A marine scientist was snorkeling off the southern California coast when she discovered a gigantic - and very rare - 18 foot long oarfish. Hailed as the discovery of a lifetime, the fish is currently being held on ice, and scientists are hoping to be able to preserve the fish's skeleton for educational purposes.
Amazon is a big tease. And this video proves it. It's all to get you excited for a mysterious launch event June 18 in Seattle. What's the item? A 3-D smartphone, according to those in the know. It's the same one that I've been telling you about. Take a look and get excited for this new technology.
Richard Branson's space tourism company Virgin Galactic has been working on its technology for 18 years now. And all that waiting has paid off with the first successful powered test flight of SpaceShipTwo.
Zach Sobiech passed away on May 20, 2013 at the age of 18. But he made the most of his last days, writing a hit song and performing it for millions. This emotional video chronicles his exceptional life.
When Qing Chen saw a young child trapped on the awning of building, his fatherly instincts sprung into action! He said he thought about what he would do if it was his daughter and launched a daring rescue to save the baby's life!
After an injury in 2009, Metro Meteor was forced to retire from racing and veterinarians only gave him two years to live. Now it's four years later and not only is Metro running again, he is painting gorgeous works of art to help pay off his vet bills!
Do you remember the 18-mph cheetah robot I showed you? They've rebuilt it, better, stronger and almost as fast. Except this time, it doesn't need a power cable! That's right this robot is fully mobile and can run 16 mph.
Don't stop him now! This kid is having a ball. Here's the most epic photo time-lapse of all time: It's a project 1,101 days in the making. This kid took a photo of himself every day from age 15 to age 18 and synced them all to Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now."
Don't get me wrong: I love classic American cars. But there's no question we've come a very long way in terms of safety over the last fifty years. This crash test between a 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air and a 2009 Chevrolet Malibu will put all doubts to rest.
Richard Hendrickson has reported on the weather for longer than most of us have been alive, and it's not even his job. The volunteer observer has reported conditions to the National Weather Service since he was 18, and it doesn't look like he's slowing down anytime soon.
Hackers release 100,000 photos and videos from Snapchat! Kim Komando gives you the inside scoop on five ways that creeps stalk you online. Plus: Apple and Facebook pay for their female employees to freeze their eggs, Ebola.com is up for sale, Samsung Wi-Fi is five times faster, and plenty of fun, helpful calls!
New iPads and iMacs! Kim Komando has the latest on give online holiday businesses you can start right now. Plus: a new MasterCard has a fingerprint sensor, Apple Pay launches this weekend, CBS has a new $6 a month streaming service, and the best callers from coast-to-coast!
An 18-year-old YouTube user set out to create the biggest 3-D domino pyramid on YouTube. He spent five weeks building the pyramid using more than 13,000 dominoes. Just as he was putting the last few dominoes in place, the unthinkable happens. You won't believe this video!
Apple pulls FitBit from its stores! Kim Komando tells you the best places to find printable grocery coupons. Plus: an umbrella made out of thin air, the dating app for rich folks, a bionic eye lets a man see for the first time in 30 years, and even more great calls.
Watch as bystanders and a police officer dodge an out-of-control 18-wheeler. The video is caught by a police cruiser's video camera. Cruiser cameras have become standard in many states. It's amazing no one was injured in this accident.