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Paralympian makes cross-country trip all about beating the odds
Saturday, Ryan Chalmers will arrive in New York City's Central Park after a 3,000 mile trek across the country that took 71 days. Chalmers cycled the whole way up mountains, and through America's cities using only his arms. Elaine Quijano reports on this remarkable ride.
Elisabeth Moss 9 Dances in 60 Seconds
Elisabeth Moss was on “Ellen” Thursday and we learned that she is obsessed with the game “Heads Up.”
'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Trailer
X-Men will be back May 23.
No more Facebook? Mark Zuckerberg has a vision says Ben Horowitz
Two years after Facebook’s tumultuous IPO the company has found success once more with strong financials and an ever-growing user base. Nearly one-fifth of time Americans spend on their smartphones is spent using Facebook and the company has been successful in its acquisitions of Instagram (for $1 billion), Whatsapp ($19 billion) and virtual reality platform Oculus ($2 billion).
Captain Abandons Ferry That Sunk Off South Korea
Rescuers still searching for missing passengers, captain expresses shame for his actions.
How to put a Mustang on the Empire State Building
For the 50th anniversary of the launch of the Ford Mustang, the company recreates the publicity stunt of the era — shipping a new Mustang up to the Empire State Building's observation deck.
How to Fix a Flat with Lance Armstrong
Cycling’s most infamous rider has been looking for work lately. We caught up with him at his latest bike-shop gig to hear a few pointers about what to do when you break down. (video courtesy Outside Magazine, http://www.outsideonline.com)
Mattel reports a loss; Chipotle beats revenue
Leigh Drogen, CEO of Estimize, join Breakout host Jeff Macke and Lauren Lyster to discuss the Mattel's and Chipotle's quarterly reports.
Rare Video Shows People Riding Dangerous, Legendary Loop-The-Loop Waterslide
There's many crazy stories from Action Park, but until now there was no video of the slide being ridden.
Two Friends Make a Big Difference For Their School
Ellen surprises 8-year-old students Gabbie and Alice after the kind act they did for their classmates.