This Week's Top Videos
April 6th, 2012
08:53 PM ET

This Week's Top Videos

Editor's Note: This post is a recap of the top five videos on CNN.com from the past week. So in case you didn't catch our best videos during the week, here is your chance to see what you missed.

This week's top video gained the attention of more than a million CNN.com viewers and featured chilling footage of the Texas tornadoes tossing tractor-trailers into the air. The second most watched video on CNN.com this week was the tragic firsthand account of the Oakland university shooting, followed by video examining Nadya Suleman's welfare application, the crash of an F-18 jet into a Virginia apartment complex and finally the timeline of the Trayvon Martin shooting.

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Big rigs sucked into storm

Truck trailers are thrown around violently as a tornado rips through North Texas.

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Shooting chaos captured on cell phone

Art Richards shot cell phone video at Oikos University where a gunman killed seven people.

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Nadya Suleman admits being on welfare

Anger and outrage as "Octomom" Nadya Suleman, admits she's receiving food stamps. HLN's Nischelle Turner reports.

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Witness: Jet crash a 'horrific sight'

Zack Zapatero describes what he saw when a Navy jet crashed into an apartment building in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

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Trayvon Martin's last minutes

Law enforcement expert Alex Manning analyzes a complete time line of the Trayvon Martin shooting, based on 911 calls.

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This Week's Top Videos
March 30th, 2012
02:50 PM ET

This Week's Top Videos

Editor's Note: This post is a recap of the top five videos on CNN.com from the past week. So in case you didn't catch our best videos during the week, here is your chance to see what you missed.

The most watched video on CNN.com this week was the surveillance video of George Zimmerman in handcuffs after the Trayvon Martin shooting. Following as the second most popular video was a firsthand account of the erratic Jet Blue pilot who was subdued by passengers. Rounding out the top five are a heart-warming reunion between a soldier and an excited dog, a teen signing sensation, and finally, an open mic mishap from President Obama. Check out the videos below and see what everyone else was watching this week on CNN.com.

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Zimmerman in handcuffs night of shooting

Police surveillance video shows George Zimmerman arriving at the police department in handcuffs the night of shooting.

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Witness: Fliers 'wrestle' JetBlue pilot

A JetBlue passenger describes the incident that caused a flight to be diverted.

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Dog goes nuts when soldier comes home

A dog can't contain himself after seeing his owner come home from Afghanistan.

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Teen takes TV talent show by storm

Jonathan Antoine's booming opera voice leaves judges on "Britain's Got Talent" pronouncing him the next Pavarotti.

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Open mic catches Obama seeking help

An open mic catches President Obama seeking help from Russia's outgoing president for NATO's missile defense.

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March 23rd, 2012
07:01 PM ET

Gotta Watch: Celebs 'attacked' by food and other surprises

Kim Kardashian was able to laugh off a flour-bomb attack in West Hollywood Thursday night. She joins the ranks of other stars who have received similar surprises. You've gotta watch how other big-name celebs handled their "attacks."

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Kim Kardashian gets flour-bombed

Police say a woman walked up to Kim Kardashian and doused her with what they believe was a bag of cooking flour.

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'Dictator' spills ashes on Seacrest

Actor Sacha Baron Cohen, dressed as his character from "The Dictator," spills ashes on Ryan Seacrest at the Oscars.

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Cruisin' for a bruisin'

Pranksters and protesters take aim at celebrities and politicians with everything from water guns to pies.

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Murdoch's wife's 'very good left hook'

Rupert Murdoch's wife tries to save him from a pie in the face. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

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This Week's Top Videos
March 23rd, 2012
06:36 PM ET

This Week's Top Videos

Editor's Note: This post is a recap of the top five videos on CNN.com from the past week. So in case you didn't catch our best videos during the week, here is your chance to see what you missed.

The most popular videos on CNN.com were led by an enormous boulder that smashed into a house. The other top videos consisted of a political confrontation from Bristol Palin, a toddler belting out Adele, the first lady's secret shopping trip and Trayvon Martin's father recalling his sons last moments.

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Giant boulder crashes into house

A large boulder breaks free from a hillside in Athens, Ohio, hitting two vehicles and crashing into a house.

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Bristol Palin wants Obama phone call

Bristol Palin writes a letter to President Obama asking for a phone call. CNN's Mary Snow reports.

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2-year-old belts out Adele hit

A 2-year-old girl singing Adele's "Someone Like You" is taking the viral video world by storm.

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First lady's incognito trip to Target

First lady Michelle Obama describes a recent trip to Target to David Letterman.

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Dad sure cries on 911 are son, Trayvon

Trayvon Martin's father tells Anderson Cooper about the heartbreak of hearing his son's voice before he died.

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This Week's Top Videos
March 16th, 2012
03:06 PM ET

This Week's Top Videos

Editor's Note: This post is a recap of the top five videos on CNN.com from the past week. So in case you didn't catch our best videos during the week, here is your chance to see what you missed.

The top videos on CNN.com this week featured a jaws-like shark swarm, a new high-tech Dreamliner, the story of a mother's dramatic reunion and some horrifying video of torture and death in Syria as the uprising there reaches the one year mark. Click below to see the videos that impacted so many others this week.

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Sharks go on feeding frenzy

Sharks off the coast of Australia go on a feeding frenzy. Australia's Network Ten reports.

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Syria: Torture captured on video

CNN's Arwa Damon reports on torture captured on video carried out allegedly by Syrian soldiers.

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Child survives family's slaughter

In Syria, a rescue operation to retrieve bodies of a massacred family turns up a child who lived. Arwa Damon reports.

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Mom reacts to son found after 8 years

Dr. Drew talks to Auboni Champion-Morin, whose son was found after being kidnapped 8 years ago.

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Go inside Boeing's new 787 Dreamliner

Lizzie O'Leary reports on whether the new Boeing 787 is everything it's cracked up to be.

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This Week's Top Videos
February 24th, 2012
02:38 PM ET

This Week's Top Videos

Editor's Note: This post is a recap of the top five videos on CNN.com from the past week. So in case you didn't catch our best videos during the week, here is your chance to see what you missed.

This week's top videos ranged from bizarre, to humorous to just plain tragic. From crazy sea creatures to ogling royals to a heart-wrenching rescue, here are this week's five most popular videos.

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Caught ogling her royal assets

Was the royal bosom ogled? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on men caught up to their eyeballs in cleavage.

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Woman shot with Taser now brain dead

A woman shot with a Taser by a trooper in Florida, falls into a coma. Jane Velez-Mitchell speaks with her parents.

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Strange fish with 'wings' and 'legs'

Check out this strange fish found in a Chinese market, which one man thought had wings and legs.

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Gov. Christie's harsh words for Buffett

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says if Warren Buffett wants to pay more taxes, he can just write a check

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Passerby finds starved teen on roadside

The stranger who rescued a malnourished teen lying on the side of the road speaks with CNN's Brooke Baldwin.

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This Week's Top Videos
February 17th, 2012
01:00 PM ET

This Week's Top Videos

Editor's Note: This post is a recap of the top five videos on CNN.com from the past week. So in case you didn't catch our best videos during the week, here is your chance to see what you missed.

This week was filled with several major events. The untimely death of singer Whitney Houston has undoubtedly been a story that shocked many and continues to develop. Several other videos that captivated the CNN.com audience, too. Check out this week's most popular clips.

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The death of Whitney Houston

Police say so far there are no signs of foul play in Houston's death. She was 48.

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Adele's controversial Vogue cover photo

Fans comment that Vogue's cover photo of Adele doesn't give a true picture of her size.

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Woman dies in waste-filled home

Police in Illinois find a woman dead under a mound of trash at her home. WBBM reports.

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Randy Travis's public intoxication arrest

Police have released video of country star Randy Travis being arrested for allegedly being drunk in public.

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Who is Whitney Houston's daughter?

A closer look at Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.

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Gotta Watch: Remembering Steve Jobs
Apple's website remembers founder Steve Jobs with a dedication on their homepage mourning the loss of a "creative genius."
October 6th, 2011
11:38 AM ET

Gotta Watch: Remembering Steve Jobs

Apple's visionary founder Steve Jobs passed away Wednesday at the age of 56 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Today we pay tribute to Jobs' legacy as we look back at some of the most memorable moments from his life.

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The day's most popular stories
April 11th, 2011
11:21 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse:

In mixup, kid served alcohol at Applebee's, police say: A 15-month-old boy (pictured) was hospitalized after a behind-the-bar mix-up at a Michigan Applebee's restaurant that left the toddler sipping alcohol instead of apple juice.

Say goodbye to 1-year Verizon contracts: Verizon customers interested in signing a one-year contract (as opposed to the standard two) should lock in their selections now.

In some ways, we're still fighting Civil War: Americans still argue over many issues that led to the Civil War 150 years ago, scholars say

Katie Couric and Matt Lauer to reunite on 'Today': Katie Couric and Matt Lauer will be together again on the "Today" show – at least for one day.

Liam Neeson cut from 'The Hangover Part II': After replacing Mel Gibson in "The Hangover Part II," Liam Neeson has been ousted from the upcoming comedy, too.


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The day's most popular stories
The elimination of front-runner Pia Toscano on "American Idol" sent shockwaves through the viewing public.
April 8th, 2011
10:29 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse.

Weeklong budget extension possible, source says: Budget negotiators are working on a proposal to keep the federal government open for another week while Democratic and Republican leaders put together a broader deal, a senior Republican close to the talks told CNN Friday night.

10 things that could ruin your day if the government shuts down: The list of collateral effects of a potential government shutdown keeps growing and people are none too pleased about it. Here are just a few of the negative impacts that could arise if Congress and the White House fail to reach an agreement on the budget.

'Do you know who I am?' Iverson asks police: Former NBA star Allen Iverson launched an expletive-ridden tirade against police when a car belonging to him was pulled over for a traffic violation last week, at one point telling the officer, "Take the vehicle, I have 10 more," according to a police report.

Budget showdown live blog: The latest developments in Washington as the deadline looms for a government shutdown.

Did female voters send Pia home on 'Idol?' It would be so easy to blame the teenage girls. The "American Idol" studio audience was full of them. They rushed the stage Wednesday night after contestant Scotty McCreery sang an Elvis Presley song to hug him and tug on his clothes. But were the teen female fans, with their faster-than-lightning voting fingers, to blame for the shockingly early ouster of front-runner Pia Toscano on Thursday night?

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The day's most popular stories
April 7th, 2011
11:17 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse:

Fresh quake in Japan rouses fear, kills 2: A powerful quake struck Japan on Thursday, killing two and triggering a tsunami warning for one prefecture and advisories in others, officials said.

White House huddle fails to yield budget deal: A fourth White House meeting in 48 hours between President Barack Obama and congressional leaders failed to reach agreement Thursday night on a spending plan for the rest of the current fiscal year, increasing chances for a partial government shutdown to begin just over 24 hours later.

Maryland man glued to Wal-Mart toilet seat: Police in Maryland are on the hunt for the perpetrator of what appears to be an April Fools' Day prank that left a man glued to a toilet at a Wal-Mart store.

Female infidelity: It's different from the guys: Sexuality counselor Ian Kerner explores the ways he says cheating is different for women than it is for men.

Hero officer kept Brazil school shooting from being worse: Thursday's massacre of 11 students at a Brazilian school could have been worse, were it not for the heroic actions of a military policeman, according to a statement from the Rio de Janeiro state governor's office.


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The day's most popular stories
April 6th, 2011
11:22 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse:

CNN sports legend readies kin for his death: Former CNN sports anchor Nick Charles (pictured) looks into the camera, as he's done thousands of times before. Except he's not calling a boxing match for sports fans around the world. He's taping something much tougher: a message from beyond the grave, for his little girl.

Ashley Judd reveals family pain in memoir: In a raw new memoir, "All That Is Bitter & Sweet," Ashley Judd is baring all when it comes to being raised as the daughter of country music's Naomi Judd.

Gadhafi asks Obama to end NATO bombing: As rebel and pro-government forces in Libya maneuvered on the battlefield Wednesday, Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi urged U.S. President Barack Obama to end the NATO bombing of his war-torn country.

Fishermen: Utility's actions in Japan's nuclear crisis 'unforgivable': Japanese fishermen have taken the offensive in their fight against the owner of the stricken Fukushima Daiichi power plant, angrily calling the utility's actions insulting, incompetent and "unforgivable" over the course of the weeks-long nuclear crisis.

Obama: Progress made at night meeting, but no budget deal yet: A late evening meeting between U.S. President Barack Obama and the leaders of the House and Senate failed reach agreement Wednesday on a spending plan to avert a government shutdown, but all the participants said progress was made and talks would continue.


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The day's most popular stories
April 5th, 2011
11:01 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse:

Crash victims' dad: Leave remains underwater: A leader of a group for families of those lost in the crash of an Air France jet said Tuesday that despite the discovery of their remains on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, he wants the bodies of his loved ones left where they are.

Search to resume for missing woman: The remains of three women found on a remote stretch of beach in Long Island, New York, do not include those of Shannan Gilbert, whose search led to the investigation of a possible serial killer.

iPhone 5 release date: big buzz, few facts: The internet has swirled with speculation in recent weeks about a release date for Apple's iPhone 5, and even whether the company will update its iconic smartphone at all this year. Now, the most tenuous of news reports has ramped the talk up again.

Utility: Radioactive water leak from reactor stopped: The leak of highly radioactive water into the Pacific from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has stopped, Tokyo Electric Power Company said early Wednesday.

Democrats, Republicans fail to reach budget deal: Top White House and congressional negotiators failed to reach agreement Tuesday on a spending plan for the rest of the current fiscal year, bringing the federal government closer to a shutdown at the end of the week.


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The day's most popular stories
April 4th, 2011
11:38 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse:

Bodies found 2 years after French air crash: Nearly two years after an Air France plane mysteriously fell out of the sky, killing 228 people, the bulk of the wreckage (some of it is pictured here) has been found with bodies still aboard, French officials said Monday.

Duke lacrosse accuser arrested: A woman who accused three Duke University lacrosse players of rape five years ago was arrested Sunday, suspected of stabbing her boyfriend, police said.

Japan dumps thousands of tons of radioactive water into sea: Japan began dumping thousands of tons of radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean on Monday, an emergency move officials said was needed to curtail a worse leak from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

Is Katie Couric leaving 'CBS Evening News'?: There's plenty of speculation that Katie Couric is departing "CBS Evening News" to focus on another gig, but the network tells CNN it's still in talks with the 54-year-old journalist.

Sheen finds #winning formula in Chicago: Charlie Sheen's show in Chicago didn't look anything like the Detroit event where he was mercilessly booed.


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The day's most popular stories
A celebrity look-alike photographer has published a book of photos about the royal couple.
April 2nd, 2011
11:15 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse.

Hole on plane forces Southwest flight to land: Southwest Airlines announced Saturday that it is grounding 81 planes for inspection following an incident in which one of its flights was forced to make an emergency landing after a 3-foot hole tore open in the fuselage of the plane.

Radioactive water leaks from Japan nuke plant: A first attempt to plug a cracked concrete shaft that is leaking highly radioactive water into the ocean off Japan failed Saturday, so officials are now exploring alternatives, spokesmen for Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.

Kate and William: Private moments revealed? It's a scene few would witness the sight of a scantily clad, soon-to-be-royal Kate Middleton serving Britain's Prince William breakfast in bed. FULL STORY

Protests erupt after Quran burning in U.S.: The deadly protests in northern Afghanistan over a Quran burning spread to the country's war-torn southern region on Saturday, with provincial government officials reporting at least nine civilians dead and dozens injured.

Ryan budget targets Medicaid, Medicare: House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, will unveil a highly anticipated 2012 Republican budget next week that proposes dramatic changes to political lightning rods: entitlements.

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The day's most popular stories
Chris and Shane Dronett, and their two children, Hayley and Berkley, in 2002.
April 1st, 2011
11:30 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse.

Ex-NFL player had brain disease: Former NFL lineman Shane Dronett's transformation from an affable prankster, quick to flash a wry smile, to a person who was often frightened - and frightening - was subtle at first. The tragic culmination of his pain came when he committed suicide in 2009 at 38.

GoDaddy founder under fire for elephant hunt: The CEO of GoDaddy.com on Friday defended an online video that shows him shooting and killing an elephant in Zimbabwe.

12 killed in Afghan Quran burning protests: Twelve people were killed Friday in an attack on a U.N. compound in northern Afghanistan that followed a demonstration against the reported burning last month of a Quran in Florida, authorities said.

Last island prison in U.S. closes: For over a century the picturesque waters around McNeil Island had a job to do: they kept the inmates in. But after 135 years, Friday will be closing time at McNeil and the water off its shores will no longer be needed to deter escaping prisoners.

Missing cobra found alive in Bronx Zoo: An Egyptian cobra that drew thousands of Twitter fans has been found alive after it went missing for days from a New York City zoo.

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The day's most popular stories
March 31st, 2011
10:54 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse:

Two states report radiation in milk: There is no health risk from consuming milk with extremely low levels of radiation, like those found in Washington state and California, experts said Thursday, echoing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Found documents shed light on MLK killer: Recently discovered photos and letters are giving an inside look at the man convicted of assassinating the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

Missing cobra found alive in Bronx Zoo: An Egyptian cobra that drew thousands of Twitter fans has been found alive after it went missing for days from a New York City zoo.

Prince William won't wear a wedding band: Prince William is going to eschew the modern-day tradition of men wearing wedding bands.

'Albany Seven' claim $319M jackpot: Seven New Yorkers claimed a $319 million jackpot in the multistate Mega Millions lottery Thursday.


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The day's most popular stories
Darbesh Khan had to watch his youngest daughter being whipped for committing adultery, despite her claims of innocence.
March 30th, 2011
11:13 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse.

Body of missing Ohio mother found: The mother-in-law of a 25-year-old woman found dead in a septic system provided investigators with details where the corpse was located, police said Wednesday.

Only 14, Bangladeshi girl was lashed to death: Hena Akhter's last words to her mother proclaimed her innocence. But it was too late to save the 14-year-old girl.

Parents sue over photos of slain daughter: The parents of a murder victim are suing Facebook after a paramedic pleaded guilty to photographing their daughter's corpse and posting the image to the social networking site, according to court documents.

High radiation levels near nuclear plant: The chairman of the Japanese company that owns the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant said Wednesday it has no choice but to decommission four of the plant's six reactors.

Leaping sea creatures: Do we need bigger boats? Has Aquaman's telepathic message been scrambled? Are the buddies of "Jaws" seeking revenge? Actually, many ocean animals jump out of the water when either chasing prey or trying to elude a predator.

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The day's most popular stories
The eagle ray that fell onto Jenny Hausch weighed about 300 pounds.
March 29th, 2011
10:50 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse.

Eagle ray pins woman in boat: An eagle ray weighing as much as 300 pounds landed on top of a woman on a boat in the Florida Keys last week, throwing her to the deck and pinning her underneath it.

Pilot finds hole in plane's fuselage: FBI investigators were working Tuesday to discover what caused a small hole in the body of a US Airways jet.

Girl, denied access to U.S., will try again: A 4-year-old U.S. citizen who was unable to enter the country this month because of a possible communications mix-up is expected to attempt the journey again on Wednesday, according to her lawyer.

American students a no-show in Acapulco: Folk musician Raymundo Oregon knows Acapulco's seasons and the tourists. He's seen the good times and the bad, and this is definitely a low point for his beloved coastal city.

Explosions in Tripoli, 'carnage' in Misrata: Forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi went on the attack Tuesday, pushing opposition fighters back to the outskirts of a key oil town, rebels said.

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The day's most popular stories
Joran Van der Sloot is accused of murdering Stephany Flores in Peru in 2010.
March 26th, 2011
11:07 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories in the past 24 hours on CNN.com, according to NewsPulse.

One winner for Friday's Mega Millions lottery: One lucky winner in upstate New York chose the right numbers in Friday night's Mega Millions lottery, in which last-minute ticket sales increased the jackpot from $312 million to $319 million, New York Lottery spokeswoman Carolyn Hapeman said Saturday.

Van der Sloot lied about using laptop, source says: The laptop belonging to Joran Van der Sloot was turned off the night he is suspected of having killed a young Peruvian woman in Lima, suggesting he lied to investigators when he said he attacked her after she read an e-mail on his computer connecting him to missing American teenager, Natalee Holloway, a source said Friday.

Libyan woman tells her story of rape: Breakfast at a Tripoli hotel housing international journalists took a decidedly grim turn Saturday when a desperate Libyan woman burst into the building frantic to let the world know she had been raped and beaten by Moammar Gadhafi's militia.

Geraldine Ferraro was a 'gutsy pioneer,' Mondale says: Geraldine Ferraro, who trailblazed American politics for women when she became the vice presidential candidate of the Democratic Party, died Saturday, according to a family statement. She was 75.

Disabled mom wins visitation rights: A California judge ruled Friday that a woman who suffered severe brain damage during the birth of her triplets must be granted visitation rights to see them.

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