If you're easily grossed out or squeamish by the mere mention of words like poop, poo or dung, you've officially been warned. Today's Gotta Watch is all about that and it's inspired by a Chinese businessman whose livelihood thrives on crap. The thought of willingly consuming this excrement probably hasn't crossed your mind a whole lot, but there are people who choose to offer up quite a bit of money for it. Would you pay to consume something made with poop? Sound off below.
Check out this video to see how panda poo tea is made and find out why people will pay $200 per cup.
You've gotta watch this video to find out how coffee is made from exotic cat poop.
A powerful storm system rolled across the U.S. Friday causing at slew of tornadoes from Alabama to Indiana. The deadly tornadoes left a devastating path of destruction behind. This is something you'll have to see to believe.
A woman near West Liberty, Kentucky can be heard praying on camera as a huge funnel cloud forms over her house.
A WDRB reporter and photographer got caught in the storm as they headed out to cover the severe weather in Indiana.
Indiana was among the hardest-hit states.
Video captures the heartbreak as tornado survivors try and pick up the pieces from what's left of their homes.
Dr.Seuss was born on March 2, 1904. He gave us stories like "The Lorax," "The Cat in the Hat" and much more. Theodor Seuss Geisel wrote books for all ages, with whimsical characters, rhyming and new phrases. Between a Grinch who stole Christmas, Sneetches and Thneeds, Dr. Seuss had an impact that all generations can see. So whether its "Green Eggs and Ham" or "Horton Hears a Who" we want to wish a very happy 108th birthday to you!
TheTruffula trees come to life and roam free in this sneak peak of ‘The Lorax’ that’s playing in 3D.
One man found a collection of Dr. Seuss stories that are new. It’s amazing what a bit of sleuthing can do.
In 2004 you didn’t have to look far. Dr. Seuss finally got his Hollywood star.
You can also check out our education blog to learn about Read Across America Day, which takes place today.
On June 21, 2011, former Utah Governor and U.S.ambassador to China Jon Hunstman announced his candidacy for president. He began his campaign in Liberty State Park, the same place where Ronald Reagan announced his bid for president in 1980. Over the past several months, the moderate conservative traveled across the country to tout his tax plan and foreign policy views. However, his campaign never really got the momentum he needed. Huntsman finished last in the Iowa caucus and third in the New Hampshire primary. Despite the endorsement by South Carolina's largest newspaper, Huntsman decided it was time to end his campaign and back one of his rivals. Today's Gotta Watch features a look back at Huntsman's campaign, his feisty exchanges with Mitt Romney and the end of his bid for the White House.
Bad-mouthing Mitt - During his campaign, Huntsman attacked Romney on everything from tax policy to health care to his views on China.
A message for Mitt - During his campaign, Huntsman sent a message to Romney, the winner of the Iowa caucuses. "Welcome to New Hampshire. Nobody cares." That, and a nod to the Grateful Dead, were some of the more memorable highlights from his run for the GOP nomination.
To quit and endorse Mitt - In the end, Huntsman decided he shouldn't continue on, and suspended his campaign. And, despite their "differences," Huntsman gave Romney his endorsement.
We've posted a lot of videos on CNN.com this year, but the ones that seem to be the most popular are the viral videos. From the hilarious barking cat to the incredibly talented mini-Nicki Minaj, 2011 has been jam-packed with some incredibly amusing videos. In the spirit of the end of the year, we at Gotta Watch put together the four most-watched viral videos on CNN.com in 2011. Enjoy!
Rejection is funny - This video out of Missouri proves that laughing truly is contagious. A letter that would make most of us mad seems to have a very different effect on a little boy.
Today, HLN says goodbye to one of it's most entertaining programs, "The Joy Behar Show." We will definitely miss Joy's infamous, and often hilarious interviews with celebrities, politicians and media figures. In honor of the show's last day, we decided to put together a list of our all-time favorite clips. Catch Joy's final farewell tonight at 10 p.m. ET on HLN with special guest Steve Martin.
Who’s Joy Behar? – Comedian Gilbert Gottfried tears Joy up over her show ending. You can even hear the show's crew cracking up off-camera.
Politicians need to be prepared for pretty much anything. Between the tabloids and reporters – every bit of what they say is scrutinized. There are always going to be moments when politicians get caught off guard by the people they expect the least. You've gotta watch what happens when kids stump politicians on the tough questions starting with an incident between Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann and a teenager.
Teen vs. presidential candidate – Bachmann is questioned by a high school student about her stance on same-sex marriage at a town hall meeting in Iowa. Watch the testy exchange as she just won't let up. See the full video from iReporter Anelia Dimitrova here.
It's a day that shocked the sports world and changed the course of NBA history. Nov. 7, 1991, 20 years ago today, NBA superstar Earvin "Magic" Johnson told the world that he contracted the HIV virus and was retiring from basketball. At the time, Magic's announcement seemed like a death sentence, especially because people had so many misconceptions about HIV and AIDS. In the years following his diagnosis, Johnson has become the face of HIV and an advocate for safe sex. Today we look back at the day that changed Magic Johnson's career and the way the world viewed HIV.
There is no doubt that planning a wedding takes a lot of time and effort. You've got to make your guest list, hire a caterer, get flowers and decorations, order the cake, the list just goes on and on. That said, a lot can definitely go wrong at a wedding, and sometimes you can't do a darn thing about it. How about getting married in a dust storm for instance? Today's gotta watch is all about wedding disasters, and the video topping our favorites list involves a bride, a groom and an unwelcome guest named "Haboob."
Really dirty wedding crasher - A couple in Arizona got more than they bargained for when they tried to say their "I Dos." You've really gotta watch what happened when a major dust storm rolled in during the middle of the ceremony.
A political debate isn't a good one without a few awkward and fiery moments. Tuesday night's Western Republican Presidential Debate in Las Vegas was certainly no exception. The candidates clashed over all kinds of hot button issues like taxes and health care. In today's Gotta Watch, we wanted to feature some of our best political debate smackdowns, starting with arguably the most heated exchange from the Vegas debate between Mitt Romney and Gov. Rick Perry.
Gloves come off - It's a really awkward exchange that includes a lot of yelling, bickering and even a condescending pat on the shoulder. Watch what ensues after Gov. Rick Perry accuses Mitt Romney of hiring illegal immigrants.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of a rescue that captivated the world's attention. On October 13, 2010, the world watched as 33 miners were brought to the surface in Chile after spending 69 days trapped more than 2,000 feet below ground. In honor of this momentous and incredible rescue, we at Gotta Watch put together videos from other big news making rescues that we couldn't help but watch every step of the way.
Miners finally see daylight - They spent 69 days in the bowels of the earth, trapped deep below the surface. For 17 days, nobody knew that the 33 men were alive after the San Jose Mine caved in. The miraculous rescue of these miners made headlines around the world. People around the globe celebrated as each and every miner was brought to safety and waited anxiously in hopes that the next miner would make it up alive. Here's your chance to relive the powerful moments from that rescue, starting from the first miner all the way to the last.
Animals can be pets, but sometimes it's hard to remember that animals are, well, animals. Take this video of a turkey for instance. It may look sweet and harmless, until it starts chasing a TV producer, leaving her screaming for help. In the spirit of this hilarious video of a wild turkey, we at Gotta Watch put together a few of our favorite videos featuring animals chasing people. Check out what happens when animals attack.
Turkey's fowl play - This is possibly one of the funniest videos between a television news producer and a turkey. You've gotta watch how this seemingly docile turkey chases her....and how it all ends.
It's a long-standing tradition that championship-winning sports teams get invited to the White House. The Super Bowl 20-winning Chicago Bears are no exception. In 1986, the Bears were scheduled to meet President Ronald Reagan at the White House to celebrate their big victory. However, just days after the championship, space shuttle Challenger blew up and their trip got cancelled. Today, 25 years after their scheduled visit, that Chicago Bears team is finally going to the White House. In honor of this long-awaited and well-deserved honor, we at Gotta Watch put together some videos of people who had to wait a long time to get something. While waiting may be the hardest part, some rewards are worth waiting for.
A piece of her late father - It's not often that people leave messages for their loved ones in a bottle and toss it in the sea. It's even less often that a person receives that message five decades later. Check out the story of a New Hampshire woman who, through a strange turn of events, is reunited with a note from her late father.
Sometimes after a long work week, there's just nothing better than kicking back, relaxing and watching some downright dirty fight videos. The problem is, there are so many of these videos, it's hard to pick which ones are the best. Here are just a few brawl videos you've gotta watch...starting with one that was newly released of some Florida high school football players throwing some serious punches at the end of a game.
Post-game punches - You'd think they would have got their aggression out during the game, but two high school football teams in Florida felt otherwise. Check out the video that got a number of students suspended from the teams.
It's an artistic technique that allows you to fast-forward through time and it's absolutely fascinating to watch. We're talking about time-lapse photography. This simple art of taking images every second over an extended period of time and then replaying the images in normal speed creates a feeling of moving through time. Today's Gotta Watch features some of our favorite time-lapse videos, inspired by a video we posted Tuesday that shows an incredible view of the Northern Lights in Denmark. In case you missed it, the video is at the end of this post.
Around the earth in 1 minute - Take a trip around planet Earth thanks to time-lapse video of 600 stitched-together photos from NASA's astronaut photo database. It's certainly a view that puts maps to shame.
Politicians provide comedians with plenty of material. Back in June, the "Weinergate Scandal" had every comedian talking. Now, the jokes are coming from the GOP presidential debates. "Saturday Night Live" has a long history of bashing politicians so here are some of our favorite "SNL" political parodies that you've just gotta watch.
Meet the GOP candidates - Over the weekend, "SNL" introduced you to the GOP presidential candidates on the show's season opener.
Their talents are weird, crazy and in some cases simply unbelievable. And they can all be found in one book. We're talking about the Guinness Book of World Records. The 2012 edition launches this week, so today's Gotta Watch features videos of some of our all-time favorite record holders.
This year's new talent – From jumping dogs to long tongues and huge afros, here's your chance to meet some of this year's newest additions to the Guinness Book of World Records.
It's Labor Day, a day that honors all the contributions workers make to the well-being of the United States. For many of you, Labor Day is a work-free holiday. So, while you're out enjoying your barbecues and last days of Summer, we thought we would bring back some videos that highlight some less than exemplary members of the workforce.
Curse-and-slide technique - It's almost impossible to forget the infamous JetBlue flight attendant who gained notoriety in 2010 for his ability to quit in truly spectacular fashion. Forget giving two-week notice. This guy cursed out a customer, grabbed a beer and slid down the emergency chute.
In 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court declared all laws establishing segrated schools unconstitutional. That meant African-American students could legally attend all-white schools. By 1957, the NAACP registered a group of nine black students to attend Little Rock Central High School in Arkansas. The school board agreed to comply with the 1954 ruling and approved a plan for gradual integration that would start that school year.
On September 4, that group of students, later nicknamed the "Little Rock 9," attempted to enter Central High on the first day of school, but a crowd of angry students and hundreds of National Guardsmen blocked them from entering. The incident grabbed national attention - and the attention of President Eisenhower. As a result, the nine students attended the school under federal protection, opening the door for black students across the country. In today's Gotta Watch, we're featuring highlights from that historic day and reaction from the Little Rock 9 as they look back on their experiences three decades later.
A day that changed history – Take a look at this historical footage from the very day the so-called Little Rock 9 were blocked from entering their school.
It's a day that music fans around the world will remember. On June 25, 2009, legendary pop icon Michael Jackson died. The 50-year-old "King of Pop" suffered cardiac arrest at his residence and died hours later. There is no doubt Jackson had a profound influence on the music industry. His show-stopping dance moves and best-selling albums made him one of the most popular artists of all time. In honor of Michael Jackson's memory we at Gotta Watch put together some videos from the day Michael Jackson died.