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VIDEO: How robots will shape the future
Robots could revolutionize everything from learning to fitness. Tech reporter Rich DeMuro shows how companies are using robots to shape the future.
VIDEO: Camera mounted on WTC spire captures installation
A GoPro camera shows the spire as it is permanently installed atop One World Trade Center on Friday, bringing the New York City structure to its symbolic height of 1,776 feet.
VIDEO: Angelina Jolie undergoes double mastectomy
KTLA's Jennifer Gould live from Beverly Hills with more on what Jolie is saying, how celebrities are reacting, and what women should know about the procedure.
VIDEO: Space station astronaut makes music video
How do you pass the time when you're in orbit 230 miles above the Earth's surface? Make a music video, of course. Commander Chris Hadfield on the International Space Station recorded this revised cover of David Bowie's "Space Oddity."
VIDEO: Brothers of Ariel Castro speak out
Ariel Castro's two brothers speak to CNN's Martin Savidge for the first time since their arrest and release.
VIDEO: Student's rant admonishing teacher goes viral
Watch this viral video of a student being kicked out of class and chastising his teacher for her usage of "packets."
VIDEO: Survivor pulled from Bangladesh building rubble
As the number of dead from the collapse of a garment factory building in Bangladesh soars past 1,000, there's a remarkable story of survival. A woman was found alive today in the wreckage of the building.
VIDEO: Convicted Killer Jodi Arias placed on suicide watch
After months of twists and turns in a dramatic trial rife with sex, lies and digital images, an Arizona jury Wednesday found Jodi Arias guilty of first-degree murder in the slaying of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander.
VIDEO: Jury finds Jodi Arias guilty of murder
An Arizona jury Wednesday found Jodi Arias guilty of first-degree murder for killing Travis Alexander in June 2008.
VIDEO: Elizabeth Smart's advice for rescued Ohio women
The discovery of three women in a Cleveland home who all had gone missing separately about a decade ago brings to mind cases of abductions elsewhere. Elizabeth Smart says she is elated by the women's rescue.
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