A locomotive train made entirely out of Belgian chocolate is the centerpiece of Brussels Chocolate Week. Andrew Farrugia is the pastry chef and chocolate artist behind the 112 foot long chocolate ctrain carved out of more than a ton of chocolate.
Major Brad Boudreaux tells anchor Lisa Mullins what it's like to fly into the eye of storms like Rafael and Sandy. His missions' goal is ultimately to help determine whether evacuations on the ground are necessary.
Have you ever eaten a cocktail? Held a mouthful of juice in your hand? A team of chefs, chemists, and designers has come up with a way for you to do just that. Ari Daniel Shapiro of our partner program NOVA reports.
The World's Marco Werman reflects on the high altitude skydive being attempted by Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner and then recalls the previous record holder's near disastrous attempt 50 years ago.
Scientists trying to protect the endangered Sumatran orangutan have adopted an unusual tool for their work: Drones. These unmanned aerial vehicles are a quick and inexpensive way to monitor orangutans and their habitat.