4:42 p.m ET: TLC, the home of all things off the beaten path, is heading into new territory this month with "Abby & Brittany," a look at the lives of conjoined twins Abigail and Brittany Hensel, who have miraculously survived to the age of 22 despite sharing one body fused together at the torso, reports Yahoo.
When Abby and Brittany were born back in 1990, the doctors told their parents they most likely wouldn't survive the night. (One in 40,000 twin births are conjoined, and just one percent of those make it to the age of one.) But they defied the medical odds by not only surviving, but thriving.
And also snapped a self-portrait. Looks like Wall-E's ginormous cousin!
12:39 p.m. ET: DEVELOPING: A medical team has arrived in Christchurch, New Zealand, after departing the U.S. McMurdo Station in Antarctica where it rescued a U.S. expedition member who suffered a medical emergency.
10:58 a.m. ET: Pictures from a tough sports school in China offers a glimpse of young children already training to become Olympic gymnasts:
10:31 a.m. ET: ABC News' Alex Marquardt and "Nightline" producer Bartley Price recently went inside Syria, a nation being ripped apart by civil war, to report on the rebellion and how villagers are coping. Many families have been divided by the war and have lost loved ones and their homes. Watch their journey HERE:
9:35 a.m. ET: "Nightline" anchor Bill Weir having fun on set at the London Olympic Games: