Philadelphia police are asking the public help them identify a robbery suspect who, after stretching outside in the parking lot, drew a gun on employees at a Dunkin' Donuts in Philadelphia on April 22. No one was hurt, and no shots were fired, but he did get away with the cash from the register. (Courtesy of Philadelphia Police Department)
Coinciding with Earth Day, March for Science was held at Washington Square Park on Saturday in Kansas City. Organizers estimate about 3,000 people, many carrying handmade signs supporting science, took part in the event which featured speakers, a green Elvis and science for kids.
After a day of hard work, a 9-year-old boy’s parents surprised him with Chicago Cubs tickets. Kolt Kyler, a fan from Indiana, broke down in tears after bring presented with the tickets. (@HannahHimes/Twitter)
Mountain lions are generally calm, quiet, and elusive. People rarely get more than a brief glimpse of a mountain lion in the wild. Lion attacks on people are rare, with fewer than a dozen fatalities in North America in more than 100 years. But just in case you do encounter a mountain lion, this video will help you be prepared. (Courtesy of Colorado Division of Wildlife)
Blood. Sweat. Tears. Joy. That's what this spring was for me. The miles, the grind, the failing, the epic days missed, the lack of sleep, the jubilation, the friendships strengthened, and the time away from my family. And when the chasing was all done...wondering, was worth it all? Heck yeah it was.
See fans -- in 35 seconds -- flood Franklin Street in Chapel Hill, N.C., to celebrate the UNC Tar Heels winning the NCAA National Championship on Monday night, April 3, 2017. (Travis Long/News & Observer)
First lady Melania Trump honored the 2017 International Women of Courage Awards winners during a ceremony at the State Department in a rare public appearance on Wednesday, March 29, 2017. "The time for empowering women around the world is now," said Trump. (Video by the Associated Press)
Since leaving The White House, former President George W. Bush has become an avid painter. He's also made it his own mission to get to know the armed service members who served him. And through a series of paintings called "Portraits of Courage," he is raising money for The Military Service Initiative, helping vets transition to civilian life.