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Top Trenders: 96,000 Pounds of Hot Dogs Recalled

Kraft is recalling the Oscar Mayer Classic Weiners packages because they may be mislabeled.
Here are your Top Trenders for Monday, April 21st!

NUMBER 5 - NO COMMENT FROM WHITE HOUSE ON BIEBER PETITION
The White House has declined to comment on a petition to deport Justin Bieber and revoke his green card. We the People whitehouse.gov petitions qualify for response when they receive more than a 100,000 signatures within 30 days. But the system does allow the executive office to dodge comments. More than 273,000 people signed the petition, which calls Bieber "a terrible influence on our nation's youth."

NUMBER 4 - KRAFT HOT DOG RECALL
Kraft is recalling 96,000 pounds of hot dogs over incorrect labels. Federal officials say the Oscar Mayer Classic Weiners packages at the center of the recall may contain cheese dogs, but the labels do not include milk as an ingredient. Kraft says it's voluntarily recalling the hot dogs "because they may be mislabeled." The 16-ounce packages were produced in March and distributed throughout the U.S.

NUMBER 3 - BURGLAR CAUGHT ON CAM ARRESTED
A Texas man is arrested for burglary after he was recorded in a disturbing video. Christopher Gomez, 18, is accused in several home burglaries. He's the guy seen in a viral home video we showed you last week. The video went viral after the homeowners discovered this stranger sneaking through their baby's nursery. Tips from the public helped investigators catch Gomez.

NUMBER 2 - DISCOVERY CHANNEL CANCELS MT. EVEREST SPECIAL
The Discovery Channel is canceling a special on Mt. Everest after Friday's tragedy on the mountain. The move follows the deaths of 13 sherpa guides in an avalanche Friday. Three others are still missing and at least a half dozen people were injured. Nepal officials say Friday's accident is the single deadliest ever on the world's highest mountain. The climbers and guides had been preparing the camps along the route in preparation for the upcoming climbing season.

NUMBER 1 - COLUMBINE ANNIVERSARY
Sunday marked 15 years since one of the deadliest mass shootings in American history. On April 20, 1999, two students attacked classmates and staff at Columbine High School, in Littleton, Colorado. The massacre killed 12 students and a teacher. Both teen gunmen then killed themselves. The campus library, where most of the killings took place, was later demolished and replaced with a student memorial.
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