the opening ceremony, under a unification flag.

Dallas Maverick, Puerto Rico Native J.J. Barea Continues Maria Relief With Hundreds Of Bikes

Dallas Mavericks point guard J.J. Barea has been helping his native Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria hit the island in September.

Grandson surprises grandfather with restored 1957 Chevy

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Fred Lamar’s 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air sat in a garage, just as he left it, for 30 years.

Electricity finally restored to a school in Puerto Rico months after Hurricane Maria

PUERTO RICO (WKBW) - Nearly four months after Hurricane Maria wrecked havoc on Puerto Rico, power is being restored to parts of the island.

Fundraiser Saves Pony Who Lost Penis To Cancer, Frostbite

BRIDGTON, Maine (AP/WWJ) – An animal rescue group says it has raised enough money to save a 15-year-old pony that lost part of its penis due to cancer and frostbite.

Dozens of dogs adopted, rescued after city shelter hits capacity

Krystle Delles drove from Aurora to Chicago’s animal shelter Saturday to look for her family’s next dog.

Vikings fans donate thousands to charity founded by Saints punter

MINNEAPOLIS - An act of sportsmanship in the moment of victory was not lost upon Vikings fans during Sunday’s match-up with the Saints.

Employees at US Tool split million-dollar Powerball jackpot

FARMINGTON, Mo. – Peggy Lunsford has been like a queen with her coworkers at US Tool in Farmington.

North and South Korea to march together at Olympics

The unification ministry announced a range of joint activities between the countries for the Games, following talks Wednesday at the demilitarized zone (DMZ).

Rural King donates $460k to Sarah Bush Lincoln’s Heart Center

Rural King reported in a press release that the new Heart Center will consolidate cardiac services, including the addition of a second cardiac cath lab, 15 exam rooms for the cardiac and pulmonary clinic, rehab gym, stress testing, echo cardiography, pulmonary function testing, EKG, and nuclear medicine.

Pill mill ruling raises questions about police power

A sheriff’s detective strayed beyond his own county while investigating a pill mill operation, and that’s jeopardizing the case against two former Pompano Beach firefighters.

Dads in Sweden took more paternity leave than ever in 2017

Sweden offers 480 days of parental leave per child which can be shared out between mothers and fathers as they see fit, but with each parent entitled to at least three use-it-or-lose-it months.

Somaliland criminalizes rape for the first time. Rapists now stand to face up to...

Lawmakers of the self-declared state Somaliland has introduced a bill outlawing rape, taking their first step in addressing gender-based violence.