In case you were busy this weekend with barbecues, we've rounded up the stories you may have missed.
A pair of adorable twins who became famous after they were delivered holding hands will be going home just in time for Father's day.
Jenna and Jillian Thistlethwaite were born just two days before Mother's Day. The twins were monoamnitoic, meaning they shared an amniotic sac and had to be delivered prematurely to avoid complications.
A picture of the rare set of twins went viral and parents Sarah and Bill Thistlethwaite said the resulting attention has been "crazy." The twins are expected to leave the hospital in one to two weeks.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is coming home after being a captive of the Taliban for nearly five long years in Afganistan. To free the sergeant, President Obama agreed to a deal where five Taliban members in Guantanamo were taken into custody by Quatar in exchange for Bergdahl.
White House National Security Adviser Susan Rice told ABC News Bergdahl's health was a major concern and influenced the swiftness of the deal.
Well, this looks familiar.
The Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs will face off for a second year in a row in the NBA Finals. The Spurs held off the Oklahoma City Thunder in game 6 of the Western Conference Finals on Saturday, winning 112-107 in overtime despite losing All-Star point guard Tony Parker in the second half of the game due to injury.
An alleged robber was arrested after taking a woman's iPod and then friending her. According to the Kitsap Sun, the woman who was struck noticed her assialiant had a triangle tattoo. The next day she was friended by an unfamiliar man with the same tattoo.
She called police, who arrested Riley Allen Mullins and charged him with second-degree robbery.
A Florida man was stunned when he saw black bear taking a break in his hammock in Daytona Florida.
Rafael Torres told ABC affiliate WFTV in Orlando that the bear wandered through the neighborhood before climbing into the hammock. He said the bear stayed there for about 20 minutes, then headed back into the woods.