Unusual News Videos

Despite setbacks, an animal-only airport terminal at JFK still chugs along

The $65 million, 178,000-square-foot ARK at JFK opened in 2017, providing state-of-the-art animal care, a quarantine center and veterinary services for all animals that travel through the international airport. Roselle Chen reports.

Instagrammers go bananas over pop-up fruit museum

Los Angeles' newest pop-up museum, World of Fruit, celebrates all things fruity, with eight interactive installations. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Eerie NYC street art highlights child detentions

Dozens of installations depicting kids in cages appeared throughout New York City, Wednesday, as part of the #NoKidsInCages campaign to protect child separations at the U.S. border.

108-year-old pianist doesn't let age stop her playing

As Wanda Zarzycka's fingers move over the keys, the lines on her hands are the only thing betraying her age. Roselle Chen reports.

The last of the Blockbusters

With the sweeping success of streaming sites like Netflix and Amazon Prime, video rental stores have taken a hit. But in the town of Bend, Oregon, the world's last remaining Blockbuster is still doing well. Matt Larotonda reports.

Evangelicals pray for Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump made a surprise visit to a Virginia megachurch during special 'Day of Prayer' held by evangelicals for him on Sunday, where minister David Platt led a prayer in his honor. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

'Good seltzer hurts when you drink it,' says NYC's last remaining seltzer factory

Brooklyn Seltzer Boys, which was rebranded six years ago from Gomberg Seltzer Works, has been around since 1953. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

'Once in a lifetime' Eiffel Tower zipline celebrates French Open

The 800-meter journey begins from the balcony of the Eiffel Tower balcony and ends outside the 18th century military complex of Ecole Militaire. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Prague Zoo puts animals' poo on display to educate visitors

Animals of all sizes - from giraffes and Asian elephants, through to Asiatic lions, giant tortoises and the smaller ring-tailed lemurs - contributed their poo in Prague which was used to make plaster casts to educate visitors. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Two dozen goats eat their way through Riverside Park to help clear out invasive plants

"It's like an all you can eat buffet. It's the ultimate farm to table," says Riverside Park Conservancy. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).