Remember when Lindsay Lohan accepted an award last week? Well, she had some encouraging words for her fans!
The 28-year-old actress has been making positive changes in her life lately, so when she accepted the Lifetime Award For Acting at the Ischia Global Film and Music Festival in Italy on Tuesday, she sounded like a sage! LiLo said
A five-year-old girl named Presley Keeton from Westlake, Ohio was tired of drivers going down her residential street WAY past the 25 MPH speed limit. In fact some of those wild racers seemed like they were going at least 85 MPH!!!
The danger that lurked outside prevented Presley's parents from allowing her to play outside which prompted her to write a letter to her local law enforcement urging them to help her out!
Well, the men and women in blue most certainly did!
Holy smokes! This is as rare as seeing the Kardashians without makeup on! LOLz!
A whale-watching boat was innocently minding it's own business off the coast of Newfoundland when they were treated to an incredibly rare site…
A pair of double breaching whales!
Julie Creffield is a blogger and jogger from the U.K. and she's a fighter against inequality.
She uses herself as an example to prove wrong anyone who says that fat women can't run marathons.
Basically, after struggling to get into shape and doing some short distance fun runs, Julie decided to buckle down and sign up for the 2012 London marathon.
What pushed her to do something so drastic? She said:
Such a sad story, but one that gives us hope for the humanity you can find online.
July 10th was a tremendously hard day for Nathan Steffel, and on that day his infant daughter Sophia died from hepatic hemangioma - a type of liver tumor.
The grieving father hoped to remember his baby girl, but all of the photos he had of her featured breathing tubes in the photo.
So he turned to Reddit for some help.
She’s 5 feet tall, 100 pounds wet and she kicks SO much ass!
Kacy Catanzaro became the first woman to EVER complete the American Ninja Warrior course last night, shocking the world with her athletic ability!
The former Division-I gymnast got through all eleven stages of the INSANELY difficult obstacle course without ever showing any signs of