Unusual News Videos
'Pope Francis' Laundry' opens in Rome
Pope Francis has launched a laundromat for the poor, where homeless and impoverished people can come and wash their clothes for free. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports.
Crabs invade Cuba's Bay of Pigs
It's that time again. After the first spring rains in Cuba, crabs are invading the Bay of Pigs, returning to the waters to reproduce. Nathan Frandino reports.
Kenya's last northern white rhino joins Tinder
Endangered white rhino joins Tinder to find a mate hoping to raise funds for fertility treatment. Francis Maguire reports.
Four-legged fugitive in Vegas police chase
A mysterious, four-legged fugitive gambled and lost in Las Vegas Thursday when it was caught after leading police on a wild chase. Nathan Frandino reports.
California "nuns" respond to a higher calling
Self-described 'weed nuns' grow and harvest their own healing cannabis. Angela Moore reports.
World's largest number of people dressed as Chaplin's "The Tramp" gather in Switzerland
In a world record breaking attempt, the world's largest number of people dressed as The Tramp gather in Switzerland. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Cracking good fun! German town celebrates Easter with egg-throwing competition
People in the West German town of Horhausen celebrate Easter by throwing eggs as far as they can, without breaking them. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Venezuelans torch political effigies during Easter celebrations
Venezuelans put effigies of the country's least popular politicians up in flames during Easter Sunday celebrations in Caracas.
Mexicans burn a Trump effigy on Easter
Easter revelers in Mexico City take their president, and the president to their north to task during the traditional burning of Judas. Nathan Frandino reports.
April the giraffe has calf as millions watch
April the giraffe gives birth to a baby boy in a New York zoo, as millions tune in by a live webcam stream in anticipation of the event.