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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

Colonel Yuli Mamchor (L), commander of the Ukrainian military garrison at the Belbek airbase, leads his unarmed troops to retake the Belbek airfield from soldiers under Russian command in Crimea on March 4, 2014 in Lubimovka, Ukraine.

Speed feed: Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Check out some of today's must-see, must-share stories seen on Morning Express with Robin Meade:

No signs of Russia backing down (CNN)
- John Kerry to offer financial help to Ukraine

Artist Alexa Meade paints her subjects into their backgrounds

Is that a person -- or a painting?

A California artist is turning people into paintings -- literally.

Alexa Meade, 27, skips the canvas in her artwork. When she paints a portrait, she paints directly on the person and then photographs them.  

Whoppers: Craziest lies you believed as a kid

Whoppers: Craziest lies you believed as a kid

All this week on Morning Express with Robin Meade, we're talking about the most outrageous lies. We asked you to vote on who you think told the most outrageous lie by choosing from a group of infamous storytellers -- as we'll call them -- including Bill Clinton, Richard Nixon, Jodi Arias, Lance Armstrong and more.

But these aren't the only types of lies that people never forget, because let's be real: We were all kids at one point in time, and kids are tricked into believing all sorts of things.

 Musician Pharrell Williams and Helen Lasichanh attend the Oscars held at Hollywood & Highland Center on March 2, 2014 in Hollywood, California.

Did Pharrell's tuxedo shorts make you 'Happy'?

If you fell asleep early last night and missed some of the Oscars, don't worry we've got you covered.

Here are some of the best moments from the Academy Awards!

 Singer/actress Idina Menzel and actor John Travolta pose backstage during the Oscars held at Dolby Theatre on March 2, 2014

Travolta's 'Frozen' Oscar flub: Adele Dazim?

Academy Awards host Ellen DeGeneres broke a twitter record last night!

That's just one of the big Oscar moments you may have missed if you went to bed early -- including an epic error by John Travolta who got a little tongue tied while introducing Idina Menzel as she took to the stage to perform "Let It Go" from the movie "Frozen." The song would go on to win the Oscar! Travolta's flub would go on to inspire a parody twitter account.

Genie Recalls Garage Door Openers Due to Fire Hazard

Garage door opener recall

Some 18,000 garage door openers are being recalled because they might pose a fire hazard.

The recall involves Genie's "Powermax" and "Genie Pro" openers.

Students protesting against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline chant slogans in front of the White House in Washington, DC on March 2, 2014.

Hundreds of pipeline protesters arrested

Dozens of young protesters zip-tied their hands to the fence surrounding the White House yesterday.

They were among hundreds of college students arrested during a protest against the Keystone XL pipeline.

Study: Sound machines harm babies' hearing?

'Sleep sound' machines bad for babys' ears?

Those sound machines you may use to sooth babies to sleep could actually be hurting their hearing.

Some of them have sound levels that exceed what's considered safe, even for adults, according to a new study which looked at the maximum volume on those machines.

Lupita Nyong'o on the red carpet before the 2014 Academy Awards.

Speed feed: Monday, March 3, 2014

Check out some of today's must-see, must-share stories seen on Morning Express with Robin Meade:

Oscar 2014: The winner's circle
- Best speeches, biggest awards

Tweet @RobinMeade your most outrageous lie

Your most outrageous lies!

Are you brave enough to admit you've told a whopper (or two) in your day?

All this week we're highlighting some of the tall tales celebrities, athletes, politicians and high profile criminals have been spinning, but what about you? What's the biggest fib you've fabricated? Did you get away with it, or did you get busted big time?