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07:07

Evolution of the United States Army uniform

Evolution of the United States Army uniform

The United States Army has gone through many changes since soldiers first battled the British during the Revolutionary War. As times change, so do military tactics and equipment. One thing remains the same, however: America’s impressive uniforms. See how our soldiers’ dress and style has changed over time -- from the war for independence all the way to the war against terror.

 

13:40

Kim’s son Ian gives a moving speech

Kim’s son Ian gives a moving speech

It's graduation season, and many of you will be watching your kids, grandkids, nieces and nephews reach that big life milestone over the next few weeks. I’m right there with you. My son, Ian, just gave his senior speech and talked about something very near and dear to my heart, his hero — my mother. Warning: Grab the tissues. (Ian's speech starts just after the 6-minute mark.)

 

03:10

Stretch van feels like a private jet

Stretch van feels like a private jet

Nothing says luxury like a private jet interior. They come with everything from automatic tables, coffee machines, and ultra plush seats for hours of mid-air cruising. For those who wish they could take their private jets home with them, this German company offers luxury upgrades for cars that make private planes look like flying coach. See what the rich and famous get to enjoy in these ultra-luxe stretch vehicles. Let’s just hope they don’t hit a pothole while their champagne is on the table.

 

03:42

Guy jumps out of ride for phone

Guy jumps out of ride for phone

Disneyland is supposed to be the happiest place on earth, but nobody is happy when a ride breaks down. Whether it's technical difficulties or just bad weather, a glitch in the park can make all the difference between a magical morning and a Disney dud. Well, this particular mishap wasn’t the fault of the park, staff, or weather. A passenger on Big Thunder Mountain unexpectedly jumped out of his car, mid-ride, to recover a phone that he dropped. Have you ever wondered how Disneyland handles the unexpected? Keep your arms, legs, and phone inside your seats, people!

 

04:03

The worst liquor ever

The worst liquor ever

Drinking to ease our regrets is one of the world’s oldest traditions, but who would have thought that one specific drink would be a regret all its own? Meet Jeppson’s Malört, a Chicago-area liqueur known as the worst tasting spirit in the world. Invented by a Swedish immigrant who damaged his taste buds from years of smoking, this harsh tasting drink has somehow grown in popularity beyond its hometown of the Windy City. Would you dare to take a sip?

 

05:14

What you’re really eating when you eat McDonald’s french fries

What you’re really eating when you eat McDon

McDonald’s has long been the king of American fast food, but in recent years, its lead has declined. In spite of this, almost everyone can still agree that its fries are some of the best in the industry. As good as these little golden morsels taste, it’s worth asking how McDonald’s fries are made, along with what’s going into your body when you eat them. Well, you might be surprised at what you learn.

 

03:15

How to grow your own crystals at home

How to grow your own crystals at home

Crystals are everywhere in nature -- from the jewelry on your fingers to the salt in your salt shaker. These brilliant structures are as complex as they are beautiful, and provide some of the strongest chemical bonds in science. How then, exactly, do crystals form in the wild? Well, the process can sometimes take years, but this quick science experiment will show you how it works in just a matter of minutes. Plus, you can make them in your house.

 

04:32

How does IMAX work?

How does IMAX work?

If you’ve been keeping an eye on your local movie theater, you probably know how many epic blockbusters are set to make their debut this year. A good movie, however, isn’t complete without good sound -- and nobody is better than IMAX at delivering the rumble. But, what exactly is IMAX? How do these specially formatted screens and speakers work? Take a look at this marvel of movie engineering.

 

03:36

Deepfake videos are getting terrifyingly real

Deepfake videos are getting terrifyingly real

If you thought fake news was bad, then you won't believe what's coming our way in the future. Widely seen as the next generation of hoaxes, Deepfakes are videos that use artificial intelligence to edit faces, motion, and speech with scary accuracy. In a Deepfake video, you can make any politician say anything you want, or swap the face of a person you know on a salacious picture for instant blackmail. The worst part: it's getting harder to tell them apart from the real thing. This video might disturb you.

 

03:24

Inside one of the only Skittles factories in the US

Inside one of the only Skittles factories in the U

Anyone who watched Willy Wonka growing up probably wished they had the chance to tour a real-life candy factory. Well, they may not employ Oompa Loompas, but one of the only Skittles factories in the United States is opening its doors to reporters for an inside scoop on how the popular treat is made. You might want to grab some Skittles for yourself after this. It's a sweet sight to behold.

 

02:48

Stars 101 | National Geographic

Stars 101 | National Geographic

They're some of the most common objects in the universe, but we know relatively little about the stars above us. What we do know, however, has led to incredible developments in the fields of astronomy, energy, and chemistry. Stars are not alive in the same way as we are, but they have a life-cycle all their own, along with spectacular deaths that light up the cosmos. Prepare to be dazzled.

 

00:00

The Kim Komando Show, aired on Bloomberg TV – Saturday, April 27, 2019

The Kim Komando Show, aired on Bloomberg TV –

In this episode, Samsung’s innovating new folding smartphone might not be all it’s cracked up to be. Plus, what will the car of the future look like? Will it fly? Maybe, but one concept car will know when you’re sad. And, Kim will speak with an 18-year-old woman who’s lucky to be alive, and it’s all thanks to her Apple Watch.

 

09:37

Kids try 100 years of the most expensive foods

Kids try 100 years of the most expensive foods

Tastes change over time. Just ask people from the colonial days, who view lobster as food fit only for prisoners and apprentices. Now, in modern times, a lobster dinner can set you back a sizable amount of money. Over 100 years, the most expensive foods available have also changed, very much reflecting the tastes of people in the times they were popular. In this video, modern-day kids try out some of these expensive foods, and their reactions are priceless.

 

04:07

Putting dog treats on top of my robot vacuum..

Putting dog treats on top of my robot vacuum..

Ever seen a Shiba Inu dog? This popular breed from Asia has won the hearts of internet users thanks to its appearance in the popular "Doge" meme, among many others. This sassy, stoic, and bold breed is infinitely curious, and will often explore its environment like a cat does. In this video, a Shiba named Haru meets a Roomba for the first time, and the results are hilariously cute.

 

03:07

How matcha is made (from plant to cup)

How matcha is made (from plant to cup)

Ever hear of matcha? Perhaps you've heard of Japanese green tea? Either way, matcha is booming in popularity, with drinks selling out at coffee houses and supermarkets nationwide. Unlike most teas, matcha consists of a finely prepared powder that imparts tremendous amounts of flavor -- but how does it get that way? Learn the secrets behind this ancient tradition that has been helping people relax and wake up for hundreds of years.

 

13:18

Recreating discontinued Taco Bell menu items (TASTE TEST)

Recreating discontinued Taco Bell menu items (TAST

Remember the Bell Beefer? Long ago, Taco Bell wasn't just serving up tasty Tex-Mex inspired fare -- it also offered a hamburger of its own. Fans have been demanding that this holy grail of beef and cheese be returned to the menu like McDonald's McRib, but sadly, their requests have fallen on deaf ears. Lucky for us, Rhett and Link on Good Mythical Morning have revived it, along with other discontinued menu items from Taco Bell in a taste test for the ages. You won't believe what it used to serve!

 

04:22

Why parrots can talk like humans

Why parrots can talk like humans

Lots of animals are smart. Dogs, dolphins, chimps, and even octopus are said to have intelligence that sometimes comes close to human level. Surprisingly, however, not one of those creatures can speak. Instead, one of the only animals able to talk like a human is the parrot. We've all seen clips of parrots saying funny words or singing along to songs, but what is it that gives these incredible birds the gift of gab? Here's a hint: the answer has nothing to do with their brains.

 

03:15

This Cajun restaurant has a year-long waiting list

This Cajun restaurant has a year-long waiting list

If you're ever down south in Louisiana, you've got to try Cajun food! Not only are the rich, flavorful spices so prominent in dishes, but the unique blend of flavors is unlike anything else in the country. If you're looking for the best Cajun food of all, this restaurant might take the cake. It's so popular the waiting list is over a year long! If you're hankering for some good southern cooking, you might want to get in line.

 

02:22

Walmart turns store into “A.I. factory”

Walmart turns store into “A.I. factory”

Who would have expected the mighty Walmart to face a retail challenger in the U.S.? Enter Amazon, which has become a household name (and presence) throughout the country with its indispensable shipping and media services. In order to stand tall among competition, Walmart is resorting to some radical changes that not only take it into the future, but perhaps beyond. Watch as Walmart enhances the shopping experience with artificial intelligence. Amazon might not be able to compete until it opens a big-box store of its own!

 

01:36

Big Idaho potato turned into a hotel

Big Idaho potato turned into a hotel

If you're looking to get away from it all, why not head to rural Idaho? There's beautiful weather, clear skies, and peaceful expanse for miles. There's also lots and lots of potatoes, as any Idahoan would tell you. Now, imagine visiting Idaho and sleeping inside a potato! No, we don't have to shrink you down like Ant-Man, but this Airbnb is taking the state theme to the next level with this unique hotel room hollowed into a giant potato sculpture. You can't eat it, but the decor is extremely cute!

 

01:59

Adorable seal catches a ride on a kayak

Adorable seal catches a ride on a kayak

If you've ever gone sailing or swimming near the ocean, you know how funny and cute seals can be. Almost like dogs, seals are curious animals that love to play, swim, and interact with people they meet. Sometimes though, getting too close to a seal will make them want to follow you home. Watch as this seal decides to take a ride on this boater's kayak. How long does he plan on staying there, exactly?

 

05:44

Hawaii diver swims with record breaking largest great white shark | TODAY

Hawaii diver swims with record breaking largest gr

Nothing beats the power, majesty, and terror of the great white shark. These kings of the sea can grow upwards of 20 feet in length and weigh more than 2,000 pounds. Despite their reputation for ferocity, most sharks are quite shy and keep to themselves -- preferring to ignore divers rather than grab a quick bite. See how this diver from Hawaii peacefully swims next to a gargantuan shark for the record books.

 

02:07

Why pizzas come with that plastic table in the center

Why pizzas come with that plastic table in the cen

Pizzas are one of the most beloved foods around. Big enough to share and tasty enough to devour, Americans eat more pizza than any other country on earth. Despite our familiarity with the delicious cheesy dinner, many people aren’t aware of the meaning behind one of the signature aspects of the pizza parlor experience. Pesto? Red pepper flakes? Nope! I’m talking about the little tray in the center! What is it used for, and why is it there?

 

02:08

What I streamed & really liked: Behind the Curve

What I streamed & really liked: Behind the Cu

What's it about? Well, you may have heard about Flat Earthers -- people who believe the Earth is flat. Yes, there is a small but growing movement of people that may number in the millions who believe the Earth is not a sphere but more like a flat saucer hanging space. Join the filmmakers as they follow a group of Flat Earthers, and get to know the people who actually say they believe the Earth is flat.

 

07:10

How Target is challenging Amazon

How Target is challenging Amazon

Millions of Americans have moved from shopping in stores to ordering from Amazon. Whether it's the cheap prices, convenience, or interface, it's become the preferred method of getting goods to our doorstep. In spite of these odds, one retailer is not only fighting but thriving in the wake of Amazon's dominance. Learn how Target is making a stand by offering a complete brick-and-mortar experience that's putting the heat on Amazon's dominance.

 

01:11

Officer corrals donkey on Chicago-area interstate

Officer corrals donkey on Chicago-area interstate

Routine traffic stops can be a pain, but when a stray animal gets involved, things get weird! Watch as this police officer attempts to wrangle a donkey that somehow made its way on to the middle of a highway near Chicago. In case you're worried: the donkey and officer both make it out fine. As for the drivers involved, I'm sure several of them made it to work late that morning.

 

03:27

DIY SECURITY TIP: 10 things you should never do online

DIY SECURITY TIP: 10 things you should never do on

We're all vulnerable and can be caught off guard and make silly mistakes online. We put together this list of 10 things you should never do online, along with do-it-yourself security advice from Kim and her team, as reminders that we have to be vigilant with every click we make online. Even smart people blunder online.

 

03:28

Only One McDonald’s Has This Color Sign

Only One McDonald’s Has This Color Sign

Nothing is more iconic than the golden arches of McDonald's. Some people, however, might think of the bright yellow signage as an eyesore on an otherwise consistent community style. Well, this community wasn't too keen on the arches, but rather than kick Mickey D's to the curb, they decided to work with them to create a truly unique restaurant. The best part: it's in the middle of one of the most unearthly beautiful cities on the planet.

 

00:56

Food-stealing squirrel caught RED HANDED on Ring security camera footage

Food-stealing squirrel caught RED HANDED on Ring s

We depend on home security systems to keep our loved ones safe, but sometimes an unexpected visitor may not be the threat we think it is. Ring doorbell cameras are some of the best in the industry, with extremely sensitive motion sensors that can alert you of any potential intruders. This uninvited guest, a squirrel with some food as big as he is, accidentally trips the sensor and scrambles away before the homeowner returns. Fortunately, we've got his criminal activity on film. You have to see this adorable little burglar.

 

02:29

Digital Life Hacks – Listen to favorite radio stations with smart speakers

Digital Life Hacks – Listen to favorite radi

Smart speakers can be an incredible tool. They can be used for so many different tasks that can make your life that much easier. Have you ever wondered if you can listen to your favorite radio stations on your Alexa, Google Home, Amazon Echo or other smart speaker? If you have a smart speaker, Kim will give you the best apps for listening on your device.

 

09:50

Huge mistakes everyone makes shopping at Costco

Huge mistakes everyone makes shopping at Costco

Those of us who shop at Costco know how important it is. After all, where else can you find entire crates of paper towels, XXXL bags of beef jerky, and delicious $2.00 pizza? Well, as good as Costco can be, many shoppers are making mistakes that can drastically raise the price of a Costco run. Want to learn how to save more money and shop smarter? This video will show you how. Don't worry, you can still chow down on samples.

 

01:05

What’s it like to work with robots at an Amazon fulfillment center?

What’s it like to work with robots at an Ama

Researchers are constantly saying that robots will one day replace us in the workforce. In many industries, such as manufacturing, we've already seen this happen. Not all companies are keen to replace their human workers, however. One company believes that combining human and robot workers into a single workforce will increase productivity and service across the board. Who is this? Only the biggest shipping and fulfillment company in the world: Amazon. See how humans and robots are working together to get your packages to your doorstep.

 

57:01

The Kim Komando Show, aired on Bloomberg TV – Saturday, April 20, 2019

The Kim Komando Show, aired on Bloomberg TV –

In the first episode of this new season, Amazon has thousands of people working to improve Alexa, but you won’t believe what they hear. Plus, find out if facial recognition could be coming to a hotel near you. And, if you’ve ever wondered if someone is snooping on your PC or Mac, we’ll tell you the secrets tech pros don’t want you to know.

 

01:35

Laurel & Hardy Song Comparison

Laurel & Hardy Song Comparison

Laurel & Hardy are classic comedians that transcend time with their beloved acts. In the 2018 biopic “Stan & Ollie,” actors Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly disappear into their roles and transform into the famous duo with stunning results. This video delivers a side-by-side comparison of the original Laruel & Hardy and their modern day doppelgangers. You won’t believe how close they get!

 

03:21

The Future of Flight-Hailing

The Future of Flight-Hailing

When’s the last time you hailed a taxi? Uber and Lyft have already changed the way we take car rides, but what about the way we catch a flight? This private aviation startup has created a system that pairs passenger with private planes and pilots. His hope is to transform the way that people fly, but will this new platform stay exclusive to the ultra-rich? Or will everyone be able to take flight from their phone?

 

03:07

Food truck serves 3,000 grilled cheese sandwiches a day

Food truck serves 3,000 grilled cheese sandwiches

If you’ve ever been to Los Angeles, you’ll know the kind of crowds food trucks can draw. Delicious, hot food cooked while you wait. A small, independent business model. Food trucks have it all, but sometimes all they need is a single menu item done in many different ways. This food truck from the U.K. only sells grilled cheese sandwiches, but its popularity is massive. Would you try one of these food truck sandwiches?

 

01:13

Watch Disney’s “Stuntronics” robot perform acrobatics

Watch Disney’s “Stuntronics” rob

Stunt actors are a classic feature of Hollywood that continues to the present day. If Disney has its way, however, stunt performers may soon be out of a job. Disney is debuting the Stuntronic robot, a machine that is capable of performing acrobatic stunts with a humanoid shape. Not only can this robot perform stunts with grace, it even moves like a real person. Can this new robot keep actors and stunt performers from getting injured?

 

05:22

Kia HabaNiro concept | 2019 New York auto show

Kia HabaNiro concept | 2019 New York auto show

Since Elon Musk changed the world with Tesla, electric vehicles have been all the rage. More and more companies are dreaming up competitors to Tesla’s products, with different benefits and drawbacks on every one. One car company, Kia, has decided to sidestep copying Tesla to reveal something strange and different - the HabaNiro. No, it’s not a pepper, but the range and features of this care are absolutely spicy.

 

01:48

Human tissue used to create 3D-printed heart

Human tissue used to create 3D-printed heart

Organ failure is a tragedy that claims thousands of lives every year. When a heart gives out, it’s especially devastating -- we only have one, after all. On top of this, the list of heart donors is thin and demand is high, with health hearts costing a large sum of money. To get around this and potentially save more lives, a group of scientists is working on developing artificial human hearts using 3D printers. They’re made of the same stuff as your heart, but the way they’re made will shock you.

 

01:35

Sesame Street: respect is coming

Sesame Street: respect is coming

After a decade, the smash hit Game of Thrones is finally coming to an end. Every fan of the series is familiar with its graphic violent and gratuitous content, so it’s strictly a “no-kids-allowed” kind of show. Well, if you have little ones, then this rated-G version of Game of Thrones might be the perfect thing to watch together. Listen to Elmo help Tyrion and Cersei Lannister put aside their differences for the good of the realm.

 

04:06

Instagrammers are killing this field of poppies (HBO)

Instagrammers are killing this field of poppies (H

Influencers are the name of the game when it comes to marketing on Instagram. These mini-celebrities are often found endorsing popular fashion and cosmetic products, so anything that makes their pictures pop is fair game. Recently, a superbloom of flowers in California has attracted droves of influencers and Instagram users looking to snap the perfect selfie. As it turns out, these unexpected visitors might not be the best thing for flowers in the area.

 

03:24

The healthiest things you can get at McDonald’s

The healthiest things you can get at McDonald̵

As a fast food restaurant, McDonalds isn’t exactly known for serving the healthiest fare. Between Big Macs, Quarter-Pounders, and Filet-O’-Fish, you’d think it’d be a struggle to find something to eat that you won’t regret. Well, turns out McDonalds actually has some menu options that won’t pack on the pounds. You won’t believe what they are.

 

01:58

World’s funniest flight attendant leaves passengers in hysterics

World’s funniest flight attendant leaves pas

Flying can be a drag, but it doesn’t always have to be that way. As with any flight, a good crew and great service can make or break the trip. In this case, though, having a comedian for a flight attendant is enough to make the whole plane laugh along the way. See how this flight attended keeps the smiles on as the plane embarks on its journey.

 

03:06

The best spiral-sliced hams you can buy online

The best spiral-sliced hams you can buy online

The delicious aroma of a spiral-sliced ham is enough to make anyone salivate. They’re an integral part of Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts, but some people enjoy them all year round. Did you know there’s places online where you can order a spiral-sliced ham and have it delivered to you? This episode of America’s Test Kitchen goes over the best hams you can buy online to find out which one is the best in the nation.

 

04:04

How foldable screens work

How foldable screens work

The launch of the Galaxy Fold is upon us and preorders have already sold out! The revolutionary device is packed to the brim with high-tech features and cutting-edge engineering -- most notably the versatile folding screen that turns the phone into a tablet and back again. Since all of our current phones are solid glass, a folding phone is a technological game changer. But did you ever wonder how foldable screens work? How do they avoid breaking?

 

02:32

What I Streamed & Really Liked: Stan & Ollie

What I Streamed & Really Liked: Stan & O

It was Kim’s pick this week of what I streamed and really liked, and she found herself learning more about the classic comedy duo Stan & Ollie. It was a sweet story of two legendary comics with spot-on performances, big laughs, and genuinely touching moments.

 

06:18

How cats are trained for TV and movies | Movies Insider

How cats are trained for TV and movies | Movies In

Animals have been a part of showbiz since the first movie camera captured a horse running in motion. Now, the industry is dominated by animal stars -- most of them dogs. Cats, however, are an entirely different beast. Unlike dogs, cats don’t respond to traditional training and obedience techniques. Animal trainers need to work smart to get these furry prima donnas to cooperate. Do you want to know how Hollywood gets their cat stars ready for their closeup?