Update published 2:07 p.m. CST
▪ CNN: Florida sues BP, Halliburton over 2010 oil spill
Published 10:35 a.m. CST
Following yesterday's all-day coverage of the pursuit and capture of the second Boston Marathon bombing suspect, this morning's list of top Google searches is dominated by media outlets in the following order: FOX News (1M+), Boston Globe (500,000+), MSNBC (500,000+) NBC News (500,000+), Reddit (200,000+), CBS News (100,000+) Boston.com (100,000+), (NPR 100,000+). This is quite different than users' order of preference on the day after the bombings (see Trendilla for April 16, 2013). On that day, neither FOX nor CBS did appeared, and CNN (which does not appear today), dominated. Speculation: FOX was first as (found by Trendilla yesterday) to report suspect-capture activity, so perhaps a carry-over effect remained).
Otherwise, here's what's happening with top topical searches.
200,000+ Google searches
▪ USNews: CISPA supporters spend 140 times as much money lobbying as opponents
▪ HuffPost: Anonymous calls for internet blackout on April 22 to protest CISPA
▪ TheEconomist: From SOPA to CISPA
Boston police scanner (Note: All activity is from previous day/April 19, 2013)
▪ ABCNews: Boston suspect on run could have suicide vest, trigger: Police scanner
▪ TuneIN: Boston police, fire and EMS scanner
▪ USNewsNBCNews: Tweeting police chatter creates confusion over Boston suspect
100,000+ Google searches
▪ NewYorkPost: Victim ID'd the bomber
▪ Syracuse.Com: Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman's description helped officials zero in on supsect
▪ FOXNews: JeffBauman: The man who ID'd one of the Boston bombers
▪ LATimes: 'Oblivion:' Sci-fi pastiche doesn't come together, reviews say
▪ CNN: 'Oblivion' aims for the moon, falls short
▪ RottenTomatoes: 58%/68%
What else is going on...
▪ FOXNews: 'We got him!' But now authorities want answers in Boston Marathon bombing
▪ CBSNews: Boston bombings suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev bled for hours from neck, leg wounds, "might not have lived" if not found (ad first)
▪ ABCNews: Boston bomb suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev clings to life
▪ CNN: In the end, bombing suspect done in by flapping tarp
▪ CNN: FBI agents interviewed bombing suspect in 2011
▪ CNN: MIT cop shot to death in squad car
More bombings aftermath...
▪ NBCNews: Uncle: Mentors 'radicalized' older Boston bombing suspect
▪ NBCNews: Family of slain bombing supsect's widow: 'Our hearts are sickened'
▪ NBCNews: Parents of Boston Marathon bombing suspects say their children were framed
▪ CNN: Hey, tweeters: Chechens not Czechs
▪ NBCNews: What's next: The interrogation of Boston bombing supsect: Suspect and dozen victims in same hospital
▪ CNN: Quake kills more than 100 in southwestern China
▪ NBCNews: Quake kills more than 150, injures about 5,500 in China
▪ NBCNews: Investigators: Texas plant explosion death toll raised to 14
▪ CBSNews: Video: Majority of deaths in West, Texas explosion were first responders (ad first)
▪ NBCNews: New bird flu spread quietly, study suggests
▪ FOXNews: Data show China bird flu mutated 'under the radar'
▪ FOXNews: Obama taking executive action on guns after Senate vote
Pop culture news
▪ CNN: 'Big Bang Theory' repeat beats 'American Idol'
▪ FOXNews: Lil Bub, from stray cat to movie star
▪ CBSNews: NBC pulls 'Hannibal' episode in wake of Boston bombings
▪ USAToday: Tight security for Denver marijuana celebration
▪ CNN: Mysterious structure found at bottom of ancient lake
▪ FOXNews: How a USB drive could destroy your business
▪ CBSNews: Hubble telescope takes stunning new nebula photo for 23rd birthday
▪ CBSNews: Why stocks tied to consumers are (too) hot
▪ NBCNews: USAToday founder Neuharth dies in Florida at 89
▪ NBCNews: Power failure hits Carnival Ecstacy cruise ship
▪ NBCNews: FAA approves Boeing's new 787 battery design
▪ FOXNews: Indian girl, 5, in serious condition after being raped, tortured for 2 days, officials say
▪ FOXNews: Rutgers suspends lacrosse coach amid probe into alleged verbal abuse
▪ NBCNews: Hospital introduces new gown design: It has a back!
▪ NBCNews: Who gets to name those alien planets?
▪ FOXNews: How a fake island landed on Google Earth