Unusual News Videos

NYC taxi drivers pose for pin-up calendar

Rev up your wall space with the 2018 NYC Taxi Drivers calendar. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)

Sante! Parisians welcome start of Beaujolais Nouveau wine season

France - and the rest of the world - celebrate the annual uncorking of the popular young wine. Saskia O'Donoghue reports

"Raj Pink" diamond fails to sell at auction in Geneva

The largest known diamond graded as "fancy intense pink" has failed to sell at a Sotheby's auction for its estimated $30million price tag. Jayson Mansaray reports.

Art installation aims to bring strangers face-to-face

A global art installation called 'Portals' brings total strangers face-to-face for live - and often intimate - conversations.

500-year-old da Vinci up for auction in New York

Let the bidding begin. A 500-year-old painting of Jesus Christ by none other than Leonardo da Vinci is up for grabs in New York City. Nathan Frandino reports.

In Taiwanese coffee shop, cappuccino is too cute to drink

'My Cofi' owner Chang Kuei-fang decorates hot cups of coffee with milk froth artwork ranging from portraits to 3D animals.

Lifelike baby in an auction house window has New Yorkers turning heads

How much is that baby in the window? About $80,000 (USD) to $120,000 according to Heritage Auctions. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Virginia heavy metal band strikes chord with Catalonia anthem

A heavy metal rendition of the Catalonian national anthem "Els Segadors," or "The Reapers" has turned a virtually unknown Virginia-based band, A Sound of Thunder, into celebrities in the politically sensitive region in northeastern Spain. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

INSIGHT: Even Obama has jury duty

Former presidents of the United States still have to perform their other civic duties, as Barack Obama arrives at a Chicago courthouse to check in for jury duty with hundreds of other city residents.

Robot ANYmal takes the elevator

ANYmal is an autonomous quadrupedal robot designed to navigate industrial sites, with the eventual aim of inspecting oil and gas sites without human help. Jim Drury has more.