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Smoke and flames reportedly from Shiite Houthi rebels camps rise over part of the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, on Monday. Fierce fighting has left people trapped, including U.S. citizens. Website Offers To Help Americans Trapped In Yemen

Updated at 2:40 p.m. ET.

Several Arab-American groups have launched a website to help U.S. citizens trapped by the fighting in Yemen. was created after the advocacy groups began hearing from mostly Yemeni-American citizens who reportedly were being told by the U.S. State Department that there are currently no evacuation plans for Yemen. The website addresses Yemeni-Americans, in particular, but is open to all U.S. citizens.

Two Air India pilots have been grounded by the airline after getting into an apparent physical altercation in the cockpit.

Flight Or Fight? Air India Grounds Pilots After Reported Cockpit Brawl

Two Air India pilots have been grounded by the airline after getting into an apparent physical altercation in the cockpit.

The Times of India, which first reported the story on Sunday's incident, quoted an unnamed source saying:

Put an egg on it

Does Your Food Have A Bad Case Of The Blahs? Put An Egg On It!

Wondering what to do with all those painted eggs, or the ones you never managed to paint for Easter? We're here to help.

Inspired by Portlandia's "Put a Bird on It" and Beyonce's "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)," we went in search of ways to be more assertive with eggs.

The Minnesota Twins warm up before their Opening Day game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park in Detroit Monday.

Opening Day: Baseball Season Starts In Earnest

In 204 days, two teams will face off in the World Series. Until then, fans can dream about their team winning it all, as Major League Baseball's regular season gets going. St. Louis and Chicago played the first game Sunday night; the Cubs lost, 3-0.

Along with that loss, Chicago's fans also endured restroom wait times of up to 30 minutes. Blaming the problem on at least two bathrooms being closed, the club has apologized, Chicago news TV WGN says.

Fraternity Named In Retracted 'Rolling Stone' Rape Story To Sue Magazine

Updated at 1:39 p.m. ET

The fraternity at the heart of the retracted Rolling Stone article on campus rape says it plans to pursue "all available legal action against the magazine."

"After 130 days of living under a cloud of suspicion as a result of reckless reporting by Rolling Stone magazine, today the Virginia Alpha Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi announced plans to pursue all available legal action against the magazine," the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity said in a statement.

In New Orleans, advertisements for charter schools — and for the annual Schools Expo — appear on billboards and bus stops.

In New Orleans, The Scramble For The Right Fit

It's a Saturday morning, and school marching bands are playing for a crowd. But they're not in a Mardi Gras parade. They're in the Superdome, where 120 schools are set up at long tables, putting their best faces forward and trying to recruit families.

One gives on-the-spot instrument lessons, another is showing off it's step team.

A Facebook First: Judge Allows N.Y. Woman To File For Divorce Using Site

A judge is allowing a Brooklyn, N.Y., woman to serve her elusive husband divorce summons via Facebook.

In his decision dated March 27, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper said Ellanora Biadoo could file for divorce from Victor Sena Blood-Dzraku using a private Facebook message. He wrote:

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, center, is depicted in this courtroom sketch between defense attorneys Miriam Conrad, left, and Judy Clarke during his federal death penalty trial in Boston on March 5.

Boston Marathon Bombing: Lawyers Make Closing Arguments

Prosecutors and lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are making their closing arguments today, the final step before the jury decides whether to convict the accused Boston Marathon bomber.

Three people were killed and 264 others wounded — some severely — when pressure-cooker bombs went off during the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013.

French Special Forces Free Dutch Hostage Held In Mali Since 2011

More than three years after he was taken hostage by an al-Qaida-linked group, a Dutch citizen was freed by French commandos early Monday morning in West Africa. The raid in northern Mali killed several of Sjaak Rijke's captors; others were taken captive.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and his wife, Columba, arrive at the Hispanic Leadership Network conference on April 18, 2013, in Coral Gables, Fla.

Report: Jeb Bush Self-Identified As Hispanic On Voter Application In '09

Updated at 11:39 p.m.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and his son Jeb Bush Jr. have responded to a news report that the likely Republican presidential candidate self-identified as Hispanic in a 2009 voter-registration application.