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Bloomberg took a 91-story ride on an exterior hoist to film some see-it-to-believe it footage from 1,420 feet in the air with state-of-the-art virtual reality cameras loaned from Google.
Kirsten Dirksen shows how Nils Holger Moormann and his 35 employees create modern furniture in a converted stable under the shadow of a 12th century castle.
Beans & Rice showcases a house that features on Grand Designs NZ: ‘Modest bach’ at Waipu Cove at the bottom of Bream Bay in Northland, wows in modernist glass and steel.
PBS NewsHour reporter Jeffrey Brown travels to Montana to find out what's driving the migration.
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