Instant Index: A Swarm of Bees Attack the Yankees and Red Sox

Diane Sawyer with the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
3:00 | 03/18/14

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Our "Instant index" begins with a curve ball at a baseball game. We've heard of rain delays. But someideo from spring training in Florida now. An exhibition game between the red sox and the yankees. Bottom of the third inning. The Boston outfielder hears something strange. We have a situation here, my friend. We have a swarm of bees, right now, out in left field. A swarm of bees. Yankees slugger mark Teixeira even offered a bottle of honey. Play was halted for seven minutes until the grounds crew shoed them away. Now, a cautionary tale. A student in Italy visiting a museum in Milan, saw this statue and decided to climb up and take a selfie. The problem is, he snapped off the statue's leg. The leg of the early 19th century statue. Luckily, it was just a replica and not the priceless original.

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