10:40 p.m. ET: Tonight on Nightline- the search for the 6-year-old little leaguer who vanished from her bed in the middle of the night… want to call the Octomom and ask about her hairdresser's allegations that she and the kids live in squalor? We tell you how you can- for a price. And Ryan O'Neal tells all about Farrah, Tatum, and his tumultuous off-screen life.
10:23 p.m. ET: Click here for an amazing photo of a bear falling out of a tree in midair.
9:50 p.m. ET: Does this 18-year old British student have the perfect face? The answer may be yes, according to science.
8:44 p.m. ET: Did you catch our debt collectors piece last night? Read Elisabeth Leamy's tips on stopping rogue collectors.
8:08 p.m. ET: Among the celebrities invited to this year's White House Correspondent's Dinner:
6:13 p.m. ET: Which celebs is "Jeopardy" chasing after for their special edition episode? The Clintons.
Harry Friedman, the executive producer of the hit game show, said Bill and Hillary would be his dream booking.
"We're still working on the Clintons," Friedman told ABC News before filming a special edition of Jeopardy in Washington, D.C. last weekend. "The former president and former first lady, secretary of state, we'd love to have them as guests."
5:07 p.m. ET: We're big animal lovers here at "Nightline" and we are smitten with Cactus Jack, a scared little puppy who got mercilessly pricked after becoming trapped in a cactus in Arizona.
ABC News has learned that the Yorkie/terrier mix was rescued and adopted today from the Arizona Humane Society, who said they estimate the publicity Cactus Jack received led to eight other adoptions.
3:40 p.m. ET: Are we in for a hologram resurrection?
In the latest episode if Yahoo's "This Could Be Big," "Nightline" anchor Bill Weir talks about whether we'll be seeing more hologram stunts, after a hologram of rapper Tupac Shakur stole the show at this year's Coachella music festival - Tupac was shot and killed in 1996. Watch Bill's report her:
2:18 p.m. ET: On Tuesday, "Nightline" brought you the story of Thailand's shrimp farms endangering the rare fishing cat:
Now ABCNews.com Christina Ng reports on Thailand's Tiger Temple, where brave souls can pose for a picture with a tiger resting its head in their lap, or sit by a pond just a few feet from tigers wrestling in the water. Read more HERE.
1:16 p.m. ET: Good news for berry lovers. New evidence shows the bite-sized sweet fruits can help preserve brain function.
11:50 a.m. ET: Heartbreaking or heartwarming? Roosevelt the border collie got a second chance to be a normal pup when he was outfitted with a custom doggie wheelchair.
1o:12 a.m. ET: Nadya Suleman, otherwise known as "Octomom" is fighting back against the media's characterization of her and the claims of child neglect that put the controversial mother of 14 back in the headlines this week, ABC's Abbie Boudreau reports.
Suleman told "Good Morning America" that she was "set up," referencing the photos taken inside her home that ended up on TMZ.com.