Scientists are trying to answer one of the biggest question marks in climate-model simulations: What does the movement of the clouds mean for the climate? A survey of 30 years’ worth of satellite data suggests high-altitude clouds are shifting closer to the poles, and a recent study warned they could actually disappear. Lauren Anthony reports.
It took 10 minutes for this chocolate Eiffel Tower to melt in the Paris sun as the French capital sweltered in temperatures of 39 degrees Celsius (102.2 Fahrenheit) on Wednesday. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
A 21-year-old prop is targeting a place in the Manu Samoa squad for this year's Rugby World Cup. Grace Lee reports.
Florida's Zoo Miami captures a video within minutes of a Linne's two-toed sloth baby's birth. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Authorities in Bellevue, Washington were on the lookout Monday for a lost bear, last seen running through a suburban neighborhood. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
President Donald Trump stopped by a wedding reception with Trump supporters at his Bedminster, New Jersey golf club on Saturday. The newlyweds said they'd sent Trump multiple wedding invitations and didn't know if he'd show -- until he did. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
A former Ohio judge, convicted of using her position to help a family member, had to be dragged from the courtroom after she was sentenced to jail for six months. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Over 160 snails slugged it out at the annual World Championships on Saturday, which have run since the 1960s. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
A suspect wearing a clown mask led police first on a car chase and then foot pursuit down to the sandy shore in Venice Beach on Saturday. Zachary Goelman reports.
Over 1,000 paddleboard enthusiasts brightened the grey waters of St. Petersburg's canals with a flashy masquerade on Saturday. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Many young Iraqis are getting inked in various tattoo parlours across the country, with western-centric designs more popular than traditional patterns. Emily Wither reports.
A New York annual tradition carries on, even as the adult triathlon in Gotham is called off due to extreme heat. Rough Cut (No Reporter Narration)
Former Grumman employees share what it was like working on Apollo 11's lunar module at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, New York. Roselle Chen reports.
Art duo 'Ackroyd and Harvey' opened their environmental climate change installation called 'Beuys Acorns' in London on Wendnesday. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
The 'Rubbish Cafe' in Cambodia is built out of discarded bottles and garbage from around the neighbourhood. If you'd like a cup of coffee, you can even pay with trash too. Grace Lee reports.