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Make Create Innovate sees a simple invention that could dramatically reduce road resurfacing costs: self- healing asphalt.
Chaz Ebert, the widow of Roger Ebert, talks about the relationship between her husband and Gene Siskel.
The cuts represent 14% of the company's 125,000 employees and are the largest round of layoffs in the company's history.
Two bank robbery suspects and one hostage were killed when the suspects led police on an hour-long chase in California.
Microsoft CEO tells employees there will be up to 18,000 job cuts within the next year.
Clive Brunskill is one of the most famous tennis and sport photographers in the world.
The temporary humanitarian cease-fire ends as Gaza fires mortars at Israel. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
Medical student, Joshua Meier has been celebrated for his research into how aging cells could help in the fight against cancer.
Meet the two siblings who have been recognized for their pioneering work in cluster cells and fractal dimension.
Dr Sanjay Gupta finds out how curiosity was the key ingredient to unlocking the potential of four young medical pioneers.
Politicians respond to the border crisis as more lawmakers move against Obama. CNN's Michelle Kosinski reports.
Petra Kvitova and Novak Djokovic won their first Wimbledon titles in 2011. Open Court looks back at their journey.
Martin Emmrich proposed to Michaella Krajicek on court at a grass warm up event in front of an unsuspecting audience.
In 2015 Wimbledon will happen one week later than usual, giving players extra time to adapt to the grass courts.
A group of young men from Oregon are using their summer leisure time to perform extreme tricks. KGW reports.
Astronaut Michael Massimino discusses the likelihood of NASA finding forms of life on other planets.
A Florida fisherman catches a stingray while it is giving birth. CNN affiliate WINK shows you what happens next.
The United States is rolling out new sanctions against Russia for failing to take steps to end the Ukraine conflict.
New York Times Photojournalist Tyler Hicks describes the scene he captured as four boys are killed on Gaza City beach.
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