Two dozen goats eat their way through Riverside Park to help clear out invasive plants
"It's like an all you can eat buffet. It's the ultimate farm to table," says Riverside Park Conservancy. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Winning by a whisker: moustache and beard fans compete in World Championship
Moustache and beard aficionados from around the world competed in Antwerp on Saturday (May 18) in the World Beard and Moustache Championship, proudly displaying their sometimes extravagant facial hair styles. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

The Pelosi clap is back
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi joked with Georgetown students in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, where she said "don't worry" if you missed President Trump's February State of the Union address. She summed it up with her distinctive clap that went viral. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Texas partial dam collapse captured on video
Surveillance video captured a partial collapse of the old Dunlap dam near New Braunfels, Texas along the Guadalupe river on Tuesday. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Bolt unveils new electric scooter model in Paris
Co-founder of Bolt mobility and eight-times Olympic champion Usain Bolt unveiled a new brand of electric scooters in the French capital on Wednesday, which will compete with nine other companies - including California-based market leaders Lime and Bird - already operating in Paris. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Polish, Australian natives win Empire State stair race
Poland's Piotr Lobodzinski won the men's race to the top of New York's Empire State Building in just 10 minutes 6 seconds, while Australia's Suzy Walsham, who now resides in Singapore, made history with her tenth win at the New York landmark. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Georgia's ex-president swaps politics for Airbnb
Former presidents often take to the lucrative global lecture circuit, join the boards of major corporations, or set up their own foundations. Georgia's low key ex-president has taken a different path: becoming an Airbnb landlord.

Trumps thank military moms ahead of Mother's Day
U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania on Friday thanked moms who raised children who now serve in the U.S. armed forces ahead of this Mother's Day. Rough Cut (no report narration).

Chinese-Americans look back at railroad 150 years on
Connie Young Yu speaks of the "fortitude' and "common goal" of the Chinese, including her great-grandfather, who built the U.S. Transcontinental Railroad 150 years ago. She calls it a "wonderful chapter of American history." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Mystery surrounds massive Bel Air gun bust
Authorities seized more than 1,000 guns and piles of ammunition from a ritzy Bel Air mansion on Wednesday and arrested a man on allegations he was selling weapons illegally. Gavino Garay has the story.

This Day in History

Girolamo Savonarola Executed for Heresy (1498)
Savonarola was an Italian preacher and religious reformer. After the overthrow of the Medici family, he became the ruler of Florence, setting up a democratic but severely puritanical government. He was opposed by the allies of the Medici and by Pope Alexander VI, who attempted to restrain Savonarola's unusual interpretations of scripture and his claim of prophecy. He was tried, convicted of heresy, and hanged. His government was known for its "bonfire of the vanities," which was what? Discuss

Pac-Man Arcade Game Released (1980)
First released in Japan in 1980, Pac-Man went on to become one of the most famous arcade games of all time. Developed by Namco video game designer Toru Iwatani, the game became an icon of 80s pop culture and is often credited with being a landmark in video game history. For the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man in 2010, Google turned its homepage logo into a fully playable version of the game. How much productivity did businesses reportedly lose from employees playing the game?

Island of Saint Helena Discovered (1502)
The uninhabited island of St. Helena was discovered by Portuguese navigator João da Nova in the eastern South Atlantic, 1,200 mi (1,931 km) west of Africa. It became a port of call for ships sailing between Europe and the East Indies and was annexed by the British East India Company in 1659. Because of the island's remoteness, when the British exiled Napoleon Bonaparte in 1815, he was sent there. It became a British crown colony in 1834, but its importance declined after what was opened in 1869?