A golden retriever truly lives up to its name.
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The only right way to play basketball is the wholesome way.
A five-month-old gets one heck of an ab workout.
Ninety-one-year-old Nora Boardman and 89-year-old Eileen Gill hadn't seen one another since they were in their single digits.
Little Lawree, born with a deformed right leg, takes some of her first few unassisted steps. It's magic.
Firefighter Alen Hertl thought this would be just another routine blindfolded space search exercise. Little did he know his girlfriend, Petra Mihelić, who's also a firefighter, had other plans in mind.
16-year-old Jason Frederick sunk this glorious basket while playing in a pick-up game during the North Carolina State and Maine women's basketball halftime show.
With mom out of town, the boys finally felt free to let it go.
A ball of yarn conforms to fit in with the culture of its new office.
The firefighter exchanges names with the child, who is nonverbal due to cerebral palsy, and teaches the word for "firefighter" in sign language.
With snow a rare sight in Alabama, this guy decided to make some fun out a slow work day.
Born in Pakistan with a childhood in the Netherlands, her dad — the chief imam of the Islamic Center of Ireland — has some learning to do.
Lylah Rae was so happy to be in her father's arms after he had been away for six weeks.
The students practiced every Sunday for a month to get ready for the surprise.
This is the best dog in the world right here, no contest.
After a week apart, this homeless man was deeply relieved to be back with his best friend who was no worse for wear.
Icecream the horse doesn't have a care in the world now that she can finally stretch her legs.
The picture frame includes a collage with a photo announcing the due date.
To thank him for being such a wonderful father, his family reunited him with a 1973 Corvette Stingray.
If only all relationships between exes could be this amicable and hilarious.
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