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Six Generations of Women Gather With 111-Year-Old Grandma

It’s rare to see five generations of a family get together, so when six generations can hang out it has to be documented. That’s exactly what happened when Mollie Wood turned 111-years-old at the end of April.

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Oil Executive Donates $20,000 to Billings Homeless Shelter

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The president of a Texas-based oil and gas exploration company made an impromptu $20,000 donation to a women's shelter in Billings on Mother's Day.

Sam Tallis tells The Billings Gazette he was eating breakfast at a cafe Sunday where other families were celebrating

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How Happy Are Americans?

Americans might not be as miserable as you think.

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Six-Year-Old With Cerebral Palsy Surprises Homecoming Marine Dad by Walking

The other day we posted a homecoming video in which a soldier surprises his two young children, who were throwing out the first pitch at an Arizona Diamondbacks game, by being the mystery catcher. We said it was the best homecoming video we’ve seen in some time.

Well, consider it topped.

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Soldier Dad Gives Kids a Huge Surprise After First Pitch at Diamondbacks Game

Six-year-old Jackson Aguirre and his five-year-old sister Alanna were pretty thrilled to have been chosen to throw out the first pitch at a recent Arizona Diamondbacks game. Which isn’t surprising, as that honor is usually reserved for luminaries, not a couple kids in elementary school.

Right before their big moment the stadium’s JumboTron displayed a video message from their dad, a soldier stationed in Afghanistan. 

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One-Armed Little League Pitcher Coleman Shannon Throws a Shocking No-Hitter

Coleman Shannon was born without a right hand and forearm, due to a medical condition called Amelia, but that hasn’t slowed him down from chasing his baseball dreams. In fact, the 14-year-old left-handed pitcher recently threw a no-hitter in a Johnsonville, SC little league game.

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From Homeless to Harvard – Incredibly Determined Teen Reaches the Ivy Leagues

People always say, “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” but Dawn Loggins, an 18-year-old student from North Carolina, actually experienced this life lesson in one of the most heart-wrenching ways.

Finding herself homeless several times and earning a living as her high school’s janitor, her dreams of a better life finally came true when she got accepted to Harvard University.

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Disabled Vet Learns How to Walk Again With Help from Wrestler ‘Diamond’ Dallas Page

In this heartwarming video, disabled Gulf War vet Arthur Boorman learns how to walk again through a yoga program designed by former wrestler “Diamond” Dallas Page. No word on whether Boorman also mastered the art of DDP’s “Self High Five.” (Come on, wrestling fans, you know what we’re talking about.)

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Five-Year-Old With Leukemia’s ‘Make A Wish’ Dream Is to Help at a Soup Kitchen

Five-year-old Leland Camara suffers from Leukemia. He’s had some tough days since he was diagnosed in September, but he also realizes that others have gone out of their way to make his time more joyful as he battles the disease. For example, last winter his hometown fire department in Anchorage, Alaska sent Santa Claus over to his house so he could enjoy a proper Christmas.

So when Leland got hooked up with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, he asked for two wishes.

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Two-Year-Old Rides Toy Bike Three Miles In Bid To See Sick Grandmother

Two-year old Noah Joel really wanted to see his sick grandmother in the hospital. So he pulled a stunt that darn near gave his mom a heart attack.

The toddler from Hameln, Germany snuck out his room when his mother thought he was playing. Then he grabbed his trusty toy bike and paddled toward where he believed the hospital and his granny to be. For provisions, Joel filled a backpack with candy.

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