In her living room, Caroline Nagy introduces the newest member of her family – the six-week-old infant in a striped onesie cradled in her arms. "This is Alex Joseph. He was born May 24th — my birthday," she says.
Their shared birthday wasn't entirely a coincidence. Two weeks before her due date, Nagy was swollen, and uncomfortable. So she asked her doctor for relief.
"Two seriously injured bald eagles, found two months apart and more than a mile away from each other near the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge," in Western New York State, "were rescued and reunited in a wildlife rehabilitation facility in Medina last week," the Buffalo News reports.
Robert Siegel talks with New York Times business columnist David Carr about News America Marketing, an arm of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp empire. Carr reports that News America is an in-store and newspaper insert marketing business that News Corp has paid more than $650 million in settlements to make corporate espionage and other allegations for the company disappear.