UNDATED (CNN) -- Endeavour's final take-off, sextuplets arrive home, and beer mixed with politics; it's the latest video that will have you talking is coming up now in Take a Look at This!
Take a look at this! The space shuttle Endeavour took off for its final flight Wednesday, traveling from Florida's Kennedy Space Center to Edwards Air Force Base in California.
The flight had to be delayed for two days because of weather concerns. Endeavour will eventually be put on display at the California Science Center in Los Angeles.
The shuttle was built in 1991, and flew 25 missions, covering nearly 123 million miles.
A Texas couple brought home the last of their sextuplets this week. Mom Lauren Perkins says, "It's exciting, and a little nerve-racking too, just to have six and then she has some special needs so that makes it a little more challenging."
The last to leave the hospital, Leah, has already been through a few major surgeries for intestinal problems. The six babies were born in April, ten weeks premature. It took a team of 35 doctors to deliver them.
Not all beer is bipartisan in Oklahoma. A liquor shop in broken arrow is selling "Nobama Brew." it comes from Huebert brewing company in Oklahoma City.
The store owner says it's become pretty popular. Doris Walker says, "They laugh about it and then they buy one of them for their friends or buddies."
The bottle claims its "infused with the refreshing taste of patriotism and freedom."