K-9 Reunited With Former Marine Handler at Retirement Ceremony

PHOTOS: Texas National Guard Rescues 60 Pets From Severe Flooding

A pair of bald eagles known as "Mr. President" and "the First Lady" welcomed their first eaglet on Friday morning in Washington, D.C.'s National Arboretum.

The American Eagle Foundation launched the Bald Eagle Nest Cam after the eagles laid two eggs last month, giving people a chance to watch the hatching live.

The eagle couple chose to nest high in a Tulip Poplar tree amongst the Azalea Collection at the National Arboretum.

After a small crack in one egg was spotted earlier this week, officials knew that one of the eaglets was on the way.

The crack turned into a hole Thursday, with the eaglet fully hatching just about 24 hours later.

The second egg should be hatching in the coming days. You can stay on "egg-watch" with the Bald Eagle Nest Cam.

Navy Finds Missing Dog on Island... 5 Weeks After She Fell Off Fishing Boat

SeaWorld CEO on Ending Orca Breeding Program: 'We Needed to Move Forward'

'PAWS Act' Would Provide Wounded Warriors With Service Dogs

Internet Comes Together and Shames Grandkids Who Ditched 'Papaw'