Carol Fowler (in blue dress) at the dinner her family turned into a charity event after her daughter's wedding was canceled. Hosea Feed the Hungry, via Here & Now hide caption

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Joey Prusak has been a busy man since his act of kindness went viral. CBS Minnesota is among the TV outlets that have spotlighted his story. hide caption

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Glen James, a homeless man who found $42,000 and turned it in to police, after he was honored for his honesty earlier this week by Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis (in background). Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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A homeless man turned in a backpack stuffed with cash and travelers checks to Boston police. A passport that was with the bag helped police find the person it belonged to. Boston Police hide caption

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The note left behind by whoever took computers and other valuables from the offices of the San Bernadino County (Calif.) Sexual Assault Services. The goods were returned. California Governor's Office of Emergency Services hide caption

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Train passengers and railway staff tilted a train car to one side as they rescued a woman Monday at a station near Tokyo. She had fallen between a the car and the platform. The woman was not seriously injured. Norihiro Shigeta/Yomiuri Shimbun/AP hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': NPR's Renee Montagne on the great train save

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Nov. 22: Volunteers prepared Thanksgiving dinners for people in the Queens borough of New York City, which was hit hard by Superstorm Sandy. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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