-- Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Dozens Remain Hospitalized Following Amtrak Crash
Dozens of people remain hospitalized following Tuesday's Amtrak crash in Philadelphia, hospital officials told ABC News.
This morning, 42 injured passengers remain hospitalized at five locations, with at least 10 listed in critical condition.
Seven people died in the crash, and hundreds were injured. The exact cause of the crash remains under investigation.
2. Amtrak Engineer 'Very Distraught,' Doesn't Remember Crash, Attorney Says
The engineer of the Amtrak train that crashed in Philadelphia "has absolutely no recollection of the incident or anything unusual" and "no explanation" for what caused the crash, his attorney told ABC News.
The engineer, Brandon Bostian, 32, of Queens, New York, was “very distraught” to learn that the crash killed at least seven people, the attorney, Robert Goggin, told ABC News. He added that Bostian voluntarily turned over a blood sample and his cell phone and is cooperating with authorities.
“I asked him if he had any medical issues,” Goggin said. “He said he had none. He's on no medications ... He has no health issues to speak of and just has no explanation.”
3. Prosecutor: Woman Confessed to Tampering With Fiance's Kayak
A woman accused of killing her fiance while out paddling on the Hudson River admitted tampering with his kayak and later confessed "it felt good knowing he would die," a prosecutor said Wednesday.
Viafore, 46, was not wearing a life jacket and his body hasn't been found.
Dermatologists said they are torn about how the public may react to a young woman who posted a photo of herself undergoing treatment for skin cancer.
Tawny Willoughby, a 27-year-old mother of a toddler, took to Facebook to show the world the ugly side of tanning gone wrong.
"If anyone needs a little motivation to not lay in the tanning bed and sun here ya go!" she wrote. "This is what skin cancer treatment can look like."
Australian quarantine authorities have ordered Hollywood star Johnny Depp to fly his dogs Pistol and Boo out of the country by Saturday or they will be put down.
Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce on Thursday accused Depp of smuggling the Yorkshire terriers aboard his private jet when he returned to Australia on April 21 to resume filming of the 5th installment in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie series at Gold Coast studios.