There is no question that London property is some of the most expensive out there. So where do you go if you're a British entrepreneur looking to grow your latest venture? CNN's Isa Soares reports from an unlikely place.
At just about any golf club in the state of Florida, there's a pretty good chance you'll be playing alongside some alligators. But it's not everyday the reptile gets itself involved in the game. Some golfers think that's what happened, after a golf ball somehow ends up on a gators head.
In 2004, the internet was a different place. No YouTube, no Twitter, and fast-growing "MySpace" was just a year old. But February fourth, 2004 saw the launch of the company that would go on to dominate the social web. Laurie Segall takes a look at Facebook as the company prepares to celebrate its tenth anniversary.
New details on the super security behind the super bowl. The big game is now just three days away. Concerns about the weather are nothing compared to the focus on making it a safe event. Law enforcement, including the FBI, aren't taking any chances, stepping up security to prevent a possible attack. They've been preparing for more than a year. Pamela Brown reports.
36 percent of us who will be watching the Super Bowl this Sunday night aren't watching for the game, they're watching for the commercials. But in the end, do they actually make people want to buy what they're selling? Nischelle Turner tells us why they've taken center stage.
In the next few days, Nevada sports books are expecting to see a record breaking amount of action for the big game. Fans bet 99-million dollars on the Super Bowl, last year, and Catherine Van reports people who don't even know anything about football are getting into the action.