Could planes with no moving parts take off?
The first ever plane to get off the ground with no moving parts, built by researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has successfully completed flight tests, as Jim Drury reports.

Clean up the environment: drive a hydrogen fuel cell car
Driving through a congested city in the latest electric car powered by hydrogen and a fuel cell, will leave the air cleaner than if you'd left the car at home, according to South Korean car giant Hyundai. Stuart McDill reports.

China sees a business in cloning man's best friend
Juice is a one-foot tall canine wonder, having starred in dozens of Chinese film and television productions, and as he gets older and his illustrious career peaks, his master has one wish for the mutt - live on. Maybe forever. Grace Lee reports.

Facebook finds bug exposing users' photos
Facebook said on Friday it has discovered a bug that may have affected up to 6.8 million people who used Facebook login to grant permission to third-party apps to access photos.

Exercising to help the environment while improving your health
A franchise of gyms in London use energy-generating spin bikes to give electricity back to the grid. It's just one of the ways that daily exercise can incorporate eco-friendly behaviour - as Katie Gregory has been finding out.

Paul, Ringo and Ronnie rock the O2 in London
With a little help from his friends – Paul McCartney rocks London O2 with fellow Beatle Ringo Starr and Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

'Who would be the stupidest person America could elect president?'
Actors and producers of 'The Simpsons' mark 30 years of series at Empire State Building and reflect on prediction of Donald Trump as president and impact of hit series. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Jeff Bridges to be honored at Golden Globes
Oscar-winning actor Jeff Bridges to be honored at Golden Globes with a lifetime achievement award. Simon Thompson reports.

Paul McCartney rocks out on stage in London
At 76-years-old Paul McCartney rocked on the stage in London on Sunday (December 16) playing classic hits including Hard Days Night and All My Loving. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Philip Colbert updates pop art for the digital age in new show
The artist and designer, whose surrealist clothes have been worn by Lady Gaga and Rita Ora, brings pop art back to British painting with a new show that comments on consumerist culture, climate change and our appetite for social media. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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The best of ancient Egypt
Like the legendary curse of the mummy, ancient Egypt refuses to stay buried in the past. Every so often it comes back to life -- in the 1920s with the discovery of King Tut's tomb; in the 1970s with the global tour of those golden masks; and most recently with a flurry of astonishing discoveries using 21st-century archaeological techniques.

Best new cruise ships for 2019
The cruise boom is continuing full steam ahead into 2019, with plenty of new ships -- piled high with innovations -- lined up to sail the seven seas.

The longest-range business jet ever

The hot new island-hopping destination
More than 200 islands dot the waters around Abu Dhabi, offering everything from luxury safaris to quiet beaches. Here's what you need to know.

Best new restaurants of 2018
Whether you're choosing a place to dine while traveling or in your hometown, The Infatuation is the most useful online restaurant guide in the game.

'Who would be the stupidest person America could elect president?'
Actors and producers of 'The Simpsons' mark 30 years of series at Empire State Building and reflect on prediction of Donald Trump as president and impact of hit series. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Bakers vie for victory in Stockholm gingerbread competition
Six-sided gingerbread house with marzipan elves triumphs over rivals at Swedish bake-off. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Santa rappels down a skyscraper to deliver gifts to Berlin children
Santa Claus surprises children in Berlin by climbing down a 25-storey tower to deliver presents. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

Brazilian app turns trash into cash
A new Brazilian trash disposal app called 'Cataki', which has been referred to by some as the 'Uber for trash', allows homes and business take out the trash as needed, while combating Brazil's poverty problem. Gavino Garay reports.

Temple elephants get pampered at rejuvenation camp
The elephants are given baths, decorated, fed herbs and fruit and given a health check-up, all aimed at reducing stress levels. Rough cut (no reporter narration).