Today's selection of inspirational, family-friendly entertainment
For every negative stereotype about them, wolves prove to be a necessary part of the greater ecosystem. Before you jump to conclusions, you may want to see how they are literally transforming the world around them.
Kate Ogg was only 26 weeks into her pregnancy when she went into labor with twins. In the chaos of the delivery room, Kate and her husband were told their son wouldn't make it. So when he opened his eyes, they knew he was a living miracle.
Before he lost his battle to kidney cancer, 18-year-old Malik Sparkman asked for one thing and one thing only: to step on the football field with his team one last time. While dressed in their uniforms, the Trojans gave him his final wish.
U.S. Army Sgt. Jonathan Keeney met Megan when they were both in high school. In the many years that they have been together, the two have been through a lot, including Jonathan's deployment.
"MEDi," or Medicine and Engineering Designing Intelligence, is here to help make life a little easier for children at hospitals and the doctors that see them.
During the 2013 World Series, United States Marine Sergeant Dan Clark took center field. From the moment his first note hits, the crowd is left in awe. Give the full performance a listen, you'll be glad you did.
To her students, Sonya Romero is a hero. In addition to offering support to children with financial and academic needs, she's adopted two students. Now, her students show her how much she has meant to them.
Rupert was just four weeks old when he was taken in at the International Primate Rescue and introduced to William the cat. The pair quickly bonded. As you can see, even after spending some time apart, these best friends are glad to be back together.
This young couple is about to see the beauty in aging. Watch what happens when their partner transforms right in front of their eyes.