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8 reasons Aquaman deserves respect

The underwater superhero appearing in upcoming 'Batman v Superman' is more than a comedian's punching bag.

Amazing video: Driverless flying hovercraft takes off

Vehicle can be used to help save lives in search and rescue operations.

Our 8 most uplifting articles of 2015

This was certainly a year filled with feel-good stories.

World's first 22-hand piano arrangement is a melodic masterpiece

11 renowned pianists from across the globe come together for a virtual concert unlike any other.

From Harvard to Hollywood, the inspiring career of Natalie Portman

A photo tour of the passion, education and drive behind one of film's biggest international stars.

Why people have been giving gifts for thousands of years

You’d be surprised know the practical origin of exchanging presents.

Giving Tuesday seeks to break world record in charitable donations

Rapidly growing movement harnesses the power of social media in an effort to make a difference for millions globally.

How a 3D-printed heart helped save a little girl's life

Faced with a complex surgery to correct a rare heart condition, these doctors turned to a new high-tech tool to help guide the way.

Nonprofit group to fly more than 1,000 dogs to new homes in one day

In a special Thanksgiving event, Wings of Rescue plans its biggest airlift ever.

This tomato salad just broke the Guinness World Record

Let the lycopene loose! Largest display of tomato varieties includes more than 130 different types.

The art of battling breast cancer

Advocates around the world get creative to raise awareness.

The Cleveland Clinic has a new plan for eradicating the world's worst diseases

Acclaimed hospital sets its sights on nanotechnology, the tiniest science known to mankind.

Facebook looks to outer space to bring free Internet to Africa

Social media giant partners with international satellite company to provide broadband access to 14 African countries.

Why Bono should win the Nobel Peace Prize

The rock star's environmental activism and work in Africa make him a serious contender.

App for the masses finds niche among the deaf

Find out why a video messaging startup has joined the ranks of Microsoft and Google.