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By the Numbers: US birthrate holds steady
A look at the numbers behind a new CDC report that shows U.S. birth rates remaining below pre-pandemic levels and teen birth rates reaching a historic low.
Swiss cow with a broken leg airlifted to safety
A helicopter crew rescued a cow, named Goddess, from a Swiss hillside after the animal broke its leg.
Bear snoops around roof of Connecticut home
Caught in the act: A young bear was spotted snooping around the roof of a home in Connecticut.
Number of Asian-American seniors growing but resources are lacking
ABC News' Em Nguyen reports on the scarcity in resources available to the rapidly growing senior Asian population in America.
Declutter your home with small but impactful tips
ABC News Live anchor Diane Macedo shares creative ways that have helped her get organized, save time and make life a little easier.
'It's both temporal and timeless': Author shows history through childhood images
ABC News' Linsey Davis spoke with author Todd Brewster about his new book "American Childhood: A Photographic History" which gives readers a glimpse at history through images of its youngest members.
Service dog receives diploma after attending classes with owner
A service dog named Justin was presented with a diploma as his owner, Grace Mariani, graduated from Seton Hall University this week.
Little bird chases off bald eagle perched too close to nest
A little bird managed to chase off a bald eagle perched a bit too close to its nesting area.
Bee appears to 'wave' at toddler
A 2-year-old in Ireland was initially nervous of a bee until the bee appeared to "wave" goodbye back to the child.
How brewery is transforming the sake industry one glass at a time
Shinobu Kato opened a brewery in Brooklyn, New York, but you won’t see any beer there – instead this place offers an array of sake to sample and learn about.
Shark rams kayak off Hawaii coast
Dramatic footage captures a shark ramming into an experienced fisherman’s kayak off the coast of Oahu.
Patel It Like It Is: How to combat the epidemic of loneliness
ABC News medical contributor Dr. Alok Patel breaks down the dangers of loneliness and how to avoid getting caught in a lonely slump.
How Chance Athletics uses creativity to celebrate diversity and inclusion
Joyce Koa, the co-founder of Chance Athletics, explains the initiative behind the company and how the idea for its colorful basketballs came to be.
Inner tubers have close encounter with alligator on Florida river
These inner tubers were enjoying a serene float down Florida’s Ichetucknee River when they encountered an alligator with similar plans.
Taxi passenger feeds driver's 'pet crow'
A taxi driver in Ireland brightened this passenger’s day by introducing her to his “pet crow.”
Traditional Arab dance finds new following on social media
ABC News’ Mona Kosar Abdi reports on the traditional Arab dance Dabke and the groups of women who are making it their own.
How Muslim women navigate the complexity of hijabs in fashion
ABC News’ Mona Kosar Abdi sat down with model Rawdah Mohamed, designer Renee Hill and journalist Noor Tagouri to discuss the evolution of hijab representation in fashion.
TikTalk: The Furrha family on Arab-American representation
ABC News’ Linsey Davis spoke to Arab-American influencers the Furrha family about Ramadan and positive Arab and Muslim representation on social media.
TikTalk: Zach Willmore hopes to change HIV stigma
ABC News' Linsey Davis spoke with TikTok creator Zach Willmore about how he uses his platform to advocate for HIV awareness.
Oldest gorilla in the world celebrates her 66th birthday
Fatou, the oldest gorilla in the world, feasted on fresh fruit and herbs to celebrate her 66th birthday, surpassing the average gorilla lifespan of 40 years by more than two decades.
Goose crashes Kansas City half-marathon
This goose didn't register for the annual Rock the Parkway half-marathon in Kansas City, but that didn't it stop it from joining the race.
Leslie Odom Jr. and Nicolette Robinson's new book highlights representation
ABC News' Linsey Davis caught up with Broadway star duo Leslie Odom Jr. and Nicolette Robinson to discuss their new children's book "I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know."
New Zealand zoo welcomes pair of endangered snow leopards
The Wellington Zoo is welcoming new residents, the only two snow leopards in New Zealand.
Grandfather surprised to learn newborn named after him
A man began to tear up the moment he learned his newly-born granddaughter was named after him when he noticed a blanket and a sign with the baby's name, Adaline Terry.
Dog reunites with owner after more than 100 days apart
After a more than 100 days apart, a dog reunited with his owner and couldn’t contain his excitement.
Toy maker creates lifelike pet plushies for grieving owners
This toy maker has helped thousands of animal lovers cope with the grief of losing their pet by offering a service to create realistic replicas of them.
By the Numbers: Masters Tournament
A look at the numbers behind the 87th Masters Tournament as the field tees off at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.
A week in the life of a fasting Muslim
ABC News reports on resident physician Hania Kahlon who uses her social media platform to showcase her religious practices and documents what a week in her life looks like during Ramadan.
TikTalk: Drew Afualo on calling out misogynistic online bullies
ABC News' Kayna Whitworth spoke with content creator Drew Afualo on fighting outdated patriarchal ideals, female empowerment, collaborating with Questlove, and self-acceptance.
KEM on his life journey: 'My faith is the cornerstone of everything in my life'
ABC News' Stephanie Ramos spoke with Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, and musician KEM to discuss his new autobiography, "Share My Life: A Journey of Love, Faith, and Redemption."
Sneaky Shih Tzu borrows pacifier from baby
A sneaky pooch named Millie entertained her owner by stealing a pacifier from her human sibling.
Tiny stowaway octopus returned to ocean
A tiny stowaway octopus that attached itself to a diver's gear was safely returned to the ocean after being discovered inside a car.
The nurse with a knack for naming babies
ABC News’ Will Ganss speaks with the nurse who has turned her knack for names into a full-blown consulting business!
Unlikely duo: Dog, goat become best friends at animal shelter
A North Carolina animal shelter is trying to find a forever home for a couple of unlikely best friends: a dog named Felix and a goat named Cinnamon.
Siblings on gaming's changing face: 'We're going to see diversity in all types'
ABC News' Justin Finch reports on siblings Ernest and Jaycee Holmes about their roles as Black creators and developers changing the face of video games and tech through their nonprofit CodeHouse.
Dolphins dive in and out of waves alongside surfers
A pod of dolphins is seen leaping in and out of waves alongside surfers near Wategos Beach in Byron Bay, Australia.
World renowned chef explores 'Restaurants at the End of the World'
A new National Geographic travel show takes viewers along for the ride as chef Kristin Kish travels across the globe to try foods from off the grid.
Rare giraffe born at Belgian zoo
A zoo in Belgium recently welcomed a new resident: a newborn Rothschild's giraffe.
Former museum guard's journey to find comfort in the beauty and solitude of art
ABC News' Kyra Phillips profiles Patrick Bringley, author of "All the Beauty in the World," a former guard who turned his life around inside of one of the world's most famous museums.
Man has emotional reunion with dog he gave up 10 years ago
After a move forced a man to give up his dog Smokey, he was brought to tears when the two reunited 10 years later.
By the Numbers: Paycheck to paycheck on $100,000
A look at the numbers behind the Americans who earn $100,000 a year but who say they are still living paycheck to paycheck.
Dog ready for adoption after surviving being shot
A dog named Bucky, who survived being shot in the face and left in the woods tangled to a tree, was paraded out to applause after recovering from his injuries, and is now ready to be adopted.
Tik Talk: 'Corporate baddie' DeAndre Brown gives workplace. advice to Gen Z
ABC News' Linsey Davis spoke with DeAndre Brown, the "corporate baddie" about his TikTok following and how Gen Z's new perspective on work will change the corporate world.
New book 'STFU' reveals how talking less benefits every aspect of life
ABC News' Diane Macedo spoke with journalist and author Dan Lyons about his new book "STFU: The Power of Keeping Your Mouth Shut" and how being a "talkaholic" cost him.
Meena Harris’ new book aims to reclaim words used to undermine girls and women
“A is for Ambitious” explores new ways of using words like bossy, emotional and intense to reshape how young leaders talk about themselves and each other.
Battle over Daylight Saving Time reignites in Congress
Michael Breus, founder of “The Sleep Doctor” and a clinical psychologist, joins to discuss the impact of Daylight Saving Time on sleep.
Tips to help your kids sleep better
Kicking off Sleep Awareness Week, board certified sleep physician Dr. Funke Afolabi-Brown joins with tips to get your kids sleep schedule back on track following Day Light Saving Time.
Toddler reacts to seeing mom clearly for 1st time
A toddler who has trouble seeing clearly had an adorable reaction spotting his mother for the first time while putting on prescription glasses.
Dog rescued after 20-foot fall onto ice
A dog was saved by firefighters after falling about 20 feet down onto ice inside an old filtration pond in Michigan.
‘So often everything is on their shoulders’: Paula Faris on ditching mom guilt
ABC News' Trevor Ault spoke with Paula Faris, an Emmy-winning journalist and mother of three, about her new book, "You Don't Have to Carry It All: Ditch the Mom Guilt and Find a Better Way Forward."