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A 2-year-old in a wheelchair went viral after his mom posted his reaction to seeing an ad featuring a boy in a wheelchair at Target.

Posted: Feb 13, 2020 8:16 AM
Updated: Feb 14, 2020 3:00 PM


A frightening car ride, a new viral internet challenge, and a toddler melts icy hearts. Here are the must-watch videos of the week.

A wild ride

A pair of Richmond, Virginia, Uber passengers took an unwanted trip after their driver was rear-ended and tried to chase down the car. The driver has been arrested, and Uber says it's investigating.

Golden pipes

Is the winter weather giving you the blues? Let this 2-year-old Texas toddler warm your heart as she belts out her rendition of 'Let it Go' from Disney's 'Frozen.' Perhaps she'll nail a voice role in a future installment of the franchise.

A Valentine's break-up

Images released by the European Space Agency show an iceberg the size of Malta split apart from a giant glacier in Antarctica. Check out the cracks in the video, some of which compare in size to Manhattan and Paris.

A new challenge sweeps the internet

Is it too early to start spring cleaning? You can still put your broom to good use by trying a new online challenge. The craze started with a tweet that alleged to share a fact from NASA. Is there any truth to it? Watch and find out.

A priceless response

An ad featuring a boy in a wheelchair caught the attention of one 2-year-old at Target. Watch to see his sweet reaction that lit up the internet.

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