It might sound like a miracle, but it's actually technology: a man who was paralyzed four years ago was able to walk for the first time since then, with the help of an exoskeleton that can read his mind.
A Thai triathlete named Panupong Luangsa-ard wore a special backpack to take 360 images of everywhere he went as he walked around Thailand. He went to some amazing places that as self-driving car just couldn't go.
As a result of his trek, Google has added at least 150 new highlighted locations to browse in Thailand on Google Maps.
In what is clearly a riff on the viral video of a woman walking alone on the street, Cosmopolitan decided to duplicate the experience, film it and then show it to the significant others.
What follows is an eye-opening realization for the men watching as they get a clear look at what the reality is like for women.
However, nothing can beat the horrors of walking down the street alone as a white man.
The San Diego Zoo's newest panda -- nicknamed "Sausage" until he is formally named -- is 11 weeks old and attempting his first steps.
Bonus: The zoo has its own Panda Cam, which alternates between the panda enclosure and the den, where the panda cub can often be found sleeping.