Unusual News Videos

A soldier's epic journey captured in sculpture for U.S. World War One memorial

New York Academy of Art unveils Sabin Howard's 10-foot scale cast resin model of "A Soldier's Journey," on display from March 20-23. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Sotheby's Hong Kong shows and sells Picasso immediately

The auction house says the selling exibition is a testament to Asian buyers' appetite for Western art. Elly Park reports.

Study finds snakes are caring parents

A recent study finds that snakes are caring creatures that protect their nests and remain with their young for a brief period after hatching. The findings go against the snakes' cold-blooded image.

NY art students mold clay into faces of dead, nameless migrants

New York Academy of Art students mold busts from 3D printed skulls of migrants who died trying to cross the border from Mexico into the U.S. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Amazon is fixing Alexa’s unsolicited laughter

Amazon says it knows why its voice-controlled assistant Alexa has been spontaneously laughing at her owners through devices like the Echo, and is working to fix the problem.

Amazon's Jeff Bezos tops 2018 Forbes' billionaires list

The online retail giant's CEO is the richest man in the world, followed by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett. Elly Park reports.

Combat canines mistreated by Army: Pentagon report

Heroic dogs that sniffed out roadside bombs while on patrol with American soldiers were mistreated by the U.S. Army when they returned home, according to a report from the Department of Defense's inspector general.

Bespoke basement flowers to fine dining forks in hours

Manhattan's largest vertical farm, Farm.One, grows edible flowers, herbs and microgreens in an office building basement for high-end restaurants. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Rethinking inking: Egyptian mummies show off their tats

The world's oldest figurative tattoos have been discovered on two Egyptian mummies by researchers at the British Museum in London

Frenchman sends his Trump cartoons to White House

U.S. President Donald Trump's tweeting habit inspires French cartoonist to create a book based on his social media outbursts. Elly Park reports.