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Eagles become Internet sensation as eggs hatch on webcam

They are unlikely Internet celebrities -- two bald eagles tending their young on the campus of Berry College in north Georgia.

The cost of getting a show dog to Westminster

  So, so cute. So, so costly.

5 myths (and one fact) about Lent

Starting on Ash Wednesday, more than 1 billion Christians around the world will enter the season of Lent, a time of solemn spiritual preparation for Easter, the culmination of the church's calendar.

Federal judge stalls Obama's executive action on immigration

A federal judge has temporarily blocked President Obama's executive action on immigration.

Reward offered for information about Tampa woman missing for a week

A reward is being offered for information on the whereabouts of a Tampa, Florida woman who vanished last week.

New Orleans Saints player Benjamin Watson wants to talk race

NFL player Benjamin Watson wants to tackle race. He says he believes talking about race freely is the key to moving forward.

Nearly 100 teens storm movie theater after being denied 'Fifty Shades of Grey' tickets

About 100 teenagers rushed a theater at Ocoee, Florida's West Oaks Mall Saturday after they were denied tickets to see "Fifty Shades of Grey".

Mississippi lawmaker: 'I am definitely not a racist'

A Mississippi state lawmaker is defending himself after making racially charged comments in a newspaper interview. State Rep. Gene Alday's comments were made to the Clarion Ledger during an interview about education funding.

Former elementary school principal accused of trafficking heroin

Police are searching for a former Missouri elementary school principal wanted in connection with a heroin trafficking ring.

How to keep your teens from texting and driving

Whenever I think about how we can stop teens from texting and driving, I think back to an interview I did with the Dunn family of Roxbury, New Jersey.

'Duck Dynasty' star to receive Citizens United's first amendment award

"Duck Dynasty" Star Phil Robertson will receive Citizens United's first amendment award at the Conservative Political Action Conference, known as CPAC, next weekend in Maryland.

Mardi Gras in full swing despite the cold

Mardi Gras revelers are awaking to cold temperatures and light rain in New Orleans.

Homeless man says he was trying to stay warm when he set fire that burned a Houston Islamic Center

An arrest has been made in connection with Friday's fire at Houston's Quba Islamic Center. Darryl Ferguson is charged with arson.

Federal authorities investigating fiery train explosion in West Virginia

Investigators are working to figure out what caused a fiery train derailment in West Virginia Monday. Federal investigators want to know if the winter storm caused the train to crash.

'It's My Party' singer Lesley Gore dies at 68

Lesley Gore, whose No. 1 hit "It's My Party" kicked off a successful singing career while she was still in high school, has died. She was 68.