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Trending today: Inspiring father-son duo runs final Boston Marathon & Brian Williams raps 'Gin and Juice'

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The father-son team of Dick and Rick Hoyt crossed the Boston Marathon finish line for the last time after four decades of racing. (Photo: Twitter/espn) The father-son team of Dick and Rick Hoyt crossed the Boston Marathon finish line for the last time after four decades of racing. (Photo: Twitter/espn)
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While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with.

 Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.

One last Boston Marathon for legendary father-son team

The father-son team of Dick and Rick Hoyt crossed the Boston Marathon finish line for the last time on Monday. Dick, 73, has been pushing his son Rick, 51, in a special wheelchair in races for most of the past four decades. Rick has cerebral palsy and cannot use his hands and legs.

The father-son duo planned for last year's marathon to be their last. The bombings left them unable to finish, and they decided to do one more run.

Check out some of the incredible photos from @BGlobeSports, @espn and @PetesWire as they crossed the finish line.

Teen survives California-to-Maui flight in plane's wheel well

A 16-year-old hopped the fence at San Jose International Airport after an argument with his family and squeezed into the wheel well of a Hawaiian Airlines flight bound for Maui.

The fact that he survived is both baffling and scary to many.

He told authorities he passed out shortly after takeoff. Medical experts say the body goes into a state of hibernation when faced with the conditions and few survive. 

Temperatures are well below zero degrees. The elevation, 38,000 feet, is higher than the tallest mountain. Oxygen levels quickly drop from 20% on the ground, to 5% in the that altitude.

And he survived all of this, for five hours.

The FBI says the boy did not pose a threat. Airport security officials in San Jose are now reviewing their procedures.

Youngster on a Harley sparks controversy

Jacob Hughes loves motorcycles, and after introducing it to his 6-year-old son, Ryan, they found something that they could bond over.

Jacob uploaded a video where you see them riding through the Midland, Texas area. You see Jacob motion for his son to grab the handlebars.

People on the Internet have been debating the situation, pointing out that he's too young and while he was wearing a helmet, he didn't have any protective clothing on.

Jacob tells 'Right This Minute' the pair ride together often. And very appropriately, Jacob's legal middle name is Harley.

Check out this video and more in the Right This Minute section on our homepage.

On your phone? Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjmNjbkKaPk

Brian Williams raps 'Gin and Juice' with Jimmy Fallon

There is another remix of Brian Williams' NBC Nightly News broadcasts, thanks to Jimmy Fallon on Monday night's "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."

Someone pulled out individual words and edited them together so it appears like Brian Williams is rapping Snoop Dogg's 1996 hit "Gin and Juice."

The February rap remix of Brian Williams to the Sugar Hill Gang's 1979 classic "Rapper's Delight" has 8.9 million views.

On your phone? Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jidziKYG9jk

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