A team from the BBC sets up a free fall race with a peregrine falcon, who proves why its the fastest animal on earth. Jen Markham has the amazing video.
Researchers built a robot octopus that is not only able to swim in the ocean, it’s able to carry round objects in its tentacles at the same time. Jen Markham has the story.
The historic Ellis Island hospital complex, where 1.2 million immigrants received medical care between 1901 and 1954, is opening to the public next Wednesday for the first time in 60 years. (Sept.
Officials on Hawaii's Big Island are asking the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to help with solutions for the possibility of lava covering a major highway. (Sept.
A would-be thief is under arrest, after police catch him dragging a pharmacy's safe behind his car. Police believe the suspect thought by dragging it along the road it would eventually open. Instead, he got dragged into jail. Rachael Cardin has the details.
It's no secret that Albuquerque police plant bait cars throughout town, enticing thieves to try to steal one. Well, last week a man was caught swiping one while a very ironic song was playing on the radio. And yep, it's caught on camera. Matt Howerton explains why the suspect is now likely singing a very different tune.
NASA satellites show weakening Hurricane Iselle with category two hurricane Julio behind it. The first storm came ashore in Hawaii early Friday as a weakened tropical storm, while strengthening Julio is set to pass north of the islands.
One of the world’s most recognizable animal behaviorists tries to get a message out about lion conservation, but the lions won’t let him get a word in edgewise. Jen Markham has the story.
A postal worker is now on the receiving end of a message -- you never know who's watching. A witness captured cell phone video of what appears to be the postal worker tossing an armful of mail into the trash in Cincinnati. Evan Millward has the video.
A nature photographer found some terrifying footage on his camera after placing it to try to capture "up close" images of grizzly bears. From YouTube user bradjosephs: "When using a GoPro to capture unusually close footage of grizzly bears for the Great Bear Stakeout for BBC, I had a young bear actually chew on the camera. Amazingly there was no damage to the camera! Some of this clip appears in the film Great Bear Stakeoout on BBC and Discovery Channel."