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Two sisters gave birth earlier this week, just 22 hours apart.
According to CNN affiliate WPVI, the sisters had the same due date, so they knew their new bundles of joy would arrive around the same time. But no one in their family thought they would welcome baby boys less than a day apart.
Apple's new products got a splashy kick-off last week when executives unveiled two models of the iPhone 6, and the new Apple Watch. The phones go on sale on Friday, September 19. You will have to wait until early next year to get your hands on the watch. But how much do we know about the $349 wearable technology?
With the help of Twitter, one Boston woman will be able to return a sweet wedding photo found at Ground Zero in 2001 to its rightful owner.
In the 9/11 aftermath, Elizabeth Stringer Keefe found the picture below -- capturing a smiling bride and groom on their wedding day -- at Ground Zero. According to a tweet from Keefe (who is listed as an assistant professor at Lesley University), she has held onto the photo for 13 years in hopes of finding its rightful owner.
Early Saturday, NFL running back Adrian Peterson turned himself in to Montgomery County, Texas police. The news comes after the Minnesota Vikings player was indicted on a felony charge of injury to a child.
Peterson's lawyer Rusty Hardin says the 29-year-old used a switch to spank his son and that he was punished the same way growing up in east Texas. According to CNN, Hardin noted that Peterson "never intended to harm his son and deeply regrets the unintentional injury."