“So this is why you should always tip your bartenders and servers, anyone who waits on you or provides a service for you,” Aaliyah Cortez said in the now-viral video she posted last month.
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A World War II veteran was carried to his seat by fellow Trump supporters at his campaign stop in Phoenix Wednesday.
After a girl left her longtime Winnie-the-Pooh stuffed animal on a flight, Southwest Airlines came to the rescue.
A Rhode Island family's doorbell camera captured a touching moment, where their young son hugged their pizza delivery driver.
Two off-duty Kentucky police officers, a married couple out for date night, thwarted an armed robbery by springing up from their table at a Lexington fried-chicken restaurant, drawing their guns and chasing the suspect out of the building.
A cop marching behind a group of dancers in a Mardi Gras parade couldn’t resist but join in the festivities.
An 8-year-old girl celebrated her birthday at her favorite place: Target.
A robber grabbed and shoved a senior citizen at an ATM. But the victim wasn't going to give up his valuables.
Two-year-old Oliver sees kids every day, but he never gets to see kids just like him.
An orchestra violinist played her instrument during an operation to remove a brain tumor at King’s College Hospital in London on Jan. 31, ensuring the musician’s hand movement and coordination were not accidentally damaged by surgeons.
A photo of a pigeon and chihuahua cuddling at animal shelter in New York have gone viral.
Charlene works at a Walmart store in Maryland and has earned a loyal following on Facebook thanks to her creative poses and always serious facial expressions.
It was a Valentine's Day surprise for the widow of Show Low's former Mayor, Randy Tenney. He died back in December after a four-month battle with brain cancer, but Debbie Tenney got a special delivery from her late husband that she never expected.
The 147-pound Akita mix has been racking up fans on Facebook after a video of him ‘washing’ the window of his kennel with his tongue went viral.
A couple who adopted a newborn daughter in Colorado was heading back home to California and had an unforgettable experience on a Southwest Airlines flight.
Oliver Garza-Pena became captivated after noticing an advertisement featuring a boy in a wheelchair just like him.
“You don’t see things like that anymore," the homeowner said.
Nelson Gibson says his family can't sit with him during his treatments, so he began bringing a cardboard cutout picture of President Trump for emotional support, but now he's run into a roadblock.
The restaurant immediately arranged to open early for Adelaide and her family to have a private meal, disinfecting the dining area and decorating a table with pink accents, celebrating Adelaide’s favorite color.