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Toddler's head reattached after wreck thanks to 'miracle' surgery

After undergoing what some are calling a "miracle" surgery, a 16-month-old from Australia has survived a wreck that pulled his neck from his head internally. According to the Huffington Post, Jackson Taylor was riding with his mother, Rylea, and sister recently when their car crashed head-on into a vehicle going ...

WATCH: Man surprises wife at airport with 'What a Wonderful World' trumpet serenade

A Texas couple is making headlines after their sweet airport reunion went viral. According to a Sept. 22 post on the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Facebook page, Ed Zamora was waiting at the baggage claim for his wife of 33 years, Melody, who was coming home after a trip to Spain. When ...

Is 30 minutes of exercise enough? Not even close

That 30 minutes of moderate workout may not be enough to strengthen your heart. A new study published in Circulation has found that the exercise guidelines set by the American Heart Association had only "modest reductions" in heart failure risk, The Washington Post reported. >> Read more trending stories   Research found that physical ...

A person looks at a self-portrait by Dutch master Rembrandt dated 1669 during a press preview of an exhibition called "Dutch Self-Portraits - Selfies of the Golden Age",  at the Mauritshuis museum in The Hague, Wednesday Oct. 7, 2015. These days, anybody with a smartphone can snap a selfie in a split second. Back in the Golden Age of Dutch painting, they were called self-portraits and were the preserve of trained artists who thought long and hard about every aspect of such a painting. Now the museum is staging an exhibition focusing solely on these 17th Century self-portraits that highlights the similarities but also the significant differences between modern-day snapshots and historic works of art. (AP Photo/Mike Corder)

17th century 'selfies' show at Dutch museum the Mauritshuis

These days, anybody with a smartphone can snap a selfie in a split second. Back in the Dutch Golden Age, they were called self-portraits and were the preserve of highly trained artists who thought long and hard about every aspect of the painting. Now the Mauritshuis museum is staging an ...

FILE - In this Oct. 4, 2015, file photo, Tom Hanks attends the New York Film Festival "Bridge of Spies" premiere at Alice Tully Hall in New York. WNBC-TV reports Hanks found a student identification card Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015, belonging to a Fordham University student and tweeted a photo of it to find its owner. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP, File)

Tom Hanks locates student's ID card, sends tweet to find her

Tom Hank's tweet worked! A student named Lauren who lost her Fordham University ID card has been found. The Oscar-winning actor tweeted a photo of the card Tuesday after finding it in a park. He covered up the woman's last name with his finger in the photo. WCBS-TV ( ) ...

Community rallying to give student with cancer an unforgettable graduation party

A community is coming together to give a high school student with terminal cancer an unforgettable graduation party this weekend. Ryan Conley once before battled cancer and is now trying to beat the disease again. >> Read more trending stories  “It was really a big blow to hear that, but ...

10 ways to get the most out of your MBA - Sponsored

  1.  Take it slow. Many people try to rush through their degree and while a one year option can be good for people (particularly career changers) a two year program offers the perfect balance of challenge and opportunities to apply concepts/make connections. 2. Don't forget to network. The people ...

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Teen shaves his head to support date, her mom battling cancer

Houston High School student Allie Allen is fighting her second onset of cancer. But the illness didn't stop her from attending a homecoming dance with Collierville senior Brayden Carpenter last Saturday. The two have known each other since sixth grade. When Brayden showed up, he had a big surprise for ...

Must-see: Fearless little French bulldog chases bears off owner's property

He only weighs in around 20 pounds but one brave little French bulldog proved that size doesn't really matter when you've got a mean bark. On Friday afternoon, two bears--who are believed to be about a year old each--wandered onto the front yard of a home. Another bear was on ...

Zach Stadelman walks along a flooded street in Wilmington, N.C., Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015. Numerous roads in Brunswick and New Hanover counties in southeastern North Carolina are impassable as a storm system that inundated South Carolina moves north. (Mike Spencer/The Star-News via AP)  MANDATORY CREDIT

Photos: Heavy rain causes flooding along soggy East Coast

Several days of heavy rain has caused flooding in multiple states along the East Coast.

A woman and her 15-month old infant were saved from flooding in South Carolina Sunday. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Anthony L. Soto

Watch as mother and infant are rescued from SC flooding by Coast Guard helicopter

A mother and her 15-month-old daughter were rescued from a flooded house in Huger, South Carolina Sunday. A Coast Guard crew from Air Station Savannah, Georgia helped Cristi Mueller and her daughter, Kailynn Walts, from the rising waters that have devastated parts of South Carolina. Historic flooding has washed ...

Student hero shares message of thanks from hospital bed

Law enforcement in Roseburg are asking people to focus not on the gunman, but on the victims and the heroes.  One such hero is a man, who used to live in Tacoma -- who was shot multiple times while running at the gunman. Chris Mintz, 30, is an Army veteran ...

Fake IRS phone scam is making rounds, again

By Clark Scammers are working overtime trying to get your money in a continuing phone scam. The Internal Revenue Service reports sophisticated IRS impostors are calling people and demanding immediate payment. >>RELATED: Listen to IRS imposter scam robocall that threatens a lawsuit In some cases they're also impersonating local law ...

FILE - In a Monday, March 30, 2015 file photo, former Rhode Island Rep. Patrick Kennedy speaks at the dedication of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, in Boston. A new memoir by Kennedy takes a hard look at his life, and how he and family members including his father struggled with substance abuse and mental health issues as America’s most famous political family.  (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)

Patrick Kennedy memoir takes hard look at family, addiction

A new book by former U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy, youngest son of the late Sen. Edward Kennedy, openly discusses what he says are the mental illnesses and addictions of himself and his family members, and takes on what he portrays as a veil of secrecy used to hide the problems ...


Meet the teacher who made headlines walking his students home daily

It’s the picture that’s gone viral: An elementary school teacher in Memphis, Tennessee, caught on camera walking the young students home from school. Carl Schneider, a third- through fifth-grade special education teacher at the school, told FOX13 he actually feels a little silly about all the attention. “This is just part of my ...

Couple walks down the aisle for the second time, but it's not what you think

A North Carolina couple has married 14 years after they walked down the aisle together the first time. But this is not the typical story of love lost then found again. >> Read more trending stories   Adrian and Brooke Franklin were ring bearer and flower girl years ago, and ...

President Obama vents frustration over Oregon college shooting

“I hope and pray I don’t have to come out again during my tenure as president and offer my condolences to families in these circumstances. But based on my experience as president, I can’t guarantee that. And that’s terrible to say. And it can change,” President Obama said to reporters.  President ...


Staples stores bucking tradition, will be closed on Thanksgiving

Staples employees will be able to share the Thanksgiving holiday with family this year. The company said it is taking a stand against the growing commercialism and will be closed on Thanksgiving, USA Today reported. >> Read more trending stories   Staples will offer online-only deals, and the stores will reopen at 6 ...

Indian director Anurag Ashyap speaks during New Currents Jury press conference at the Busan International Film Festival in Busan, South Korea, Friday, Oct. 2, 2015. Asia's largest film festival opened its doors on Thursday for 10 days of screenings that will highlight the region's young talent and its rich heritage.(AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

Afghan actress urges Afghan women to keep working

When Marina Gulbahari walked the red carpet on the first night of Asia's largest film festival, she showed the world more than the colorful traditional Afghan dress she was wearing. She showed the world the face of women in Afghanistan. For Afghan women, showing one's face in public, not to ...

Kimberly Bellinger holds her 12-year-old dog Bonzo at her mother's 11th floor condo at Rapallo North condominiums in West Palm Beach on Thursday, October 1, 2015. Bonzo fell from the 11th floor balcony in late April 2015, and only broke a rib, Bellinger said. "It's a miracle," she said. (Thomas Cordy / The Palm Beach Post)

Miracle dog survives 11-story fall from Florida balcony

Bonzo, a 12-year-old Pekingese, is a fighter. His owner, Kimberly Bellinger, rescued the New York City stray several years ago. Since then, he’s had a stroke, and he suffers from arthritis and hip dysplasia. Bonzo, who weighs 22 1/2 pounds, needless to say, doesn’t get around very well. More popular ...

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