A Sign Of Summer In Chicago

A Sign Of Summer In Chicago

It’s a sign of summer as city workers coordinate the lifting of 23 bridges in downtown Chicago so sailboats can travel to their summer moorings. 00

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7 Colors That Might Get You Sued

7 Colors That Might Get You Sued

Companies can trademark colors to receive exclusive use in their industry. Here are seven companies that have their own trademarked colors. 00

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Why Being Awkward Makes You More Likely To Succeed

Why Being Awkward Makes You More Likely To Succeed

Psychologist Ty Tashiro, author of “Awkward: The Science of Why We’re Socially awkward and Why That’s Awesome,” explains why awkward people are more likely to demonstrate “striking talent.” 00

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Why Border Patrol Agents Have The Highest Suicide Rate

Why Border Patrol Agents Have The Highest Suicide Rate

The suicide rate among border patrol agents is nearly double the national average. We follow one agent who is looking to change that. 00

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VR Film Takes You Inside A Rohingya Camp

VR Film Takes You Inside A Rohingya Camp

Sally Smith of the Nexus Fund tells Kristie Lu Stout about a VR documentary that shows the horrific situation inside a Rohingya camp. 00

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How To Stop Being Lazy ?

How To Stop Being Lazy ?

We asked performance psychologist Dr. Jonathan Fader to share his strategy for avoiding laziness. 00

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Students Celebrate End Of Year With Paper Waterfall

Students Celebrate End Of Year With Paper Waterfall

Students at a high school in Chandler, Arizona have a unique way of saying goodbye to the school year. 00

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President Trump’s Tweet Typo Goes Viral

President Trump’s Tweet Typo Goes Viral

A typo in a tweet from President Trump has taken the internet by storm. Joe Johns reports. 00

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Suspect Rants On Train One Day Before Attack

Suspect Rants On Train One Day Before Attack

A Portland train passenger captured video of suspected killer Jeremy Joseph Christian making racist comments on a train the day before a stabbing that killed two people. 00

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How Obsessive Artists Colorize Old Photos

How Obsessive Artists Colorize Old Photos

Photo colorization artists use a combination of research, physics, and technology to digitally reconstruct history’s black and white record. 00

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Domino’s Pizza’s Recipe For Success

Domino’s Pizza’s Recipe For Success

Domino’s Pizza is hotter than ever. One big reason has to do with marketing seven years ago that helped save the day when the company was going through negative sales. Michelle Miller visits the Domino’s headquarters in Michigan. 00

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Pizza Shop Feeding The Homeless One Slice At A Time

Pizza Shop Feeding The Homeless One Slice At A Time

In this Philadelphia pizza shop, customers can pay $1 to purchase pizza slices for the homeless. Mason Wartman, the shop’s owner, shares where the inspiration for the idea came from. 00

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India’s Kashmir Conflict Through The Eyes Of A Child

India’s Kashmir Conflict Through The Eyes Of A Child

A boy has drawn a picture of his life in Indian-administered Kashmir – and that picture tells the story of the conflict through his eyes. 00

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Fisherman Survives As Shark Jumps Onto A Boat

Fisherman Survives As Shark Jumps Onto A Boat

A 73-year-old Australian fisherman had a scary encounter with a great white shark and lived to tell the tale of what it’s like facing off with “a bloody shark,” in his words. 00

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Want To Save Animal Lives Without Going Veg?

Want To Save Animal Lives Without Going Veg?

“Go vegan!” and “It’s not food, it’s violence!” are two rallying cries that animal welfare activists have been chanting for years. But for activist and vegan Matt Ball, the purist ideologies espoused in those mantras might actually work against the goal of reducing and ultimately ending animal slaughter. 00

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Flying Over The Melting Arctic Made Climate Change

Flying Over The Melting Arctic Made Climate Change

The Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the globe. Every year the ocean ice in the Arctic melts and refreezes again the winter. But recently the ice has been melting faster than ever. This means that the ice sheets are becoming thinner. This matters because ocean...

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Scientific Reason Why Tomato Juice Is So Good On Planes

Scientific Reason Why Tomato Juice Is So Good On Planes

There’s a scientific reason why tomato juice is so good on planes. The cabin pressure when you’re cruising above 30,000 feet combined with the cabin humidity level creates a perfect storm for tomato juice consumption. In 2010, airline Lufthansa conducted a survey and found that they serve 1.7 million liters...

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Why China And India Are So Populated ?

Why China And India Are So Populated ?

How did China and India become the most populated countries on Earth. Outnumbering every other country by a billion. 00

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How Bilingual Brains Perceive Time Differently

How Bilingual Brains Perceive Time Differently

A new study has found that what language you speak might alter your perception of time. 00

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What Color Were Dinosaurs Really?

What Color Were Dinosaurs Really?

Paleontologists can figure out a lot about what dinosaurs looked like based on their fossils, but color? Not so much. 00

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Storing The Sun’s Energy In Liquid Could Change Solar Forever

Storing The Sun’s Energy In Liquid Could Change Solar Forever

Researchers have just found two new ways to make solar power more efficient. Could this solve our energy crisis? 00

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Woman Jumps On Hood Of Car To Stop Thief

Woman Jumps On Hood Of Car To Stop Thief

Melissa Smith joins Brooke Baldwin to discuss her choice to mount the hood of her own vehicle whilst a would-be carjacker was attempting to get away. 00

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Massive Rescue Effort In The Mediterranean

Massive Rescue Effort In The Mediterranean

Around 1,800 migrants were rescued by the Italian coast guard while trying to cross from Libya to Italy. 00

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Obama’s Photographer Is Trolling Trump

Obama’s Photographer Is Trolling Trump

Former White House photographer Pete Souza has mastered the “show, not tell” technique in outlining the stark contrasts between former President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump. 00

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How Dead Is Great Barrier Reef?

How Dead Is Great Barrier Reef?

Coral bleaching is the biggest threat to the Great Barrier Reef. But it’s too early for obituaries. 00

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How Tap Dancing Was Made In America?

How Tap Dancing Was Made In America?

Imported from immigrants, but assembled in America. 00

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Doing Business In Berlin

Doing Business In Berlin

Senior International Correspondent, Atika Shubert, shares what she has learned about traveling around Germany’s capital city. 00

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Taiwan Moves Closer To Legalizing Gay Marriage

Taiwan Moves Closer To Legalizing Gay Marriage

Taiwan may become the first country in Asia to legalize same sex marriage after the country’s top court ruled in favor of it. 00

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How Bilingual Brains Perceive Time Differently

How Bilingual Brains Perceive Time Differently

A new study has found that what language you speak might alter your perception of time. 00

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How Tap Dancing Was Made In America

How Tap Dancing Was Made In America

Tap dancing originated in America. It’s a mix of several dance styles—Irish jigging, British clogging, and the percussive steps from African dance. Tap dancing can be traced back to Five Points, now known as Chinatown in New York city. Tap dance also has its roots in minstrel shows, where it...

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New Ways Of Shopping In Modern Era

New Ways Of Shopping In Modern Era

With competition from online retailers, Holly Firfer shows us how Rebecca Minkoff is using new technology to enhance the shopping experience. 00

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City Sights Atlanta

City Sights Atlanta

Insiders share their favorite places for history, culture and hangouts in Atlanta. 00

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Cholera Epidemic Feared In Yemen

Cholera Epidemic Feared In Yemen

A deadly cholera outbreak could become a full blown-epidemic in Yemen, with more than 65,000 cases expected by the end of June. 00

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Quick And Easy Smothies

Quick And Easy Smothies

Nutritious smoothie recipe breakdown. 00

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Island’s Rubbish Density ‘World’s Worst’

Island’s Rubbish Density ‘World’s Worst’

An uninhabited island in the South Pacific is littered with the highest density of plastic waste anywhere in the world, according to a study. Henderson Island, part of the UK’s Pitcairn Islands group, has an estimated 37.7 million pieces of debris on its beaches. The island is near the centre...

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Turning Goats Into Water: A solution For The desert

Turning Goats Into Water: A solution For The desert

Fariel Salahuddin is not the type of person you’d expect to see wandering around rural Pakistan, especially with a herd of goats. She’s a successful energy consultant who has worked around the world. But when she returned to where she grew up, Pakistan, Fariel decided she wanted to work on...

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Melania, Ivanka Trump Forgo Headscarves At Arab Islamic Conference, Saudi Arabia

Melania, Ivanka Trump Forgo Headscarves At Arab Islamic Conference, Saudi Arabia

Melania and Ivanka Trump chose not to wear headscarves while visiting Saudi Arabia, despite President Trump’s criticism of Michelle Obama for the same choice in 2015. 00

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Here’s What All You Need To Know About Trump’s Caribbean White House

Here’s What All You Need To Know About Trump’s Caribbean White House

We all know Mar-a-Lago, but turns out the President has another beachfront estate. It’s hitting the market and is the subject of the State of the Cartoonion. 00

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Girl’s Tragic Death Leads To Big Change

Girl’s Tragic Death Leads To Big Change

Casey Brooks, 17, jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge in 2008. After the suicide, Casey’s parents advocated for the bridge to get a barrier. 00

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Video Shows Student Dragged By Neck

Video Shows Student Dragged By Neck

Surveillance video captured a school employee lifting a 13-year-old by the neck and dragging him through the hall. 00

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Five Things You Should Know About The New US Ambassador To Israel, David Friedman

Five Things You Should Know About The New US Ambassador To Israel, David Friedman

The new US ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, started this week. Here are five things you should know about him.

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Traffic Jams Put Tornado Chasers’ Lives In Trouble

Traffic Jams Put Tornado Chasers’ Lives In Trouble

The movie “Twister” inspired thousands of professional and amateur tornado chasers. But when hundreds of chasers try to track the same storm, a dangerous traffic jam can occur. 00

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Cameraman Narrowly Survives Sniper Shot

Cameraman Narrowly Survives Sniper Shot

An Iraqi cameraman narrowly survives a sniper shot while filming in Mosul. 00

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Medicine Shortage Forces Dire Choices

Medicine Shortage Forces Dire Choices

As violent protests continue against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, Nick Paton Walsh goes undercover to see just how dire the country’s health care crisis is. 00

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Why The World Is Worried About Turkey?

Why The World Is Worried About Turkey?

How Turkey’s president gained so much power. 00

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Food Waste Is The World’s Dumbest Problem

Food Waste Is The World’s Dumbest Problem

Eat your peas! It’s the easiest way to fight climate change. 00

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Teen Launched Off Bike In Hit-And-Run

Teen Launched Off Bike In Hit-And-Run

Surveillance video shows a truck swerve and hit a 14-year-old biker. The boy walked away with bruises. The driver remains at large. 00

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Video Shows Man Attempt Set Mosque Ablaze

Video Shows Man Attempt Set Mosque Ablaze

Surveillance video shows an unidentified man setting fire to a mosque near Tampa, Florida. Police are still hunting for the suspect. 00

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Increasing Cyber Attacks In Major Countries Around The World

Increasing Cyber Attacks In Major Countries Around The World

A ransomware cyber-attack that may have originated from the theft of “cyber weapons” linked to the US government has hobbled hospitals in England and spread to countries across the world. Security researchers with Kaspersky Lab have recorded more than 45,000 attacks in 99 countries, including the UK, Russia, Ukraine, India,...

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Confusion Over Status Of Western Wall

Confusion Over Status Of Western Wall

Trump administration is offering confusing rhetoric as it tries to define the status of the Western Wall, the second most holiest site in Judaism, in US Mideast policy. CNN’s Oren Liebermann reports. 00

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