The five most popular stories on CNN.com in the past 24 hours, according to NewsPulse.
Amid Libya 'ceasefire,' violence in Misrata: Libya on Friday called for international observers to come and verify a cease-fire that witnesses say has failed to halt deadly fighting.
Japan crisis at 3 Mile Island level, agency says: The owner of the stricken nuclear power complex in northeastern Japan said Saturday that it will hike the radiation exposure limit for its workers at the plant from 100 millisieverts per shift to 150 millisieverts, Japan's public broadcaster NHK reported.
Weekend full moon biggest in about 20 years: If the moon looks a little bit bigger and brighter this weekend, there's a reason for that. It is.
Japan quake live blog: The latest development on the aftermath of a magnitude 9.0 earthquake that hit northern Japan on March 11, causing widespread devastation and crippling a nuclear power plant.
Bahrain demolishes monument, site of protests: The arrest in Bahrain of several prominent opposition figures has left the United States "deeply troubled," according to a statement Friday from the State Department.