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These Chinese Students Have To Climb Down A Cliff To Get To School

Watch Video A group of children in a village in southwest China are getting some attention for their commute to school.

This Canadian Kitchen Is Opening Its Doors To Syrian Refugees

Watch Video "And they were, like, looking at each other, going, 'We're supposed to do the cooking?' And I'm like, 'Yeah, yeah.

President Obama Calls For A World Without Nuclear Weapons At Hiroshima

Watch Video President Barack Obama has become the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima, Japan.

Virtual Reality Could Bring Crime Scenes To The Courtroom

Watch Video Virtual reality technology is developing rapidly. But until recently, few had found practical uses for VR beyond gaming and virtual tourism.

Why A Prominent Saudi Cleric Frowns Upon Cat Selfies

Watch Video It turns out one of the internet's favorite pastimes is frowned upon in Saudi Arabia. Prominent Muslim cleric Saleh Al-Fawzan was asked about the "new trend" of posting photos with cats.

ISIS Killed Journalist James Foley; His Mother Keeps His Message Alive

Watch Video "What would be more important to Jim is that his death would be worth something in terms of making a difference in the world," said Diane Foley, the mother of journalist James Foley.

Hey You: The UK's Royal Mail Just Made A Set Of Pink Floyd Stamps

Watch Video It's been over 50 years since Pink Floyd started making noise on London's rock 'n' roll scene.

Obama Doesn't Hold Back When Criticizing Trump's Foreign Policy

Watch Video President Barack Obama isn't a fan of Donald Trump's diplomacy plans and on Thursday said he doesn't blame world leaders if they aren't, either.

The Italian Navy Rescues At Least 500 Migrants From A Capsized Boat

Watch Video A boat carrying hundreds of migrants across the Mediterranean Sea capsized on Wednesday, and Italy's navy was able to rescue at least 500.

Tim Cook Sees iPhones Everywhere, Even In A 17th-Century Painting

Watch Video So, Tim Cook said this 17th-century painting shows someone holding an iPhone. I mean, he said it at a conference in Amsterdam, so who knows where his head is?

This Sinkhole Swallowed More Than A Dozen Cars In Florence, Italy

Watch Video A sinkhole gave way in Florence, Italy's historic district, causing more than a dozen cars to slide into the ditch, which is up to 22 feet deep in some spots.

Canadians Tell Us Why Canada Has Welcomed More Refugees Than The US

Watch Video "When we talk about what it means to be a Canadian, it means to be welcoming to the entire world."  Why Canada is more welcoming to refugees than the U.S.

Active Duty US Soldiers, Veteran Reach The Top Of Mount Everest

Watch Video A team of two active duty U.S. soldiers and a single-leg amputee veteran became the latest group to make it to the top of Mount Everest on Tuesday.

Researchers Found A Really, Really Old Beer Recipe In China

Watch Video It's not every day you come across a beer recipe in an academic journal. But researchers think they've found the earliest evidence of beer production in China.

Climate Change Might Be Helping Octopuses

Watch Video A new study found the octopus population is on the up and up, and climate change could be helping those numbers.

Angelina Jolie Is Adding Another Job To Her Resume: Visiting Professor

Watch Video As if she wasn't busy enough being an actress, director and mom of six, Angelina Jolie Pitt is adding another job to her resume: visiting professor.

New Evidence Suggests An Explosion Downed EgyptAir Flight 804

Watch Video Officials are still trying to figure out what caused EgyptAir Flight 804 to crash. But more and more evidence appears to be pointing to an explosion onboard.  Reports surfaced Tuesday claiming that body parts recovered from the downed flight "confirm" an explosion took place.  "Investigators are working on [the body parts] right now.

If EgyptAir Crash Is Terrorism, Why Has No One Claimed Responsibility?

Watch Video It's been four days since EgyptAir Flight 804 crashed into the Mediterranean Sea. In the immediate aftermath, some were quick to blame terrorism.

These Recommendations Say You Shouldn't Worry About Eating That Steak

Watch Video How much fat is OK to eat? A new report urging people to eat food in "its natural form, however much saturated fat it contains" has sparked a fierce debate among British public health workers.

Australian Climber Among 4 Dead In 4 Days On Mount Everest

Watch Video Since Thursday, four people have died while climbing Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain.