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Viral Video: What Americans Know About July 4th Holiday

a guy takes a camera crew and a cool looking microphone to ask people what they know about the Fourth of July. It turns out, the other is: NOT much.


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Americans Try Surströmming

Surströmming is a traditional northern Swedish cuisine that’s been enjoyed for centuries. But how will a group of Americans react to smelling and tasting the smelliest food in the world?


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If Fast Food Commercials Were Honest

What would it look like if fast food commercials had to tell the absolute truth?


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The Science Of Bacon

The average American consumes nearly 18 pounds of bacon per year. But why is bacon so appealing? This video breaks down the science behind this irresistible treat.


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How To Hold A Baby

This video is for you new dads! One father displays the proper ways to hold a baby, including the reverse standard shoulder hold and the bird on a wire technique.



Rowlett Police Chasing Leads In Viral Video Of Fight

Detectives have received several leads since the video surfaced, and they expect to make an arrest.


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Man Punished For Parking In Handicap Spot

You’ve seen it before. A driver parks in a handicap spot for no reason and goes unpunished. In Brazil, a group of pranksters made one driver pay dearly for breaking the law.


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Michael Jackson’s ‘Beat It’ Performed On Acoustic Guitar

A guitarist named Miguel Rivera has composed and performed a solo version of Michael Jackson’s hit song “Beat It.” It’s truly unbelievable.


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Japanese Train Workers Complete The 7-Minute Miracle

323 bullet trains depart the Tokyo station in Japan every day. Each train is meticulously cleaned and prepared by a staff of efficient workers. It’s quite impressive.


L-R:Mitch Grassi, Scott Hoying, Avi Kaplan, Kirstie Maldonado and Kevin Olusola, known as Pentatonix, winners of Best arrangement, Instrumental or A Capella, for their A Cappella medley of classic Daft Punk songs, pose in the press room at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California on February 8, 2015. AFP PHOTO/FREDERIC J. BROWN        (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

Pentatonix Presents The Evolution Of Michael Jackson

Pentatonix put together a mashup of Michael Jackson’s most iconic songs, starting with the Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back,” and culminating with the 1995 hit “You Are Not Alone.”


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Carpool Karaoke With Iggy Azalea

James Corden and Iggy Azalea take to the streets of Los Angeles to sing some of her classic songs. They also make a surprise stop at a wedding shop to pick out the perfect dresses.


attends Comedy Central Night Of Too Many Stars at Beacon Theatre on February 28, 2015 in New York City.

An Emotional Jon Stewart Talks Charleston Shooting

Jon Stewart dropped the comedy on Thursday to reflect on the recent church shooting in Charleston. “I honestly have nothing, other than just sadness.”