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Former President Says Mexico Won't Pay For Trump's 'Stupid' Wall

Watch Video Remember when presidential hopeful Donald Trump said this? "I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I’ll have Mexico pay for that wall," Trump said as he announced his candidacy for the presidency.

Scientists Offer Theory As To What Killed 30 Sperm Whales

Watch Video Scientists think they’ve found the reason behind the mysterious deaths of dozens of sperm whales in Europe.

Surprise! This Baby Green Turtle Isn't Green At All

Watch Video If you’re seeing white and tan, your eyes aren’t failing you. Alby, the baby green turtle, really is white.  The rare albino sea turtle was spotted by volunteers at Castaways Beach in Queensland, Australia.  Government scientist Dr.

Tokyo Zoo Simulates Animal Escapes ... With Costumed Humans

Watch Video Every year, the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo holds a drill in case the animals escape. Only instead of practicing with the real thing, workers wear costumes.  This year's practice run involved a zebra startled by an earthquake.  As part of the drill, guests were evacuated, injuries were treated and the zebra was "subdued" with a stun gun.  One thing the worker probably couldn't do like a zebra –– run at 40 miles per hour.

British Police Are Thinking Of Using Eagles As Drone Hunters

Watch Video British police are thinking eagles may make the best guards against drones.   The Metropolitan Police Service is considering training the birds to treat drones as prey, and they aren't the only ones toying with the idea.

North Korea Rocket Launch Sparks Concerns Over Missile Testing

Watch Video North Korea launched a long-range rocket Sunday in what many are saying is a cover up for a test of banned military technology.  North Korea is insisting the rocket launch placed a satellite for the country's space program into orbit.

Violence Forces Thousands Of Syrian Refugees Toward Turkish Border

Watch Video The number of Syrian refugees fleeing to the Turkish border has spiked over the past few days as fighting has intensified.

Women Report Sexual Assaults At German Carnival, Including A TV Anchor

Watch Video Germany's pre-Lent Carnival celebration in Cologne kicked off with a record number of reported sexual assaults, despite heightened police presence.

North Korea Has Moved Up Its Rocket Launch Despite Criticism

Watch Video North Korea has moved up and narrowed the window for its upcoming rocket launch by one day.

Magnitude 6.4 Earthquake Hits Taiwan, Collapses Buildings

Watch Video The U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude 6.4 earthquake has hit southern Taiwan.  The U.S.G.S.

The Boston Globe Applauded 'Spotlight,' And Now The Vatican Is, Too

Watch Video "Spotlight," best picture contender at this year's Oscars, has earned massive critical praise for its retelling of the Boston Globe's investigation into sex abuse within the Catholic Church.

France Now Won't Let Its Grocery Stores Throw Away Unsold Food

Watch Video It's now illegal for grocery stores in France to throw out unsold food that's about to expire.

Woman Attended Her Own Funeral After Husband Tried To Have Her Killed

Watch Video Last year, Noela Rukundo says her husband hired a group of gunmen to kill her while she was attending her stepmother's funeral in Burundi, a country in Africa.

UN Panel Says Julian Assange Should Be Allowed To Go Free

Watch Video A United Nations panel ruled WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange should be allowed to leave the Ecuadorian embassy he's been taking refuge in for almost four years.  "I consider the outcome in this case to be vindication," Assange said.  The report, from the U.N.'s Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, says Assange is "entitled to his freedom of movement and to compensation."  The ruling was prompted by a 2014 complaint made by Assange.

UN Expected To Vote In WikiLeaks' Julian Assange's Favor

Watch Video WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's stay at London's Ecuadorian Embassy may soon be over.  Assange, an Austrailian citizen, has been at the embassy since 2012 — taking refuge shortly after the U.K.

Petitions Worldwide Call For Barring Of Anti-Feminist American Blogger

Watch Video A self-proclaimed pickup artist who once advocated to legalize rape is reportedly setting up covert male-only meetups across the world.  Daryush Valizadeh, who goes by Roosh V online, is organizing International Tribal Meetings at more than 160 locations worldwide Saturday.  The not-so-secret meetups intended for men have the seemingly vague purpose of establishing relationships and "to offer concrete support and defense" in times of crisis.

Prince Charles Makes Millions From His Watercolor Paintings

Watch Video According to The Telegraph, Prince Charles is one of the most successful British artists alive.

New Deal Protects 85 Percent Of Canada's Massive Great Bear Rainforest

Watch Video Bears and various other animals in one of Canada's temperate rainforests can continue to live comfortably in most of their habitats.

Pope Francis Will Make His Film Debut In A Family Adventure Movie

Watch Video Pope Francis, the global face of the Catholic Church, is already a celebrity. And now His Holiness will make his movie debut, playing himself in upcoming AMBI Pictures film "Beyond the Sun." An AMBI Pictures representative said Monday that Pope Francis has agreed to play a small role in the upcoming family adventure film.

This Dutch Police Bird Can Take Drones Out Of The Sky

Watch Video Dutch police have a unique method for handling nuisance drones: Call in the eagles.  Authorities in the Netherlands have trained bald eagles to pluck a drone out of the air and land with the unmanned aircraft in tow.  Authorities say this project is still being tested, but there is a strong chance it could be implemented in the real world.