This home in Bel Air, Md., features decorative Christmas lights with a special talent - it can "dance" to music. This video shows it synced with one of the year's biggest hits, "Call Me Maybe."
VIDEO: How the Boston bombing will change future marathons
The Boston Marathon is more than a century old, and has always been one of America's premiere road races. "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger takes a look at this great event, which has been changed forever.
VIDEO: Georgia high schoolers catch great white shark
A group of Georgia high schoolers caught a great white shark off Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
VIDEO: Mass. inventors create pen that writes in 3D
Two Somerville, Mass., inventors have designed a new tool that creates drawings and doodles in 3D.
VIDEO: Conn. lawmakers pass gun control law
Connecticut lawmakers have approved wide-ranging legislation in response to last year's deadly school shooting in Newtown, including gun control measures that ban the sales of large-capacity ammunition magazines and more than 100 weapons.
The cost of raising a child, from birth to age 17
Before jumping into parenting, consider these numbers on the cost of raising a child, including the cost of food, clothing and school.
Wells receives OHCE Member of the Year
The Rogers County Home and Community Education held their annual awards dinner for OHCE groups and group members Monday evening at Claremore Assembly of God church. The “Viva Italia” dinner included entertainment from Rogers County 4-H members and recognition of new members.
VIDEO: Iowa woman gives birth during traffic stop
A couple delivers a baby during a traffic stop in Iowa City. According to the Iowa City Press-Citizen, the couple had been stopped for speeding.
VIDEO: Facebook considers incorporating the hashtag
Facebook reportedly considering incorporating hashtags into its service. The hope is to better index conversations around particular topics, leading to more user time and exposure to advertising.
VIDEO: Woman pops the question with flash mob at airport
How's this for a welcome home party? A flash mob and a marriage proposal all in one.
Want to try 3D design? Now you can
Shapeways.com is one of the first Internet companies to jump into the 3D printing industry and offer a way for everyday consumers to take advantage of it.
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