For some of us, learning another language is on our bucket list. But reporter Natalia Martinez found one young man who's already got several languages under his belt. And he's only in the 6th grade! Mohamed Nashaz has blown his teachers away with his ability not only to learn, but also to help others.
Watchdog group objects to simplistic design and high cost of new Tennessee state logo. Jeremy Finley has more.
35 years ago, a legend was born. "Pac-man" made its debut in Japanese arcades. Three-and-a-half decades and billions of glowing dots later, the yellow gaming icon has appeared in more than 70 titles. Chris Boyette takes a look at the colorful history of Pac-man!
A five-year-old boy wasn't ashamed to help a stranger. In fact, his gesture created quite the stir at an Alabama waffle house. Bryan Henry has the story.
A Wichita father goes on a car chase, after his daughter's car is stolen. He said he happened to be heading home when he spotted his daughter's car. That's when he decided to take the law into his own hands. He says now looking back, he probably shouldn't have followed that car, but at the time, all he cared about was getting his daughter's car back. Akeam Ashford reports.
London has a new pop-up cafe that's offering breakfast, and better sleep. if you want to visit, you'd better make a reservation soon. Tige Enright has more.
For sale: one husband. That's what a Florida woman posted on Facebook, after her husband did the unthinkable. He forget that this past Sunday was Mother's Day. Jason Hackett explains.
California is in the middle of one of its most historic droughts. And with mandatory water reductions in place -- it's nearly impossible to water a lawn. So, one Sacramento man has come up with a way to make California lawns green, even in the midst of a devastating drought.
It's a stunt so stunning, you'll feel like you've strapped on wings and came along for the ride. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the story of a daring duo wearing jetpacks that pack a punch.
The latest royal baby gets a name fit for a princess, not to mention a Sex and the City star, and a spider known for a legendary web. CNN's Jeanne Moos plays name that princess.
A bride and groom were enjoying a picture-perfect ceremony in Malibu, California when a rescue helicopter crashed the wedding. Cynthia Newsome has the story.
An Alabama couple is offering you a free house and farm, the mortgage paid-off, and everything you need to start up a goat cheese company. All you need is the perfect words to win them over. Heather Mathis explains.
For those who live in the city but are fans of fresh eggs and farm living, a company is offering some people the chance to get eggs right from the natural supplier. Elise Finch explains.
A Tennessee father had a unique way of keeping an eye on his daughter, after he decided to let her walk to school on her own. Lauren Davis reports on how he literally became a hovering dad.
Love was in the air at this year's Boston Marathon. One runner had a sparkly gift waiting for his fiancé at the finish line, while another runner almost lost his sparkle for good. Katie Brace has their stories.
A wild scene played out in Manhattan when a coyote was spotted in a park in Chelsea. A.J. Ross has more on the chase to catch the animal.
A mother's reaction to the gender of her unborn child goes viral, and after having six boys, you can understand why. Jeanne Moos has details. w
Call it Goldilocks in reverse. A Florida homeowner woke up to find a black bear in her kitchen last week. He enjoyed a sweet treat, then showed up again on Saturday. Bryan Anderson visited the neighborhood.
Just about everybody loves Lucille Ball in her hometown of Celeron, New York. But not everyone is in love with a statue that was built in her honor in a local park. Justin Carter has more on the artwork that's been generating some nationwide buzz.
Have you ever been in the middle of a tough task, only to say "I can't do it"? Conny Cooper introduces us to a couple that will make you think twice about your limits.