Saturday Marks First Same-Sex Weddings in England and Wales

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-03_ca2d429139.jpgOli Scarff/Getty Images (LONDON) -- At the stroke of midnight Saturday morning, gay couples across England and Wales tied the knot as legislation allowing same-sex marriage came into force. British Prime Minister David Cameron took to social media to recognize the moment, writing, "Congratulations to the gay couples who have already been married - and my best wishes to those about to be on this historic day."

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Aircraft Spots 'Brightly Colored' Objects In Search For Missing Plane

031314_MysteryOfFlight370Generic 2.jpg?__SQUARESPACE_CACHEVERSION=1396108702321 (NEW YORK) -- An aircraft has spotted three brightly colored objects in the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370. Searchers from the New Zealand Royal Air Force said that spotters on search planes have seen objects before, but never have they managed to get clear pictures or have another plane find those same objects again. "Finally, the details seem to be lining up," said ABC News Correspondent David Wright, who is in Perth, Australia.

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Plane Search Raises Questions About Sea of Floating Junk

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-03_6a844a5189.jpgiStock/Thinkstock (NEW YORK) -- The search for debris from missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 has not turned up any evidence of a crash, but it has trained the world's gaze on thousands of pieces of junk floating on the ocean's surface. Much of that debris could be made up of plastics, old appliances or parts of homes that have washed away from fragile communities, and cargo containers from ships, according to ocean advocacy group One World One Ocean.

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Steven Seagal Backs Putin on Crimea

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-03_8b9a48f1c8.jpgALEKSEY NIKOLSKYI/AFP/GettyImages (MOSCOW) -- Steven Seagal has expressed his support for Russian President Vladimir Putin over his actions in Crimea. The action movie star called Putin “one of the great living world leaders” in a lengthy interview with Russia’s state-run newspaper Rossiskaya Gazeta from the set of a film he is shooting in Romania. In comments first noted by The Moscow Times, Seagal said Putin’s “desire to protect the Russian-speaking people of Crimea… is very reasonable.”

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Tuba Player to Blast Mayor Rob Ford for Entire Day

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-03_9b57264efd.jpgVince Talotta/Toronto Star via Getty Images (TORONTO) -- Sometime in the next two weeks, Rob Ford is going to receive an audible surprise. The embattled Toronto mayor, 44, may be sitting in council chambers when he hears his first blast of brass, or he may be cutting ribbons at a school when he glimpses a glorious flash of gold gliding toward him. Wherever Ford may be, one Toronto native has promised to send a tuba player to shadow the mayor for an entire day.

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