Heman Bekele is a 14-year-old scientist.
The Kid Scientist
Heman Bekele is officially “America’s Top Young Scientist.” The 14-year-old recently won the “3M Young Scientist Challenge” for creating a soap that can reportedly treat skin cancer. Producer Tamika Cody shows us how his Ethiopian family inspired the invention. Watch here.
Meet the Sioux Chef
Chef Sean Sherman is on this year’s Time Magazine List of the 100 Most Influential People. He’s the owner of Owamni, a Minneapolis restaurant that only serves indigenous dishes created using ingredients available before Europeans arrived. So how does that work? Correspondent Leone Lakhani gives us a tour and shows us how Chef Sean’s roots inspired the menu. Watch here.
15 years ago, the Rand family changed forever. DNA testing revealed an unknown side of their family tree. Soledad was there to see the reunion and has an update. Watch here.
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