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World's scariest footpath to reopen after 14-year closure

World's scariest footpath to reopen after 14-year closure
After a fourteen year closure the world's most dangerous footpath will open to the public once again this Easter. Featuring: Atmosphere. Malaga, Spain. 13 Mar 2015. Credit: Supplied by WENN.com
After a fourteen year closure the world's most dangerous footpath will open to the public once again this Easter.

Israel's Prime Minister flip flops on two state solution

Israel's Prime Minister flip flops on two state solution »Play Video

Israel's Prime Minister is backing off his pre-election day comments.

Benjamin Netanyahu now says he supports a two state solution with the Palestinians.
Previously he had come out during the election opposing the idea.

104-year-old drinks three Dr. Peppers a day

104-year-old drinks three Dr. Peppers a day »Play Video
A Texas woman is celebrating her 104-th birthday. But her favorite doctor has been around for 130-years. And the two of them have had a love that's spanned nearly four decades. Kaley O'Kelley reports on how that love manifested on her big birthday.

Darth Vader robs credit union

Darth Vader robs credit union

Flying car designed to land anywhere

Flying car designed to land anywhere »Play Video
A Slovakian company is bringing a science fiction staple one step closer to reality. Aeromobil says it's designed a flying car that can land anywhere. What's more, in just two years, it may be ready to land in your garage. Amara Walker has the story.

Kraft recalls 242,000 cases of Macaroni & Cheese Dinner

Kraft recalls 242,000 cases of Macaroni & Cheese Dinner

Kraft Foods Group is voluntarily recalling approximately 242,000 cases of select code dates and manufacturing codes of the Original flavor of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinner due to the possibility that some boxes may contain small pieces of metal.

Fake Apple Watches already on sale

Fake Apple Watches already on sale »Play Video
The Apple Watch was one of the most hyped launches in recent times. Well it didn't take long for the cut price fakes to appear, and they're already on sale in China. David McKenzie looks at what's on offer and whether they're the bargain that they seem.

Hundreds of discovered Guinness advertising paintings now on sale

Hundreds of discovered Guinness advertising paintings now on sale
Four years ago, hundreds of lost Guinness advertising paintings were found in a London basement. Now, U.S. gallery owner Robert Lloyd is selling them. Vanessa Yurkevich shows us some of these rare pieces of art.

Photos: Smithsonian Photo Contest finalists

Photos: Smithsonian Photo Contest finalists
Selected from over 26,500 entries, and taken by photographers from 93 different countries, these photos represent the finalists in Smithsonian's 12th Annual Photo Contest. Ten finalists per category were selected, and the photograph that receives the most votes will receive a $500 cash prize and be announced alongside the Grand Prize and category winners on March 31. The finalists range from a serene sunrise canoe in Minnesota to a train ride in Myanmar to a vicuña wandering the grasslands of the Andes. Some moments were sought out, others captured by chance. Copyright Notice: Supplied by WENN.com

Puget Sound region slogs through 2nd-wettest March day on record

Puget Sound region slogs through 2nd-wettest March day on record »Play Video

A potent storm rolled through the Puget Sound region this weekend, bringing heavy rains, some welcome mountain snow, and just for old times' sake, some gusty winds as well.

Clinton address questions about her Secretary of State emails

Clinton address questions about her Secretary of State emails »Play Video
She admits deleting tens of thousands of private emails from her server, but insists that server is secure. "It was on property guarded by the Secret Service, and there were no security breaches," Clinton said.

In hindsight, Hillary Clinton told reporters she'd separate her personal and work email.

"I thought using one device would be simpler," she said Tuesday. "Obviously, it hasn't worked out that way."