What about tomorrow? What will it look like? What will happen? So much of the human experience is about wondering and worrying about the future.
Recently, many Americans were focused on the date: Oct. 21, 2015, which was made significant thirty years ago with the hit cinematic sequel "Back to the Future II."
As people compare the movie's view of today, versus how today actually is, some wonder if things will be better thirty years from now, or worse. more >>
It was an honorable send-off for a good friend and fellow law enforcer of the canine persuasion.
Members of the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office bid their final farewells to a beloved narcotics detector K-9, Argo.
Born in 2006 in the Czech Republic, Argo had been battling bone cancer for some time, however the battle was becoming too much for the heroic creature. more >>
Talk about a house-trained animal! One formerly homeless pit bull developed a unique talent while waiting to be adopted.
Named Rush, the pooch was recently found ragging about his sheet to make his bed, showing that, if nothing else, he is a proper and civilized creature.
While under the care of the Society for the Improvement of Conditions for Stray Animals, Rush was filmed making his bed. more >>
NEW YORK — Lakewood Church Pastor and New York Times best-selling author Joel Osteen and his family told thousands of New Yorkers who attended his Night of Hope event at the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn on Friday that they are "pregnant with possibility" and shouldn't abandon their dreams.
Osteen, along with his wife, Victoria, and mother, Dolores, shared testimonies about how they endured harsh trials — yet emerged from their ordeals feeling blessed — as the crowd eagerly listened.
Dolores testified of her battle with cancer in 1981 when she was given just two weeks to live. Despite the initial diagnosis, she continued to believe that God would heal her, and instead of being bitter, she chose to use her remaining time to forgive those who hurt her and to ask forgiveness of those whom she hurt. more >>
Sadie Robertson made a military-inspired fashion statement on Instagram last week while urging her followers to pray for those serving in the U.S. armed forces.
The "Duck Dynasty" personality, who has war veterans in her family including her A&E star uncle Si Robertson, honored the "brave" men and women serving in the military in a post shared with her 2 million Instagram followers last week.
Dressed in camouflage pants, combat-style boots and an army print shirt, Robertson shared her hopes that her photos would provoke thought and instill gratitude for those "fighting for us." more >>
Who doesn't love a furry kitten? Even rough-and-tumble, chest-pounding gorillas show their softer side when a box of cuddly kittens shows up. Hey, gorillas want some feline friendship too.
In this video, Koko, a 44-year-old western lowland gorilla, receives a box full of kittens for her birthday. She adopts two as pets.
Koko is not your average primate. She's learned several phrases in sign language, courtesy of her trainers who seek to champion what they call "interspecies communication." more >>