Despite the devastation from several tornadoes blowing through Oklahoma, one high schooler still finds hope.
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It’s a good day as a kid when you realize fans can make your voice sound awesome. These three kids experienced this “a-ha” moment in an unidentified Wal-Mart, and used this power to belt “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the top of their lungs.
Fritz is your average, all-American Golden Retriever. He’s fluffy, he’s big, he’s goofy and, wow, he can not catch.
A bus fell through a massive sinkhole on a Brazilian roadway Monday before it was washed away in floodwaters.
He’s coming after you. Just, extremely slowly.
People from all over the world donned on their protective glasses to watch the solar eclipse Thursday.
A snowmobile rider at La Plata Canyon in Colorado was in for a rude awakening when mounds of snow came tumbling down, rider and all.
You know something is sketchy when the only thing that can film it is a drone.
We’ve all had that moment when we decide to have an impromptu race with a buddy.
A skiing trip in Switzerland nearly killed a man after an avalanche buried him a few feet below the surface, covering his entire body in snow and concealing him from his group’s view.
An eagle named Darshan set a world record, flying from the top of the world’s tallest building, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa tower, to his owner half a mile below on the ground.
Virtual reality is here, in a much different form than you would have expected.
An Italian village got 100.8 inches on Thursday, setting the all-time mark for most snow in 24 hours.
Get ready for an amazing bite-sized journey through the beauty that is Austria.
The Kraken has been unleashed. Well, almost.
A family on safari in South Africa got the shock of a lifetime when a lion opened their car door with its teeth.
For the uninitiated, skydiving can be scary enough: leaping out of a plane, free-falling at 120 miles per hour, keeping your presence of mind as you pull the cord on your parachute.
Everyone makes mistakes. Reporters sometimes get their mistakes recorded. And often times they make us laugh.
Iran blasted its mock-up of a U.S. aircraft carrier during naval drills on Wednesday, swarming the target with 100 speedboats armed with rockets, shoulder-launched missiles and mortars as well as striking it with cruise missiles, according to reports from Iran’s semi-official Fars News Agency.
It’s like “School of Rock,” but even more awesome.
Nature in its rawest form can be amazing and terrifying all at the same time.
Ever get that sinking feeling? Well, two rail passengers in South Korea certainly did after they fell nearly 10 feet through a sinkhole on the side of the street.
The desert looks really freaky covered in snow. Almost like another world. At least, it does from a drone.
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