About Utah: Chuck Norris visits former LDS missionary diagnosed with cancer

SANDY — As afternoon was edging toward evening a week and half ago, a black SUV pulled into the driveway at the home Judy Parry shares with her son Mark.

Marissa Mayer is giving Yahoo employees her annual bonus to make up for massive...

Marissa Mayer announced today in a note posted to her personal Tumblr page that she will be redistributing her annual bonus and equity stock grant to Yahoo employees.

Historically High Snowpack Levels in Sierra Nevada Help Power California Out of Drought

New measurements taken Wednesday show that California’s incredibly wet winter has resulted in historically high snowpack levels in the Sierra Nevada, underscoring the state’s rapid march out of drought conditions.

Baron, dog found mutilated in Detroit, finds a new home

DETROIT - A dog that was found abandoned in the streets of Detroit with its nose, ears and tail cut off has found a new home.

Surprise! Denver Zoo welcomes baby giraffe Dobby

DENVER – While you were waiting for internet sensation April to give birth in New York, the Denver Zoo quietly welcomed a baby giraffe Tuesday morning.

Time Daily: Senior class gives trip money to principal battling cancer

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Big Bang Theory cast agrees to take pay cut to help raise Mayim Bialik...

Before locking down an additional, possibly final two seasons for The Big Bang Theory, CBS will have to work out a suitable contract for actresses Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik, who play Bernadette and Amy, respectively. 

Kansas hero Ian Grillot bats for equality, wants to visit India in ‘near future’...

A week after he became known round the world when he tried to intervene as a US Navy veteran opened fire at two Indian engineers at a Kansas bar, fame sits lightly on the shoulders of Ian Grillot.

Mixed-race couple: ‘The priest refused to marry us’ – BBC News

Trudy and Barclay Patoir met during World War Two at a time when mixed-race relationships were still taboo.

Mario Lemieux takes fan, cancer survivor, for skate

As part of his 2017 Mario Lemieux Fantasy Camp, the former Pittsburgh Penguins great took Penguins fan and cancer survivor Lily Tarasiewicz for the skate of a lifetime at the outdoor rink at Heinz Field.

Watch 4-year-old wrestler’s unique strategy: Running away from his opponent

A 4-year-old boy’s first wrestling match didn’t quite go as planned: Instead of grappling with his opponent, the boy simply ran from her in circles.

Rolls-Royce has built a car just for sick children

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has developed a bespoke child-sized version of the luxury model to enable children facing surgery to drive themselves to the operating theatre.

Italian court recognises gay parents for the first time in landmark ruling – Independent.ie

The children, now aged seven, were born to a surrogate mother in Canada through artificial insemination and neither they nor their fathers have been identified.

Iranian baby with heart condition doing well following Trump’s entry ban

A 4-month-old Iranian girl suffering from a rare condition who was affected by US President Donald Trump’s Muslim ban is now doing well and making good progress after her life-saving surgery last Friday.

The Enlightenment Project

Being around a college classroom can really expand your perspective.

Jews supporting torched Tampa mosque $18 at a time

(JTA) — The Muslim man who started a crowdfunding page to help repair a mosque in Tampa damaged in an arson attack realized that many of the donors were Jewish after noticing the gifts came in multiples of 18.

An American in D.C. A refugee in Iraq. And a powerful exhibit that let...

Iraqi refugees in Erbil listen as Wassim Subie translates their words to Nancy Gillette at a video “portal” at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum that allows live, face-to-face conversations from across the globe.

Groundbreaking ABC7 News AIDS journalist remembered for fearless video diary

As an entertainment reporter at ABC7 news in San Francisco, Paul Wynne followed the bright lights.