Unusual News Videos

Greeks throw flour to forget woes

Greeks stage a "flour war" to celebrate Clean Monday and mark the end of Carnival season, a welcome distraction for many residents of the economically struggling country. Elly Park reports.

Barack Obama, next French president?

Four friends launch a petition asking former U.S. President Barack Obama to campaign in France's 2017 presidential election. Elly Park reports.

Bulldogs parade through Mexico City in hopes of world record

Almost 1,000 English Bulldogs are walking through Mexico City with the goal of setting a new world record. Nathan Frandino reports.

Police go on bull chase in New York

A bull takes police on a wild chase through the streets of New York after it escapes a slaughterhouse. Colette Luke reports.

NYC cafe serves up $18 cup of coffee

A small cafe in Brooklyn, New York, offers some of the rarest and most expensive coffee on the planet.

Thousands of ducks take up residence in Russia's St Petersburg

Around 7,500 ducks have descended on the famous Peterhof Park, choosing to reside in its ponds and canals instead of migrating to warmer places for the winter.

American Girl debuts first-ever boy doll

It's a boy! Mattel's popular 18-inch, chubby-faced American Girl dolls have a new friend - and his name is Logan. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Lego builds new giant brick house in its hometown

Danish toymaker Lego will open a new play house in its hometown in Denmark to offer fans the ultimate experience.

After 10 days stuck in a well, Turkish pup is finally rescued

A four-month-old puppy who fell into a deep well in central Istanbul was eventually lifted out with the help of a robotic arm designed by high school students.

Los Angeles is 'high' on Valentines Day

One month after California legalized recreational use of marijuana, some in Los Angeles are gifting their partners with an elegant bouquet of pot to celebrate Valentines Day. Ben Gruber reports.