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Qdoba Employee Helps Disabled Customer Eat: 'There's Still Some Good People in the World' (VIDEO)

Originally posted 05/15/2015 10:50AM

[YOUTUBE "qHV6frKFsHo" “auto”] A restaurant employee's amazing act of kindness was caught on video after another customer secretly recorded him feeding a disabled customer.

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102-Year-Old Receives Doctorate 77 Years After Nazis Denied Her the Right

102-Year-Old Receives Doctorate 77 Years After Nazis Denied Her the Right

Originally posted 05/14/2015 06:15PM

In 1938, Ingeborg Rapoport was denied the right to defend her doctoral thesis in Germany. Seventy-seven years later, she was given a second chance.

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Heroes Among Us

Homecoming King Brandon Gruber Takes Underprivileged Teens to Prom

Originally posted 05/14/2015 11:00AM

Brandon Gruber's story could have ended with the bullied senior with Down syndrome being crowned homecoming king last fall, but that was just the beginning. In less than a year, Gruber has taught his high school classmates that he's much more than his diagnosis.

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Elderly Man's Desperate 911 Call for Food Inspires Operator's Compassion

Originally posted 05/14/2015 01:00AM

[EMBEDCODE {}] When Clarence Blackmon returned to his Fayetteville, North Carolina, home following a months-long hospital stay for cancer treatments, his refrigerator was empty.

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How One Restaurant Worker's Act of Kindness Went Viral

Originally posted 05/13/2015 08:45PM

[EMBEDCODE {}] Here's a story about a restaurant worker who did the right thing, and a customer who was so impressed that he recorded it all on video to share with the world.

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'Everyone Was Panicked but We All Helped Each Other Out,' Says Passenger on Derailed Amtrak Train

'Everyone Was Panicked but We All Helped Each Other Out,' Says Passenger on Derailed Amtrak Train

Originally posted 05/13/2015 02:45PM

Janna D'Ambrisi was in Washington, D.C., for a conference and decided to take an Amtrak train home Tuesday night so she could make it back for work on Wednesday morning.

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15-Year-Old Boy Brings Pads and Tampons to School to Support Girls

15-Year-Old Boy Brings Pads and Tampons to School to End Girls' Period Secrecy

Originally posted 05/13/2015 11:15AM

Jose Garcia of Miami, Florida, is packing tampons and pads along with his pens and notebooks.

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Single Mom of Autistic Children Helps Struggling Families: 'God Gave Me My Kids for a Reason'

Single Mom of Autistic Children Helps Struggling Families: 'God Gave Me My Kids for a Reason'

Originally posted 05/13/2015 10:00AM

Single mom Yadira Galván couldn't find the help her three children with disabilities needed – so she started a program to assist other families like hers in Kennewick, Washington.

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Family of Brain-Dead Mother Kept on Life Support to Deliver Baby: 'We Will Move Forward for Baby Angel'

Family of Brain-Dead Mother Kept on Life Support to Safely Deliver Baby: 'We Will Move Forward for Baby Angel'

Originally posted 05/13/2015 08:55AM

Karla Perez had a headache, decided to take a nap, and just one day later, the 22-year-old who was four-and-half-months pregnant was declared brain dead.

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89-Year-Old World War II Veteran Receives High School Diploma

89-Year-Old World War II Veteran Receives High School Diploma

Originally posted 05/12/2015 12:15PM

It took him over 70 years to do it, but World War II veteran Billy Mills has earned his high school diploma.

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