Live long and prosper.
Live long and prosper.
Just remember, baddies have all the fun.
This post has been updated. This story is a hoax.
Because a middle-ground does not exist.
Simon from Wildlife Aid has balls crafted of pure titanium.
Some pretty stellar reads you might not have heard of.
Update: A man accused of fatally shooting his case worker and firing at his doctor, who returned fire, has been charged with murder.
Ace, a 2-year-old pit bull, lived up to his name.
Save the day with this incredibly realistic simulator!
This is some serious news. Just Saiyan.
Jon Meis tackled the man who opened fire at Seattle Pacific University Thursday. The internet thanked him by buying everything on his wedding registry, and more.
They nail the hero movie, the disaster movie and the heist genre tropes perfectly.
“Terrible work-life balance. Haunted by crippling guilt for making out instead of saving lives.”
The video is from last year, but just now surfacing. Bless these children. And their parents.
A man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do.
Ms. Pac-Man is not just a hero in video games.
Among thousands of others. The human rights champion and Nobel Laureate passed away today at 95.
“Awesome. Oh God it was awesome,” she said.
When the news broke identifying NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, the tweets calling him a hero outweighed those calling him a traitor nearly 30-1, according to data from Topsy.
Your hero of the day.
This man is feeding and caring for as many people as he possibly can. “Food is one part, love is another part.”
The actress will do whatever it takes to keep our streets clean.
D’awwww, they all look so happy. Rodolfo Loaiza gives some iconic Disney characters an orientation make-over.
She pulled a Ryan Gosling (that’s a thing right?) and aided a woman who collapsed outside her home.
With great power comes great responsibility. Uncle Ben’s famous words work in a variety of situations.
Headline writers everywhere are in your debt, Noah the Cat. As is your owner, Janet Batten. Noah began behaving strangely one day and sniffing Batten’s head. Six months later, Batten suffered an aneurysm. This bit of diagnostic prowess earned Noah a coveted Animal Hero Award at the Virginia Veterinary Conference.
This proves that almost anyone can be a hero.
This is how you weather through a flood like a boss in Eltham, Australia. On Christmas day, these brave firefighters took to the streets (or rather, rivers) to help those in need.
Artist Miguel Endara created this portrait of his father using a stunning 3.2 million tiny ink dots.
Your heartstrings are about to be played like a fiddle. This is Hero, a dog rescued in Iraq by Army Specialist Justin Rollins. Shortly after saving Hero, Rollins was killed by a roadside bomb. Here now is the unlikely story of how this picture, which was not Photoshopped, came to pass.