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Are Bert and Ernie Gay? Does it matter?
A new debate about the relationship status of Sesame Street's Ernie and Bert has taken off on social media following a statement by Mark Saltzman, the writer behind both characters, saying that he based them on his own gay relatio
Unlocking secrets of sea level rise in Greenland
Reuters photographer Lucas Jackson recently captured an iceberg -- the size of lower Manhattan -- breaking off from Greenland's Helheim Glacier. This rarely seen calving event gives an insight into the processes scientists are stu
British artist crafts new portraits from old technology
Artist Nick Gentry turns vintage data storage into portraits and sculptures
Teen pilot lands plane after losing wheel
17-year-old student pilot Maggie Taraska is still coming down to earth after a hair-raising maiden solo flight on Sunday. Shortly after take-off, Maggie had to land again - with one wheel missing.
Cuban vendors sell through song
Cuban street vendors have brought back the pregon, the art of singing to pitch the goods they're selling. Fred Katayama reports.
INSIGHT: Abandoned baby flamingos learn to walk
Baby flamingos, who have been abandoned by their parents, are being trained to walk by their keepers in Prague zoo. The abandoned chicks are taken for daily walks around the zoo, helping them to become socialized so that they will
On a swing and a run at the British Open Speedgolf Championships
Professional and amateur golfers are judged on the amount of time taken to complete the course - as well as how many shots they take. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Underwater archaeologists make way for Israel's deep-sea gas pipeline
A team of scuba divers have been scouring the seabed where the Leviathan pipeline will be developed, in a bid to preserve relics from the 5,000 year old port of Dor 75 miles off the northern coast of Israel.
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A brain disease best known for impacting football players who suffered concussions is now being found in soldiers
Inside MIT's 'Future Factory'
For more than 30 years, MIT has been recruiting people with crazy ideas to work in their Media Lab, where life-changing inventions are created. 60 Minutes got a peek at what they're working on now
The Theranos deception
How a company with a blood-testing machine that could never perform as touted went from billion-dollar baby to complete bust
Scientists seek veterans to help treat CTE
Researchers are trying to prevent and treat CTE, the brain disease caused by repetitive head trauma – including combat blasts. Here's how vets can help
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Aly Raisman
The gold medalist talks about the trials -- and triumphs -- of her gymnastics career
The clones of polo
The horses of an Argentine polo club may look normal, but the way they came into existence is anything but conventional
Behind the Aly Raisman interview
Why Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman decided to go public with sexual abuse allegations and how to talk to kids about preventing it
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