A subway hero recently rescued a woman being sexually assaulted and collared the suspect. “As soon as she said that he was trying to rape her, I just reacted,” Maurice Osborne told CBS2’s Matt Kozar on Friday. Despite getting six stitches above his left eye and a swollen right hand that looked more like a […]Read more "Subway Hero Rescues Woman Being Assulated"
Evan Davis sanded the back of a large walnut throne, scrubbing in the direction of the grain, to smooth the seat Pope Francis will sit on when he visits next month. In a carpentry shop at the Philadelphia Industrial Correctional Center, Davis, and about a dozen other inmates have been working for four weeks on […]Read more "Inmates Create Chair For Pope"
Saudi Arabia took a significant step forward this week by allowing women for the first time to both register to vote and to run for office in the municipal elections due to take place in December. The move allays concerns that King Salman, rumored to be closer to the country’s hardline conservative religious establishment than […]Read more "Women In Saudi Arabia Allowed To Vote"
Harvor Davis’ best work happens in places most never see. “Driving the ambulance, you get a lot of attention,” Davis said. “People want you to stop, and they say, ‘Hey, what is the SoupMobile?’” The SoupMobile is a non-profit that feeds the homeless, and Davis runs their warehouse. He understands the homeless because he used […]Read more "Dentist Gives Once-Homeless Man New Smile"
A Calgary taxi driver carrying more than just a fare is counting his lucky stars after he was able to successfully return nearly $11,000 to its rightful owners Thursday morning. After picking up a mother and son duo from the Calgary Airport around 5 p.m. Wednesday, Mohammad Khawaja, a driver for Associated Cabs, unloaded the […]Read more "Taxi Driver Returns Bag With 11K Inside"
Welcome to the border between the US and Mexico. Home to numerous migrant, snarling police officers – and the most subversive game of volleyball in the world. Known affectionately as “wallyball”, the border sport is thought to have been first played as part of a Mexican fiesta in 1979, before being re-staged by a magazine […]Read more "Border Of America And Mexico Host Volleyball Game"
A very shy man from a tiny Alberta hamlet made his wife blush and a room full of people laugh Thursday when asked why he was in the Mini Mart that day. “We had to go get birth control,” said Raymond Scott, glancing at his wife, Sheena. Then he chuckled, and everyone joined in. It […]Read more "Deserving Couple Win 50M From Lottery"
At this point in the 3D-printing game it should be obvious why the tech exists and why we should all own 3D printers: because they can change lives. Nowhere is that point hammered home more than in videos featuring the E-nable arms. In this latest video a girl named Isabella gets an amazing purple and […]Read more "Young Girl Unpacks New 3-D Printed Arm"
Babbette Jaquish loved a lot of flowers, but sunflowers were her favorite. So when she passed away from cancer at 66 last November, her husband Don Jaquish planted nearly 400 acres of sunflowers for her. “She was as beautiful on the inside as she was on the outside,” Jaquish, 65, told ABC News. It took […]Read more "Man Plants Sunflowers As Tribute To Wife"
Siri was not just an iPhone feature for one man, but also a hero. A man in Tennessee was saved from getting crushed under his 5,000- pound truck when Siri helped him call 911, Sam Ray, 18, was working under his 1998 Black Dodge Dakota at his home when the jack holding up his truck […]Read more "Siri Saves Man’s Life"