Kevin Bacon visits high school where 'Footloose' was filmed after mon...

“I have been so impressed with everything that’s been going on there with this crazy idea to get me to come back,” Ba...

Video Grandma and grandson now traveling the world

ABC News’ Danny New spoke with the 94-year-old who broke the record for oldest person to visit all 63 National Parks ...

'Something I will never forget': State troopers helped deliver baby i...

Two state troopers in New York have been given honorary uncle titles after helping deliver a baby in a Lowe’s parking...

Hero Taco Bell manager speaks out after life-saving CPR on baby in th...

A manager at a Taco Bell outside Philadelphia saved a woman's baby who stopped breathing in the drive-thru.

Law & Order’s Mariska Hargitay helps lost child who mistook her for a...

Actor was in the middle of filming season 25 of the long-running police procedural when she was approached by a young...

Mom praises man who stopped flying hockey puck headed for her 4-year-...

The Cleveland Monsters helped the mother and son reunite with the man for an emotional puck drop.

Te’Lario Watkins II, A 16-Year-Old Nonprofit Founder Who Wants To Use...

A young Black entrepreneur’s tireless work to combat food insecurity is paying off. At age seven, Te’Lario Watkins II...

Maggie Rogers’ In-Person Ticket Policy: What’s Not to Love? | KQED

Fans will have first crack at tickets the old-fashioned way: by waiting in line, in person.

6-year-old sworn in as honorary Lynwood police officer after dozens o...

A 6-year-old boy who has been through dozens of surgeries and medical procedures was sworn in as an honorary police o...

Japan is giving Washington 250 new cherry trees to replace those to b...

Japan is giving the United States 250 new cherry trees to help replace the hundreds that are being ripped out this su...

Real-life 'Rosie the Riveters' reunite in D.C. to win the nation's to...

Rosie the Riveter became an iconic symbol of the millions of women who worked industrial jobs during WWII. Dozens, no...