Ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft are teaming up with the White House to make life a little easier for homeless and at-risk veterans.
Instead of opening presents, blowing out candles and eating cake, 7-year-old Mia Montgomery spent her birthday feeding the homeless.
Matt Tribe was lucky enough to score one of 1,000 "Never Ending Pasta Passes" to Olive Garden, offering him unlimited pasta, breadsticks, salad and Coca-Cola beverages for 49 days.
Neal Shytles has been living in a homeless shelter for almost a year, and although he's grateful to have a roof over his head, his greatest wish is to have a family. He reached out to local TV news station on Facebook, asking for someone to take him in on Thanksgiving, even for a couple hours, and Ashley McLemore answered the call.
Magician Rob Anderson filmed a viral video earlier this month of him playing a "trick" on homeless U.S. Army veteran Alan McKracken on the streets of Las Vegas. Now, Anderson has another trick up his sleeve.
At first, it looks like a man is ripping up a homeless veteran's cardboard sign on a street in Las Vegas. But the man is actually magician Rob Anderson, who was actually doing it as part of a trick that left the homeless vet feeling very lucky.
Police have fined and threatened to jail a Florida couple for feeding the homeless.
Students at Columbia College in Chicago are braving the bitter cold to raise money for homeless veterans.
A Mormon bishop underwent a shocking transformation by disguising himself as a homeless man.
Glen James, a homeless man in Boston, is receiving high praise after he turned in a backpack that was holding over $40,000 in cash and traveler’s checks.