Had they not gotten off track, a pair of hikers on Mount Williamson, California’s second-highest peak, would have missed it. In a remote area about three hours from the mountain’s summit, a bleached skull
Amy Jandrisevits creates one-of-a-kind toys for children with limb differences, albinism, medical equipment, and more. The mother of three started this nonprofit to provide "dolls for kids who will never see themselves on the store shelves." Plus, a prison in Wales, U.K., uses gardening as a tool to help improve prisoners' mental health. And a country that passes no law unless it improves citizens' well-being.