Photographer films grenade attack– CNN iReporter Gyula Sopronyi¬†shot this disturbing video of a rocket-propelled grenade attack against rebel forces in Libya. She says the grenade was fired by pro-Gadhafi¬†forces in Ras Lanuf, where the country's largest crude-processing plant is.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/world/2011/03/15/ireport.libya.rocket.launch.cnn"%5D
Among the countless stories of devastation in Japan, there are also some amazing stories of survival. Here are a few of them:
'Looks like a bomb has gone off' – Brian Barnes was in Japan with an environmental group that protects dolphins. He was there to monitor dolphin hunts when the massive quake hit. He began rolling as the destruction began.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/world/2011/03/15/gutierrez.photog.survivor.cnn"%5D
Earth opens, shuts, gurgles – Brent Kooi explains his experience of the quake as he films the ground open and shut. Despite a seemingly composed narration, this video is anything but calm as the cracks in the earth and sidewalks gurgle up water.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/ireports/2011/03/14/irpt.japan.earthquake.cracks.ireport"%5D
Burger brawl – Imagine how much money we'd save on paying for law enforcement if there weren't so many silly crimes? But then we wouldn't have video like this to show you. Here, a disgruntled customer at Burger King lunges at an employee over a sandwich costing $1.06.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2011/03/10/bts.burger.king.brawl.wsvn"%5D
Liquor store meltdown – Smashing stuff isn't just for rock stars and two-year-olds. An angry woman acts on her impulse to smash through liquor bottles after a heated conversation with the store clerk. According to the store owners, she was told she couldn't use the store's restroom.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/bestoftv/2011/03/04/ny.liquor.smash.cnn"%5D
What's this newfangled "mouse" you speak of? – As we hear collective whines about the new iPad, we'd like to take you back to a time where there were no iPads–or "i" anythings. The year was 1984,¬†and the computer mouse made its debut on the world stage. It was large, clunky and had one giant clicker. Also making an appearance in this video, our old friend the floppy disk.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/tech/2011/03/01/vault.apple.mouse.cnn"%5D
And your hosts are... – Are they nervous? Who is funnier? We'll let them tell you.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/showbiz/2011/02/25/bts.hathaway.franco.oscars.cnn"%5D
Wayward snowboarder – This video looks like it could be pulled right from a major Hollywood action flick. But it's an actual rescue by the National Guard of a snowboarder who lost his way. And as you might expect, this snowboarder has a pretty chill attitude about the whole ordeal.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2011/02/22/or.snowboarder.rescued.kgw"%5D
Sausage thief caught in birthday suit – Next time you go rummaging through someone else's kitchen for a snack, you might want to put on some shorts. This security video became the talk of the town in a Florida retirement community when some sausage, intended for a community breakfast, went missing.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/crime/2011/02/18/dnt.fl.naked.sausage.thief.wink"%5D
Hide-and-seek¬†– CNN's Deb Feyerick takes a look at how drugs are smuggled on jets.¬† That's right. You could be sitting on thousands of dollars worth of illegal narcotics on your next flight. See more on "American Morning" on Monday.[cnn-video¬†url=http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/crime/2011/02/03/feyerick.drugs.on.planes.cnn]
Google takes on art¬†– If you can't afford to hop a plane just to stroll the halls of Versailles, then¬†Google's art project may be you. Similar to Google maps, you can now view some of the finest paintings and sculptures on the web But Ayesha Durgahee points out there are some works you just have to see in person.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/tech/2011/02/02/durgahee.google.art.project.cnn"%5D
Video makes a splash¬†– The woman who was caught on camera falling into a mall fountain while texting isn't too happy. Here, she explains how mortified she was when she found out the video went viral on Youtube.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/bestoftv/2011/01/20/am.fountain.lady.speaks.cnn"%5D
Biden speechless – Only a child destined for politics would be clever enough to steal Vice President Joe Biden's speech. Here, Oregon Sen. Ron¬†Wyden's¬†three-year-old son swipes Biden's speech and refuses to give it back until Biden brokers a deal with him for a mint. We'll be keeping an eye on you, William Wyden.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/politics/2011/01/06/biden.speech.swap.cnn"%5D
Don't touch my junk! Or look at it¬†– Instead of protesting the TSA's more intimate pat-down procedures, an Ohio man is trying to make a little coin off of them. His new line of undergarments for both men and women feature carefully placed patriotic emblems to cover your, well, you know.
Roller-journalism –¬†BackStory's Gary Tuchman hits the streets of Haiti on his inline skates. Aside from the fact that it's a great way to exercise in a potentially stressful work environment, Gary explains how¬†inline skating¬†can be a great way to snag a good story.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/international/2010/12/15/bs.tuchman.blades.cnn"%5D
Extreme Christmas cubicle – The stories about over-the-top Christmas decorations keep rolling in. The winner of a cubicle decorating contest takes decorating to a new level. This cube has everything from full antlers to an actual wood-burning stove.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/showbiz/2010/12/15/conan.video.blog.tues.tbs"%5D
'Morning Cup of Conan' redux – If you missed your "Morning Cup of Conan," we've got your Conan fix for this afternoon. Other than zits and braces, Conan does an uncanny pre-teen-style video blog post.
'Balloon boy' band? – Richard Heene is the gift that just keeps giving. In case you were living in a cave, Heene is the unforgettable dad who claimed his son was in a balloon floating high above Colorado, a stunt that turned out to be a hoax. Well, he's back with a new hair-brained idea (not involving a backscratcher). AC360 has put him where he belongs for his latest scheme: on the Rediculist.
Mad otter found dead - You may remember the first reports of otter attacks a few weeks ago when a dog was bitten by an aggressive otter. This story raised some eyebrows considering the generally friendly nature of these creatures. But then came a string of other reports that several people had been bitten.
Hard proof of this strange crime came of course in the form of a teen's cell phone video as he is chased by one very aggressive otter. Naturally, this video went viral. If you're looking for the famous mad otter, however, you may be out of luck. It was reportedly found dead in a lake.