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No yolk: McDonald’s is attempting to appeal to those with an appetite for healthier fare with its new “Egg White Delight,” an Egg McMuffin with egg whites on a whole-wheat muffin with Canadian bacon and cheddar cheese.

Meanwhile, Taco Bell unveiled its new Nothing-But-Yolk Fast Break Mondo Breakfast Burrito with Doritos Dust, served with a 64-ounce Mountain Dew.

War of the Roses II: Rival camps in England are arguing over the final resting place of King Richard III, whose remains were found beneath a parking lot in Leicester. One group wants him buried beneath a simple slab at Leicester Cathedral, while the Richard III Society wants a grander tomb in York-.

Yet a third group wants to give him the horse he so desparately sought, and mount him on a pony at Picadilly Circus.

Institute of the Obvious: A poll by the Pew Research Center notes a spike in the share of working mothers who say they’d rather be working full time, increasing to 37 percent from 21 percent in 2007. The poll also found that about half of all working parents say they’d rather be home with their kids but work because they need the income.

And nearly all parents said they have briefly fantasized about staying home and sending their kids to work.

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