• Large Supercell Seen Near Colorado-Kansas Border
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    Large Supercell Seen Near Colorado-Kansas Border

    A large supercell was seen over Burlington, near the Colorado-Kansas border, on Sunday, May 27. Storm chaser Francis Lavigne-Theriault called the huge storm a “mothership” for its looming alien appearance. Denver-based 9NEWS said a tornado warning was issued for the area, while the National Weather Service

  • Severe flooding strikes Balitmore suburb
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    Severe flooding strikes Balitmore suburb

    Heavy rain and severe flooding makes streets in Ellicott City, Maryland look like a river. No reporter narration.

  • Companies release gender pay gap figures
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    Companies release gender pay gap figures

    Companies with more than 250 employees have until midnight tonight to reveal the gap between the average hourly rate paid to male and female employees.

  • Child With Chocolate-Covered Face Denies Eating Cake
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    Child With Chocolate-Covered Face Denies Eating Cake

    Three-year-old Juliet couldn’t quite wait for her mother’s birthday party to start before taking a bite of the cake. Juliet then announced that she needed to wash her hands, but rather unconvincingly denied having eaten any cake at all. Credit: Tori Weatherford via Storyful

  • Ellicott City Floods Sweep Away Cars
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    Ellicott City Floods Sweep Away Cars

    A flash flood emergency was issued for Ellicott City, Maryland, as water rushed down the city’s main street on Sunday, May 27. Multiple water rescues had been reported, the National Weather Service said . This video captured by Jenny Royal shows a car floating along Frederick Road, which was submerged

  • Bubbling Lava Rises Over Hawaii's Leilani Estates
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    Bubbling Lava Rises Over Hawaii's Leilani Estates

    The Hawaii National Guard escorted members of the media into Leilani Estates on Saturday, May 26 to witness the lava flows that have destroyed scores of homes in the Big Island community. According to Hawaii Tribune Herald , lava has destroyed 41 homes and covered over 2,200 acres of land since the Kilauea

  • Cute Baby Offers 'Advice' on Choosing Coffee or Red Bull
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    Cute Baby Offers 'Advice' on Choosing Coffee or Red Bull

    David Freiheit asked his baby son the ultimate question: Red Bull or coffee? The baby’s answers were at first unintelligible, until he finally gave a surprising response! Credit: David Freiheit via Storyful

  • Man Arrested for Driving at Police on New York's Dyckman Street
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    Man Arrested for Driving at Police on New York's Dyckman Street

    At least three police officers were injured in a incident, where a 27-year-old man drove towards them before trying to escape on Henry Hudson Parkway in the early hours of Saturday, May 26. Video from Instagram user @wc.visuals shows police in a confrontation with the man, when he revs the engine, collides

  • Passersby Rescues Driver Stranded in Northampton Floodwaters
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    Passersby Rescues Driver Stranded in Northampton Floodwaters

    A passersby came to the rescue of a driver stranded in floodwaters in Northampton, England, on Sunday, May 27. The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for southern central England and parts of Wales as storms brought dramatic lightning storms, hail and flooding to many areas. Credit: pro_bungee

  • George H.W. Bush back in the hospital -officials
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    George H.W. Bush back in the hospital -officials

    Officials say former U.S. President George H.W. Bush is back in the hospital. Nathan Frandino has more on the 41st president's health.

  • Florida Surfer Saves Bird in Ocean as Alberto Heads for Gulf Coast
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    Florida Surfer Saves Bird in Ocean as Alberto Heads for Gulf Coast

    A surfer rescued a bird from the water off the coast of Venice, Florida, on Sunday, May 27, as Storm Alberto traveled north west of the Florida coast. ‎Nicole Fulwiler‎, who took this video, said she and her children went to see the surf with the storm and were watching the surfers when they noticed

  • Motorcycles roll through DC for missing veterans
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    Motorcycles roll through DC for missing veterans

    The rumble of motorcycle engines filled the air in Washington, D.C. on Sunday for the 31st annual Rolling Thunder rally to raise awareness of U.S. military personnel missing in action. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • Trump on Kim Jong Un summit: 'It will happen!'
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    Trump on Kim Jong Un summit: 'It will happen!'

    American and North Korean officials met at the border between North and South Korea on Sunday in preparation for a possible North Korea-U.S. summit, as North Korea’s Kim Jong Un was cited as reaffirming his commitment to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump. Chris Dignam reports.

  • Hawaii Resident Captures Fissure Burst in Leilani Estates, Hawaii
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    Hawaii Resident Captures Fissure Burst in Leilani Estates, Hawaii

    A Hawaiian resident captured the Kilauea fissure 6 burst in the Leilani Estates subdivision on May 24. Big Island Now said lava flowing from fissures 6 and 13 feed lava into a channel that reached the coast making a second ocean entry. Credit: Eppixadventures via Storyful

  • Electric storm lights up London landmarks
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    Electric storm lights up London landmarks

    Thunderstorms and lightning lit up the capital's skies on Saturday night, with the stormy weather set to continue into next week.

  • Motorcycles rumble through Washington in honor of missing veterans
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    Motorcycles rumble through Washington in honor of missing veterans

    The rumble of motorcycle engines filled the air in Washington on Sunday (May 27) as thousands of bikers paraded around the National Mall for the 31st annual Rolling Thunder rally to raise awareness of U.S. military personnel missing in action.

  • Flash Flooding Hits South Staffordshire During Weekend Storms
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    Flash Flooding Hits South Staffordshire During Weekend Storms

    Neighborhoods were flooded across Birmingham, England, on Sunday, May 27, as storms swept through the region. The Environment Agency issued multiple flood warnings and alerts across the area, according to reports , and officials were warning for residents to not drive. Credit: Kieran Wiltshire via Storyful

  • Livestream Captures Lava Fountain From Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano
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    Livestream Captures Lava Fountain From Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano

    Livestream video captured active lava from Hawaii’s Kilauea in lower Puna, Hawaii, on May 27. The lava fountains in the lower east rift zone are up to 150 feet high, according to the USGS . The Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency said residents should avoid the area due to the increase of volcanic gases

  • Real Madrid celebrates win at Cibeles Fountain
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    Real Madrid celebrates win at Cibeles Fountain

    Real Madrid celebrated their third consecutive Champions League title with an open-top bus parade through the Spanish capital on Sunday. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • Storm Alberto Causes Beach Erosion in Longboat Key, Florida
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    Storm Alberto Causes Beach Erosion in Longboat Key, Florida

    Subtropical Storm Alberto pushed north along the western coast of Florida on Sunday, May 27, churning up the ocean and creating beach erosion. Some tropical storm warnings remained in effect on Florida’s west coast, but some had been lifted, a news report said . The storm’s top wind speed was 50 miles

  • Colombians go to polls with peace deal at stake
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    Colombians go to polls with peace deal at stake

    A presidential election is underway in Colombia, where a fragile peace deal with the FARC rebel group is at stake. Nathan Frandino reports.

  • Ex-Italy PM: 'The EU is not the enemy'
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    Ex-Italy PM: 'The EU is not the enemy'

    Former Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti has told the incoming government in Italy not to treat the EU as the enemy.