Injured Dolphin Approached The Diver Pleading For Help – Touching Moment
AN AMAZING DOLPHIN RESCUE WAS CAPTURED ON VIDEO BY A GROUP OF DIVERS AFTER THE ANIMAL APPROACHED THEM FOR HELP. THIS RESCUE OPERATION WAS A BRILLIANT SUCCESS!
Bill Bramhall's editorial cartoon as misinformation continues to cause havoc amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. (Bill Bramhall/New York Daily News)
Bookstores built in surprising places around the world, from cathedrals to caves
Inside a 700-year-old Gothic church in Maastricht, Netherlands, which is now home to a bookstore. Peeradontax/Shutterstock
The Paddy Field Bookstore is located in an abandoned house on a paddy field in Xiadi, China.
This boat in London has been turned into a floating bookstore called Word on the Water.
El Ateneo Grand Splendid is inside a historic theater in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles is housed in a former bank. The piles of cash have been replaced by piles of books.
Team USA diver who was adopted from a Cambodian orphanage at 18 months old credits his Olympic success to his dad - who as a gay man wasn't legally ALLOWED to adopt a child in his home state of Florida
When US Olympic Diving Team member Jordan Windle competes in the men's 10-metre platform diving competition this weekend, he'll be doing it for his dad.
At 18 months old years old, Jordan was sick, malnourished, and fighting for his life in a Cambodian orphanage — until his father, Jerry Windle, flew halfway around the world to adopt him as a single parent.
Now 22, Jordan has reached the pinnacle of his sport and is readying to compete on the world stage, but he'll really only be thinking of one person watching at home in California: 'I tell everyone, when they ask me why I dive, I dive purely for my dad and how much he loves watching me.'