A live broadcast of the solar eclipse over Cairns and Great Barrier Reef, Australia, begins at 2:30 p.m. EST.
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VIDEO: Dead shark found in New York subway train
A dead shark was spotted on a train headed to Queens. It was still wet and had blood in its mouth. The sighting coincides with Shark Week on the Discovery Channel.
Ga. man survives more than 1,000 bee stings
A Georgia man survived being stung more than 1,000 times by bees, which then attacked emergency responders who came to help, according to the man’s stepson.
Gross! 16.5-ton glob of fat removed from sewer system
If you've ever wondered what happens when you ignore those warnings about pouring grease down the drain, residents of one London suburb have found the disgusting answer. It's a 16.5-ton, bus-sized glob of fat, known as a "fatberg."
Video shows semi truck going airborne, bursting into flames
Amateur video captured a fiery crash in this Indiana town, when a semi truck went airborne over a highway interchange and burst into flames.
Are growing pains real?
Are growing pains real? If so, what causes them? And how do I make sure my kid never has them, because I really don't need another reason for screamy 3 a.m. wake-ups?
VIDEO: Dying boy plays best man at parents' wedding
Looking dapper in a tiny tan pinstripe suit and orange shirt, a 2-year-old boy with only weeks to live served as the best man for his parents' Pennsylvania wedding.
VIDEO: According to trainers dogs can drive too
Three dogs in New Zealand have been taught to drive a car. After weeks of indoor training in how to change gear, brake and steer, the canines have finally been allowed behind the wheel of a real car - with a little help from their handlers.
Compression garments: So, does tight mean right?
It seems that you can't head to a gym or run down your favorite trail these days without finding someone wearing compression garments.
VIDEO: NASA's night view of Earth
Weeks of work went into collecting pictures of the entire planet to create a remarkable look at night on Earth.
Hospital incentives help babies determine own birth dates
The evidence has been in for some time. Scheduling births may be convenient for physicians, hospitals and expectant parents, but it generally isn't good for the health of mothers and children.
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