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  • The hydroptere, a 'flying boat' out to set sailing speed records

    The hydroptere, a 'flying boat' out to set sailing speed records

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    The hydroptere, a 'flying boat' out to set sailing speed records

    The "hydroptère" is almost a hybrid between a boat and a plane. Its crew is set to try to beat a speed record between Los Angeles and Hawaii to raise awareness of climate change. Duration: 02:11 …

  • Birds Cleaned After Calif. Oil Spill

    Birds Cleaned After Calif. Oil Spill

    Associated Press Videos
    Birds Cleaned After Calif. Oil Spill

    Veterinarians in Los Angeles are cleaning six pelicans that were found covered in oil following a spill in California that has leaked more than 100 thousand gallons along the coast near Santa Barbara. (May 22) …

  • Clashes in Mali as U.N. investigates reports of executions, abuses

    Clashes in Mali as U.N. investigates reports of executions, abuses

    Reuters Videos
    Clashes in Mali as U.N. investigates reports of executions, abuses

    Clashes between Tuareg rebels and pro-government militias continue in northern Mali as the U.N. investigates reports of human rights abuses. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). …

  • AP Top Stories May 22 P

    AP Top Stories May 22 P

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    AP Top Stories May 22 P

    Here are the top stories for Friday, May 22nd: State Department releases nearly 300 Clinton emails; Obama says 'America has Israel's back;' Bad weather slows Calif. oil spill clean-up; Biden delivers remarks at U.S. Naval Academy. …

  • FCC Chair Assures Cable Bosses He's Open to Mergers

    FCC Chair Assures Cable Bosses He's Open to Mergers

    Bloomberg Videos
    FCC Chair Assures Cable Bosses He's Open to Mergers

    May 22 -- FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler called the heads of Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications to dispel notions that industry mergers won’t be approved by regulators, a person with knowledge of the calls said. Bloomberg's Emily Chang has more on "Bloomberg West." …