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Horse-drawn carriages in New York City could be about to giddy up and go away.
They've been a fixture in Central Park for years but, if some activists have their way, this part of the romantic past might be going the way of the giant soft drink and the cigarette.
Former Vice President Al Gore is a carnivore no more. According to Forbes magazine, Al Gore has joined his once southern fried running mate, becoming a vegan two months ago.
It was a reunion more than 50 years and one civil rights movement in the making.
Ruby Bridges was only six years old back in 1960, when she was one of the first African-American children to attend a white school in the south. It was a scary time - with racist backlash - and she needed protection from a federal marshal. The story inspired a Norman Rockwell painting.
Fifty-three years later, that child and her protector met again on September 5. Bridges and Charles Burks, now 91, met for the first time since that day. The meeting between the two was filmed, and will be part of an exhibit at an Indianapolis museum.