Monday, February 17, 2014

Trending: Monday, February 17, 2014

Published 1:30 p.m. CDT (GMT - 6:00)

Yesterday's Google trends and today's Twitter (U.S.) trending now at bottom

Today's headlines
 FoxNews: Kim Jong Un spends more money on luxury goods than his father, UN report finds
▪ ABCNews: Carousel: Stand your ground didn't determine Zimmerman, Dunn cases; Schumacher accident raises helmet cam concerns; T.J. Oshie and his fiancee's popularity still growing; Latest 
 headline: Which American turncoat could be on U.S. kill list?
 CBSNews: Are Americans as polarized as their politicians? 
 USAToday: Russia dominates, USA ends medal drought in 2-man bobsled; Police probe teen's claims that she killed dozens

Diving rescues
▪ CNN: Five of seven missing divers rescued, sent to Bali hospitals

TSA news
▪ FoxNews: Explosive found in carry-on at Alaska airport

Building-collapse news
▪ CNN: Reports: 8 killed, dozens trapped in South Korea building collapse

 CNN: CNN Exclusive: Videos show brutality of Syrian opposition group ISIS

IVF news
▪ NBCNews: IVF used in record-setting 1 in 100 babies

Multiple birth news
▪ FoxNews: Mother expecting triplets delivers 'surprise' identical quadruplets

▪ NBCNews: Kids with ADHD can train their brains, study finds

Water news
▪ NBCNews: Parched California pours mega-millions into desalination tech

Hijacking news (by pilot)
 NPR: Ethiopian plane hijacked to Geneva by co-pilot seeking asylum

Have-versus-have-not news
▪ NPR: Ethiopian plane hijacked to Geneva by co-pilot seeking asylum
 NPR: Help arrives, but South African miners refuse to be rescued

Lottery news
▪ Newser: Homeless guy drops last cash on Lotto, wins $2.8M

It's-not-fiction news
▪ CNN: Co-pilot hijacks Ethiopian Airlines plane, flies to Geveva, seeks asylum
 CNN: Woman jailed for not returning 2005 video rental
▪ NPR: Snake-handling reality TV pastor dies after snakebite
 USAToday: Dead student lay unnoticed in dorm for days

Yesterday's Google trends with at least 500,000 searches

Yesterday's Google trends with at least 200,000 but <500,000 searches

Miranda Barbour
▪ See CNN's 'what they're leading with' above

Yesterday's Google trends with at least 100,000 but <200,000 searches

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