'Nightline' Daily Line, April 5: Texts From Hillary

VIDEO: Mary J. Blige sang about chicken in Burger King ad that was criticized as stereotypical.

More severe weather possible for the South today as the storms that destroyed homes in Texas this week move East. 

5:08 p.m. ET: Today's Internet meme obsession: Texts From Hillary , in which Sec. of State Hillary Clinton appears to be a snarky cell phone addict.

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3:15 p.m. ET: ABC's deputy political director Zach Wolf tweets:

Read ABC's political correspondent Rick Klein's article about rooting for one of the most hated home teams in the country - Washington D.C.

2:49 p.m. ET: Our cafeteria is offering peanuts and hot dog specials for baseball's opening day. Which team do you root for?

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12:20 p.m. ET: Mary J. Blige fans, outraged over a new Burger King ad featuring the R&B star, are going to have it their way. The fast food chain issued an apology and retracted an ad featuring Mary J. Blige singing about their chicken, which went viral and fans claimed it was stereotypical.

11:45 a.m. ET: "Kony 2012 Part II: Beyond Famous," a sequel to the ' Kony 2012' documentary, was released last night, but ABC's Bazi Kanani points out that this one has less emotion and more details about Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony.

10:10 a.m. ET: Dolly Parton also stops by the show tonight, in which she talks about how she felt when she heard her song, "I Will Always Love You," played at Whitney Houston's funeral and the first time she learned about sex appeal.

Dolly wrote "I Will Always Love You" in 1972, but Whitney Houston's recording of the song became the anthem of her career. Several other famous artists have had their songs turn famous after other popular singers cover them. Take our quiz and see if you can guess which ones:

QUIZ: Who Wrote That Famous Cover Song

8:35 a.m. ET: Brynne and Tess, both 17, and Savannah, 20, from Phoenix are black belts in karate, expert horseback riders and avid musical theater fans. And, oh yeah, they perform exorcisms . And they look like Charlie's Angels.

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