'Nightline' Daily Line, April 25: Life in 'Las Colonias'

9:23 p.m. ET: It only makes sense that a wedding photographer would have the most piercing insight on pre-nuptial couples.. and this Buzzfeed article is full of some interesting gems:

"I'd say 75 percent of the couples do really seem to like each other. But the other 25 percent makes you ask, are these people really getting married? Do they even talk to each other? Some couples complain about kissing for the camera. They'll just do a peck. Some couples just aren't into PDA but you can tell they're still in love. But sometimes it really seems like the couple doesn't even like each other. Also, nine times out of ten, the bride is more attractive than the groom."

8:59 p.m. ET: "Eagle Center struggles to supply American Indian's rituals" .. a rather intriguing headlines from our pals at Reuters.

7:37 p.m. ET: You could call it a high-stakes game of phone tag… but when one debt collection tormented Diane Mey, a West Virginian woman who didn't owe them a dime, she turned the tables and sued, winning an astounding ten million dollars. Tune into Nightline tonight where ABC's Elisabeth Leamy will follow her (rather ironic) struggle to get them to cough up her cash.

Courtesy Diana Mey

6:34 p.m. ET: From left to right, "Nightline" executive producer Jeanmarie Condon and producers Bartley Price and Katie Hinman pose before heading out to the Overseas Press Club awards in New York City. They, along with Christiane Amanpour, are being honored with the David Kaplan Award for their reporting in Cairo during the uprising, and their interview with former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

Credit: ABC News/Dan Lieberman

6:05 p.m. ET: As part of our "Hidden America" series, ABC's John Quinones reports on life in " las colonias," roughly 2,000 communities that dot the landscape along the south Texas border.

Credit: Scott Dalton/Zuma Press For ABC News

2:41 p.m. ET: ABC's Matt Gutman, who has been following the Trayvon Martin case, tweets:

2:13 p.m. ET: The Jackson Sun reports that a Tennessee teenager was turned away from her prom because she was wearing a Confederate flag dress. Photo of the dress HERE.

1:03 p.m. ET: ABC's Neal Karlinsky, who is covering the story of the missing 6-year-old girl in Tucson, Ariz., tweeted:

Credit: @NealKarlinsky

12:38 p.m. ET: ABC News has learned that Mitt Romney called Newt Gingrich to discuss the campaign.

11:07 a.m. ET: While Newt Gingrich says he won't comment on reports from his campaign that he is dropping out of the presidential race, he is expected to make an announcement (of some sort) today. Read more HERE.

Credit: AP Photo/Gerald Herbert

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