A spotted leopard was found wandering inside a school in India's Karnataka state. Credit to Reuters.
A double-decker bus was blown up on a central London bridge for a stunt in an upcoming Jackie Chan film. Credit to Reuters.
European Space Agency astronaut Tim Peake captured this incredible timelapse flyover of Italy and the Alps while aboard the International Space Station. Credit to 'European Space Agency'and 'Tim Peake'.
A sea lion pup is found sitting at a booth in a San Diego restaurant, prompting a call to SeaWorld for help. Credit to Reuters.
Derek Zoolander himself, Ben Stiller, broke a world record when he held up the world's longest ever selfie stick at the 'Zoolander 2' premiere in London. Francis Maguire reports. Credit to Reuters.
Hollywood actor Ryan Reynolds says "Deadpool", Marvel's anti-hero about to hit cinema screens, is redefining the genre. Credit to Reuters.
British astronaut Tim Peake plays ping pong in space to teach school children how liquids behave in space, during a special live feed from the International Space Station. Credit to the 'European Space Agency' and 'Tim Peake'.
A Dutch company and local police are collaborating to train eagles to capture and remove drones that pose a public safety threat. Credit to Reuters.
Ben Stiller, Will Ferrell and Owen Wilson hit the red carpet in Berlin for the premiere of comedy 'Zoolander 2'. Credit to Reuters.
Blizzard and heavy snow blanket roads and towns from the Rocky's to the Lake Michigan. Julie Noce reports.
President Xi Jinping says, China wants to advance bilateral relations. Jeanne Yurman reports.
Local health officials in Texas are calling the first known Zika infection to occur in the U.S. a "game changer," and suspect it was contracted through sex rather than a mosquito bite. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump ridicules the media description of his second-place showing in Iowa during a campaign rally in New Hampshire, ahead of the state's February 8 primary. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Former U.S. Senator and Republican TV commentator Scott Brown endorses Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination, as the candidates prepare for the New Hampshire primary. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
The band announces they will tour Latin America for the first time in ten years in 2016. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Attorneys for entertainer Bill Cosby appear in a Pennsylvania courtroom to argue that sexual assault charges against the comedian should be thrown out. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
After emerging from the Iowa caucuses in a virtual tie for first place, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders heads to New Hampshire, where he leads rival Hillary Clinton, for that state's presidential primary. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Lady Gaga to lead an "experiential tribute" to singer David Bowie at the Grammy Awards. Bob Mezan reports.
Heavy snow has impacted parts of Colorado as a major winter storm ejects out of the Rockies and moves into the Plains states. Cars can be seen having trouble on the roadways as sliding is common, with the snow blowers cranked and rolling. Over one foot of snow has fallen and it is still continuing. Credit: Jessica Moore / LSM
The famous Pennsylvania groundhog Punxsutawney Phil emerges from his burrow to see no shadow, predicting an early spring. Credit to Reuters.
While aboard the International Space Station, European Space Agency astronaut Tim Peake shows us how scrambled eggs are made! Credit to the 'European Space Agency' and 'Tim Peake'.
Mushers are guiding their teams through nearly 400 miles of snow-packed trails in Minnesota in the annual John Beargrease sled dog race. Diane Hodges reports. Credit to Reuters.
New Year's Eve is in the air! In Times Square, the confetti is tested for its air worthiness. Roselle Chen reports.
Demonstrators in the Central African Republic are calling for new elections, saying last month's vote was tainted by fraud. Diane Hodges reports.
Consumer spending slowed as warm weather cut into sales of clothing and demand for heating. Fred Katayama reports.