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  • Rolling Stones play free concert in Havana

    Rolling Stones play free concert in Havana

    Rock icons the Rolling Stones play a free outdoor concert in Havana for thousands of fans. Julie Noce reports. It was a long time coming… but for tens of...

  • Luxury SUVs headline NY auto show

    Luxury SUVs headline NY auto show

    Luxury SUVs grabbed the spotlight at the New York auto show, as carmakers place their bets on the highly profitable vehicles. Bobbi Rebell reports. Bigger is better for American...

  • Thrill-seekers ski and dive into cold water during a competition at a Georgian resort. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)

    The joy of skiing into pool of cold water

    Thrill-seekers ski and dive into cold water during a competition at a Georgian resort. STORY: Participants gather atop a snowy hillside in the Georgian ski resort of Gudauri to...

  • Puppets take over Times Square

    Puppets take over Times Square

    Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders puppets celebrate World Puppetry Day on Times Square. STORY: New York’s Times Square is the stage for a giant puppet show as puppets and...

  • 'Batman v Superman' - the ultimate superhero smackdown

    ‘Batman v Superman’ – the ultimate superhero smackdown

    Director Zack Snyder, actors Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Jesse Eisenberg and Gal Gadot talk about the themes running through the upcoming ‘Batman v Superman’ film. Superheroes have long existed...

  • Ban, Sudeikis, hit 'The Angry Birds Movie' carpet

    Ban, Sudeikis, hit ‘The Angry Birds Movie’ carpet

    United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Jason Sudeikis and Maya Rudolph hit the U.N. green carpet for “The Angry Birds Movie” premiere. STORY: United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Jason Sudeikis...

World News

  • Newest high-tech eye hospital readies for takeoff

    Brexit chill for Spain’s expat Brits

        British expats lured by the warmth of Spanish sunshine now feel the chill of the Brexit vote as they ponder an uncertain future. Paul Chapman reports. The...

  • Cunard flagship Queen Mary 2 sets sail on its first voyage following a £90m investment.  Hayley Platt reports on a cruise sector that still appears buoyant despite global headwinds.

    Cunard launches QM2 £90 mln refurb

        Cunard flagship Queen Mary 2 sets sail on its first voyage following a £90m investment. Hayley Platt reports on a cruise sector that still appears buoyant despite...

  • Hedging bets at high street exchanges

    Hedging bets at high street exchanges

        High street exchanges in the UK say more people are dashing to swap their pounds for euros and dollars ahead of the European Union referendum. Deborah Lutterbeck...

  • Can Fitz and the Tantrums make your hands clap?

    Can Fitz and the Tantrums make your hands clap?

        Hot off the success of their single ‘HandClap’, Fitz and the Tantrums have launched their self-titled album, which is currently number 17 in the Billboard album charts....

  • Car bomb kills Jordanian troops at Syrian border

    Car bomb kills Jordanian troops at Syrian border

        A number of Jordanian border guards are killed in a car bomb attack in a remote area of the border with Syria, security officials say.

  • Wal-Mart offloads its China e-commerce unit

    Wal-Mart offloads its China e-commerce unit

        Wal-Mart is selling Yihaodian, its Chinese e-commerce business, to JD.com, and teaming up with the buyer to increase market share. Bobbi Rebell reports. Wal-Mart is selling its...

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Business

  • Clinton reiterates call for gun control laws

    Clinton reiterates call for gun control laws

      U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton repeated her call for “common sense” gun laws during a campaign stop in Florida where she met with the mothers of the...

  • Mansour's death a blow to Taliban:Abdullah

    Mansour’s death a blow to Taliban:Abdullah

    Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said the likely death of Taliban leader Akhtar Mohammad Mansour will undermine their ability carrying out future attacks in Afghanistan. Julie Noce reports. Afghanistan’s...

  • Obama departs for Vietnam

    Obama departs for Vietnam

      U.S. President Barack Obama departs from Andrews Air Force Base on a historic trip to Vietnam. President Barack Obama left Washington on Saturday (May 21) for a historic...

  • Clashes break out during Bachelet speech in Chile

    Clashes break out during Bachelet speech in Chile

      Protests turned violent in Valparaiso where a government worker died while President Michelle Bachelet was addressing Congress. Nathan Frandino reports. Chaos covers the streets of Valparaiso, Chile, where...

  • Russian air force shows off aerobatic teams

    Russian air force shows off aerobatic teams

    The Russian air force puts on an air show over Kubinka air base west of Moscow to celebrate 25 years since the foundation of the country’s elite aerobatic teams....

  • Drama therapy aims to help Lebanese prisoners

    Drama therapy aims to help Lebanese prisoners

    A drama therapy project inside the confines of Lebanon’s Roumieh prison aims to help rehabilitate inmates, or make life-long incarceration and awaiting execution just a little easier to handle....

Travel

  • Newest high-tech eye hospital readies for takeoff

    Brexit chill for Spain’s expat Brits

        British expats lured by the warmth of Spanish sunshine now feel the chill of the Brexit vote as they ponder an uncertain future. Paul Chapman reports. The...

  • Cunard flagship Queen Mary 2 sets sail on its first voyage following a £90m investment.  Hayley Platt reports on a cruise sector that still appears buoyant despite global headwinds.

    Cunard launches QM2 £90 mln refurb

        Cunard flagship Queen Mary 2 sets sail on its first voyage following a £90m investment. Hayley Platt reports on a cruise sector that still appears buoyant despite...

  • Hedging bets at high street exchanges

    Hedging bets at high street exchanges

        High street exchanges in the UK say more people are dashing to swap their pounds for euros and dollars ahead of the European Union referendum. Deborah Lutterbeck...

  • Can Fitz and the Tantrums make your hands clap?

    Can Fitz and the Tantrums make your hands clap?

        Hot off the success of their single ‘HandClap’, Fitz and the Tantrums have launched their self-titled album, which is currently number 17 in the Billboard album charts....

  • Car bomb kills Jordanian troops at Syrian border

    Car bomb kills Jordanian troops at Syrian border

        A number of Jordanian border guards are killed in a car bomb attack in a remote area of the border with Syria, security officials say.

  • Wal-Mart offloads its China e-commerce unit

    Wal-Mart offloads its China e-commerce unit

        Wal-Mart is selling Yihaodian, its Chinese e-commerce business, to JD.com, and teaming up with the buyer to increase market share. Bobbi Rebell reports. Wal-Mart is selling its...

Entertainment


  • A solar-powered plane, which has been grounded in Hawaii since July, undergoes test flight over Oahu as it prepares to continue world journey. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

    Solar plane test flight over Hawaii

    A solar-powered plane, which has been grounded in Hawaii since July, undergoes test flight over Oahu as it prepares to continue world journey. STORY: A solar-powered plane attempting to...

  • Demand for SUVs and pickups boosted U.S. auto sales to a 15-year high in February. Fred Katayama reports.

    U.S. auto sales rise in February

    Demand for SUVs and pickups boosted U.S. auto sales to a 15-year high in February. Fred Katayama reports. Auto sales zipping ahead in the U.S. despite fears of a...

  • NASA astronaut Scott Kelly posts a video of himself in a monkey costume chasing one of his crewmates around the space station. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

    Ape in space with NASA

    STORY: NASA astronaut Scott Kelly decided it was time for monkey business on the space station by dressing up in a gorilla costume to torment his fellow ship mates....

  • Researchers 3D print living tissue

    Researchers 3D print living tissue

    A new method of 3D printing can produce human-sized bone, muscle, and cartilage that survive when implanted into animals. It’s potentially a giant step towards fabricated replacement tissue and...

  • The California Air Resources Board and Environmental Protection Agency says Volkswagen has submitted a plan to fix 80,000 recalled 3.0 litre diesel SUVs and cars that emit up to nine times legally allowable pollution. Laura Frykberg reports.

    Volkswagen back on track?

    The California Air Resources Board and Environmental Protection Agency says Volkswagen has submitted a plan to fix 80,000 recalled 3.0 litre diesel SUVs and cars that emit up to...

  • Russian flight engineers Yuri Malenchenko and Sergey Volkov embark on a spacewalk outside the International Space Station to collect an experiment testing biological and biochemical samples' exposure to an open space environment. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

    Russian cosmonauts begin spacewalk

    Russian flight engineers Yuri Malenchenko and Sergey Volkov embark on a spacewalk outside the International Space Station to collect an experiment testing biological and biochemical samples’ exposure to an...

More Headlines

  • LeBron, Cavaliers take victory lap

    LeBron, Cavaliers take victory lap

      Hundreds of thousands of fans packed downtown Cleveland on Wednesday to celebrate alongside LeBron James and the NBA champion Cavaliers with a parade honoring the team after the...

  • Whitney and Prince items up for auction

    Whitney and Prince items up for auction

    Memorabilia from late superstar entertainers Whitney Houston and Prince are set to go to auction this week. John Russell reports. Memorabilia representing the careers of the late entertainers Whitney...

  • Senators debate gun control measures in wake of Orlando

    Senators debate gun control measures in wake of Orlando

        Democratic and Republican U.S. Senators make arguments on four different gun control measures that were all voted down in the aftermath of a massacre that left 49...

  • Actress and UN Special Envoy for Refugees Angelina Jolie says, "We cannot ignore or turn our backs on" the more than 65 million people displaced by conflict. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

    Angelina Jolie joins John Kerry on World Refugee Day

    Actress and UN Special Envoy for Refugees Angelina Jolie says, “We cannot ignore or turn our backs on” the more than 65 million people displaced by conflict. Actress Angelina...

  • U.S. Vice President Joe Biden denounces presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump's foreign policy proposals. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

    Biden rebukes Trump

      U.S. Vice President Joe Biden denounces presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump’s foreign policy proposals. Vice President Joe Biden on Monday (June 20) denounced Republican Donald Trump’s call for...

  • The U.S says it's alarmed by Bahrain's decision to revoke the citizenship of the country's Shi'ite Muslim majority spiritual leader. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

    U.S. ‘alarm’ over Bahrain Shi’ite move

      The U.S says it’s alarmed by Bahrain’s decision to revoke the citizenship of the country’s Shi’ite Muslim majority spiritual leader. Rough cut. The United States says it is...

  • Ticket kiosks open up in Rio de Janeiro just a month before the start of the Olympics, and the numbers aren't where they should be. Gavino Garay reports.

    Amid crises, Rio 2016 officials confident sales will grow

      Ticket kiosks open up in Rio de Janeiro just a month before the start of the Olympics, and the numbers aren’t where they should be. Gavino Garay reports....