A nearly 70-year-old paletero in Chicago was taken aback by a family's kind act after he bonded with them during a stroll through their neighborhood.
A boy whose mother posted a now-viral video about her son being bullied at school now has Wolverine and Luke Skywalker at his back.
A couple is facing charges for fraud and theft by deception after they allegedly faked a pregnancy and then the subsequent birth and death of a baby.
The family of beloved "Mary Tyler Moore Show" star Valerie Harper, who has struggled with cancer for years, is seeking donations for her medical care through a GoFundMe campaign.
The mailman of 35 years said that the block party the neighbors of Marietta, Georgia, threw him was the nicest thing anyone has ever done for him.
"You obviously have the money ... so why are you asking your fans?" one commenter tweeted after the "Modern Family" star shared the fundraising link.
“My parents basically taught me if someone needs help, you should be able to help them, and if someone is down, bring them up."
“I’d like to ask those who have negative thoughts or opinions about the tragedy that happened to my family, to keep them to themselves,” Hyland wrote.
Christine Blasey Ford's life has been upended since she came forward with sexual assault allegations against then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
A hospital in Grand Rapids, Mich., is facing backlash after recommending that a woman try “fundraising” to afford a heart transplant.
A New Jersey couple and a homeless man have been charged with second-degree crimes for fabricating a story to scam money out of unsuspecting online donors.
A photo of a young man with lung cancer is inspiring people on the internet to conquer their fitness goals — and to think twice before passing judgment.
"During the routine CT scan, they found abnormalities in my brain. Later that night, they told me, ‘I’m sorry, you have a brain tumour.'"
A young woman asking for an opinion on her dress texted the wrong number. A father of 6 received the text and responded to her. Here's how it's already changing the life of his little boy with leukemia.
Russell Marsh told his wife, Helen, how an ill patient coughed on him at work on Feb. 12. Just two days later he fell sick with a cough and fever.
It's a "Cinderella" story for a Chicago teen who was struggling to pay her way to three big year-end events: a luncheon, graduation, prom.
The GoFundMe page for the Gaytan family and their quadruplets, not shown here, has raised nearly $1 million. It was already a stunningly poignant story: Just before New Year’s, Kayla Gaytan of Kentucky miraculously gave birth to quadruplets in the midst of her struggle with cancer, as was reported by various media. “At about 8 p.m. CT, they were at $60K, and they’re now at $800K,” a GoFundMe spokesperson told Yahoo Beauty on Friday afternoon.