The five most popular CNN.com stories during the last 24 hours, according to Newspulse.
Florida woman involved in love triangle guilty of murder: A 20-year-old Florida woman involved in a love triangle was found guilty Friday of second-degree murder for fatally stabbing her romantic rival in a fight 15 months ago. Rachel Wade convulsed in sobs as the foreman of the six-person jury read the verdict, which carries a sentence of 20 1/2 years to life in prison.
We're running out of internet addresses: Don't worry, we've got plenty of domains (Thisthatandyada-yada-yada.com will still be available) but Internet Protocol, or IP addresses - the numbers assigned to all the devices we use to connect to the internet, may be gone in less than a year. So says the blog ReadWriteWeb, which attributes it all to the fact that the internet is changing and evolving so quickly - with so many new gadgets connecting - that we're running out of numbers to assign to all of these Web-enabled electronics.
D.C. school system fires 241 teachers: The District of Columbia public school system announced Friday that it is letting 226 employees go for poor performance under the education assessment system IMPACT. Another 76 employees will be terminated because of licensing issues, Chancellor Michelle Rhee said in a news release. Of the 302 employees who are losing their jobs, 241 are teachers, she said.
Texas state board says arson investigators used flawed science: A Texas state board said Friday that arson investigators used flawed science but were not negligent in an investigation that led to a controversial 2004 execution. Cameron Todd Willingham was executed 13 years after a fire killed his three daughters. Prosecutors argued that Willingham deliberately set the 1991 blaze - but three reviews of the evidence by outside experts have found the fire should not have been ruled arson.
Earthquakes strike waters south of Philippines: A series of four strong earthquakes spanning just over an hour struck the Philippines' Moro Gulf on Saturday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Three of the four earthquakes had magnitudes between 7.3 and 7.6; the other came in at a 5.4 magnitude. The first quake struck at 6:08 a.m. (6:08 p.m. ET Friday) and the fourth hit at 7:15 a.m. The last quake ran the deepest at 616 kilometers (382 miles).