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Two kids vandalized cars at a car dealership in Sioux Falls, SD causing $40,000 in damage according to Keloand.com. When the owner of the dealership, Mike Schulte, found out that the vandals were only 10 and 14 years old he changed his mind about pressing charges. When he met the 14-year-old boy he decided to change his life and give him a part time job and better transportation to set him on the right path instead of branding him a criminal.

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After struggling at school and failing math class the previous year, a British grade school student decided to record his father's heartfelt reaction to seeing a passing grade he received from the latest math exam.

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Yay for teamwork! In this heartwarming replay of GTA V Online, YuckyChucky gives a free airlift for a stranger with a rather youthful voice, reminding us that online multiplay isn't always about killing and stealing everything.

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These 10 moments have been helpfully compiled to restore your faith in humanity. Just in case you'd lost it.

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Faith In Humanity Chaser of the Day: Noah Lamaide's grandma needed $10,000 to stave off foreclosure of her home, so he did what any 12-year-old would do: He turned to the online charity he set up to help victims of Hurricane Katrina and asked for assistance.

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Heartwarming Human Interest Story of the Day: Veterans in Lowell, Mass., descended on a local Iraqi restaurant this week to show their support for the establishment in the aftermath of what they believed was a hate crime.

A New Hampshire man who has since confessed threw a 20-pound rock through the window of Babylon, a family-owned restaurant in Mill City.  

Lowell police Superintendent Kenneth Lavallee

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Faith In Humanity of the Day: Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, who was illegally detained for nearly three months, was recently given 15 days to pay off a $2.4 million dollar fine for tax evasion -- the crime he was forced to plead guilty to in order to be released from jail

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