Money does strange things to people. Some folk just do not know how to handle stumbling across a lot of cash. Others, like one little tyke, can't stop laughing.
In a video uploaded to YouTube last month by Pejman Azimi, one baby just cannot stop laughing at dad's counting of the paper bills.
Maybe it's the movement of the currency; the rolling of the paper. Maybe that new cash smell has gotten under the infant's nostrils. more >>
By now everyone in the Western hemisphere that has Internet access has heard Pharrell Williams' hit song and viral sensation "Happy." But you might not have heard it like this.
In a blind audition for the singing competition "The Voice," contestant Brian Nhira wowed the judges and the audience with his performance of the song.
He hits the notes perfectly and gets the cheers of the audience and the respect of the judges, one of whom was Williams himself. more >>
A Baltimore police officer is praising a teenager who knelt down and prayed over a homeless man.
University of Maryland, Baltimore police officer Eric Gaines shared an inspirational photo this week that shows the teenager saying a prayer for a sleeping homeless man near a campus bus stop.
Seventeen-year-old Nihad Barakat Shamo Alawsi escaped the Islamic State with her life, but in the process left her newborn baby behind.
In 2014, Alawsi was captured by Islamic State militants after the terror group had taken over her town of Sinjar in northwest Iraq, abducting her and 27 of her family members, according to Daily Mail. Alwasi, 15 at the time, was held captive in Mosul where she was repeatedly beaten and raped by jihadists.
"They raped us, they killed our men, they took our babies away from us," she recently told AMAR Foundation, an organization that helps people in areas of conflict. "The worst thing was the torture in Mosul. We were beaten and raped continuously for two weeks." more >>
It is never too soon for Christians to talk to their children about God, the Rev. Billy Graham tells parents.
Responding to a question posted to the Kansas City Star, the evangelical leader explained that just as parents don't hesitate to tell their children they love them, so they should not wait to tell them of Christ's love too.
While Christian parents will tell their children they love them "the first moment you hold your newborn child in your arms," so they should also do the same to express God's love for them. more >>
An elder at the Elgin campus of the Harvest Bible Chapel megachurch in Illinois is now recoiling from the public after an ad he placed in Christianity Today seeking a husband for his "gorgeous, virgin" daughter was deemed "demeaning and in poor taste."
The ad, which was first highlighted by The Daily Beast, was placed by Stephen Stewart who was identified through the email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, which he placed on the ad.