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Bill Cosby Goes on Tour to Teach Men How to Avoid Sexual Assault Allegations

After an excruciating 52 hours of deliberation, Bill Cosby’s criminal trial ended in a deadlock last week as the jury was unable to reach a unanimous decision and were forced to declare a mistrial. The 79-year-old comedian was on trial for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constard, a former women’s basketball coach at Temple...

This Family Won $429 Million at the Lottery, and Used it in the Best Possible Way

A New Jersey family is taking the expression “pay it forward” to heart and plans to use their lottery winnings to do some real good in their hometown. While many squander lottery winnings on frivolous things like sports cars and gaudy jewelry, Pearlie Mae Smith and her seven children want to use their winnings to...

World’s First Water Park for People with Disabilities Opens in the U.S.

A new water park has opened in San Antonio, Texas, which has been purposely built to accommodate guests of all abilities. The park, Morgan’s Inspiration Island, has been carefully designed to be fully wheelchair-accessible, filled with specialized rides and attractions that offer safe and comfortable fun for a wide range of people with disabilities. Guests with...

Bill Cosby Goes on Tour to Teach Men How to Avoid Sexual Assault Allegations

After an excruciating 52 hours of deliberation, Bill Cosby’s criminal trial ended in a deadlock last week as the jury was unable to reach a unanimous decision and were forced to declare a mistrial. The...

This Family Won $429 Million at the Lottery, and Used it in the Best Possible Way

A New Jersey family is taking the expression “pay it forward” to heart and plans to use their lottery winnings to do some real good in their hometown. While many squander lottery winnings on frivolous...

World’s First Water Park for People with Disabilities Opens in the U.S.

A new water park has opened in San Antonio, Texas, which has been purposely built to accommodate guests of all abilities. The park, Morgan’s Inspiration Island, has been carefully designed to be fully wheelchair-accessible, filled with...

MIT’s Color-Changing Tattoo Tracks Your Health in Real Time

With an incredible new project that blends biotechnology and body art, researchers from MIT and Harvard Medical School have developed a tattoo ink that changes color to provide real-time updates on the body’s health. The project,...

These 11 Abandoned Places Will Send Chills Down Your Spine

Humans have a long standing fascination with abandoned places. Perhaps it’s the poignant silence of decay, or the sometimes dark and brutal history behind a site’s abandonement. Either way, the images captured of these now...

This Korean Artist Takes ‘Latte Art’ to a Whole New Level

Over the past 5 years, Korea’s coffee industry has exploded to place the country as the 11th largest consumer in the world. In a country where beauty and aesthetics are culturally paramount, it should come as...

98-Year-Old Turned $1,000 Into $2 Million, and Gave it All to Charity

Russ Gremel is “a very simple man” who prefers oatmeal to fine dining. He’s lived in the same house on the outskirts of Chicago for 95 years, and drove the same weathered Dodge for a...

This Woman Went From Being a Hasidic Rabbi to an Inspiring Trans Activist

Abby Stein always considered herself a girl at heart, in body and mind. It wasn’t until she realized everyone else thought she was a boy that she knew something wasn’t right. As she wipes lipstick...

These Cynical Illustrations About Modern Life Will Make You Think

Eduardo Salles is a celebrated advertiser, designer, illustrator, writer and professor at the Miami Ad School. Prolific in an array of professions, Salles also runs a blog called Cinismoilustrado, where he posts ingenious, cynical illustrations about the reality of...

Homeless Hero Who Helped Manchester Victims Gets Rewarded With a Roof Over His Head

Even though pain and heartbreak has engulfed the city of Manchester, there have been incredible stories of kindness trickling out from this week’s terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert. One of those stories centers...

Art Therapy Works Miracles for Veterans With PTSD. Here’s How

For those who have suffered severe physical or emotional trauma, talking directly to a therapist might not be so easy. That’s why art therapy has become increasingly popular in the treatment of difficult psychological conditions...

The New Hype: Tattoos You Can Actually Listen to

Tattoo enthusiasts around the world are in a frenzy over the newest advancement in body art technology – audible, sound wave tattoos. That’s right, you can now have the voice of a loved one or...

Trump’s Way of Inspiring College Graduates? Whining

“Woe is me, why’s the media always keeping me down?” seemed to be a resounding theme of Trump’s commencement speech at the Coast Guard Academy in Connecticut on Wednesday. A class of bright-eyed young men...

What it’s Like to be Married to a Robot

Zheng Jiajia is an engineer and a graduate of Zhejiang University. He is 31 years old and married to a beautiful young woman named Yingying – who he built in his apartment. Yingying is a...

Students at This High School Don’t Choose Their Prom Dates. Here’s Why

Sweaty palms, itchy tuxes, sexual tension, and a whole lot of hairspray. This is the Prom many of us grew up with. Our experience of this adolescent milestone rested mostly on our position within the...

This Brave Girl Scout Confronting a Neo-Nazi is Taking the Internet by Storm

In a time of political unrest and rising nationalism, it seems the whole world is facing an existential question: Who are we? What do we stand for? There are no clear answers, but courageous moments...

How One Family Gave This Terminally Ill Dog the Best Gift Ever

Adalard isn’t your typical boxer. Sure, he has the playful and loving disposition associated with the breed, but unfortunately for the three-year-old pup, he has an inoperable tumor on the inside of his cranial cavity,...

This Muslim Man Has Dedicated His Life to Fostering Terminally Ill Children

In a time of divisions and daily uncertainties, we could all use a little faith. Not only in a religion (if you are a believer), but in humanity… and the time we have while we’re...