Love works in mysterious ways. Some people find their soulmate late in their 20's, but these two lovebirds found each other when they were only 3 years old. The story about how fate brought these two back together after being separated for nearly a year has us believing in fairy tales.
An almost-bride takes lemons and makes lemonade. Sarah Cummins was set to walk down the aisle but ended up cancelling her wedding the week of. With a non-refundable $30,000 wedding, she decided to take the positive route and turn it into a charity event.
Sorry to ruin all the fun, but The Happiest Place on Earth has a catch. Sprinkling ashes of a loved one in Disney is not a rare occurrence. People want their loved ones to end up in a happy place, so they choose Disney. Here is the truth and nothing but the truth. Read this only if you really want to know what's going on.
All Janae Price wanted was for her father to walk her down the aisle and have a special father-daughter dance with her. When she discovered he couldn't make it, she brought the wedding to him. His reaction is priceless
A musician recently found out that the rejection from a prestigious music program he received in 2014 was actually a fake rejection. But who sent it? Turns out it was his girlfriend! The obsessed partner didn't want her boyfriend to leave her for a program a country away so she took things into her own hands.
Most kids spend their summers staring at screens or kicking around a ball. Luke Thill decided to go a different route and be productive. Youtube and the tiny house movement inspired him to build a small house of his own. In two months he worked for the tools while building his tiny home... the results are incredible!
Most teens ask their dream girl to their senior prom, but this Texan boy is unlike the rest. He decided to take his mother to the dance and fulfill a promise he made her in middle school. Joe Moreno and his mother danced the night away. The reason he made his night all about mamma is so adorable, you'll tear up instantly.
Susan Walters fought for her life when a hitman, sent by her husband, broke into her home and tried to murder her. Eight years later Walters tells her story and offers a piece of advice to all women.
One of America’s most dangerous cities takes a new approach on violence control. Richmond, CA’s most likely to kill or be killed were paid to put their guns down. The astonishing results reveal what gangsters really want.
The Pentagon claims ownership over Guantanamo’s prison artwork and places a ban on allowing the art to leave prison grounds. Word about potential plans to burn or archive the artwork angers American citizens across the country.