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This is a full moon descending on Angel Falls, on the south side of Yosemite, just west of Sentinel Rock.
Were it not for a man named Keith Pugmire from Sandy, Utah, a woman living with multiple sclerosis would have moved into a nursing home at least ten years ago
An FDA evaluation of CBD drug Epidiolex that was recently made public shows that the FDA originally wanted to make Epidiolex completely unscheduled but DEA concerns lead to Schedule 5 instead, according to a Marijuana Moment report.
Tyler began living behind bars at 23 after he was caught selling LSD for a third time. The Grateful Dead fan — or self-proclaimed “Deadhead” — sold the drug on the side while traveling the country, selling fried dough at the psychedelic band’s shows. He was on the way to another Grateful Dead gig in California when he was arrested on a warrant out of Florida.
A blind dog which "took it in his head to swim to the Isle of Wight" has been saved from the sea off Hampshire after it got into "grave difficulties"
A man was hospitalized after he nearly drowned in the waters off Harbor Island, but is still alive thanks to a quick-thinking worker at the Port of Seattle terminals.
A man living at a St. Louis area RV park got the surprise of his life from a man he recently met.
When one father desperately needed a new kidney, two teachers from his daughter's school offered to donate their own — sparking a donor chain that saved not only his life, but seven others' lives, too.
All families have a story — some more positive than others. Although not always the case today, children have long inherited their family heirlooms — or of course, places of residence.
A nationwide foundation aimed to feed the hungry is in St. Louis for the first time.
Prosecutors in Georgia may have thought they had a slam-dunk case when the defendant confessed to police and in court, but jurors refused to convict on a felony charge for a man growing marijuana for his own personal, medicinal use.
Help arrived on two wheels for Columbo the dog.
Some medical students at the University of Houston won't have to worry about paying for school.
An impoverished student in central China has taken to selling ice lollies at a tourist hotspot to earn money for his college tuition and his family’s medical expenses.
“I’ve had two profoundly humbling days in my life. The first was the day my son was born. The second was that unforgettable day at the Auction House.”
He offers free lawn care for the disabled, elderly, single moms and veterans.
Five Denver police officers were awarded for going above and beyond their police duties to help others Wednesday morning.