NUMBER 5 - MILEY CYRUS HOSPITALIZED
Miley Cyrus canceled her Tuesday night concert in Kansas City because of an illness. Her rep tells CNN she was hospitalized for "a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics." The singer tweeted an apology and photo to fans from her hospital bed. This isn't the first health issue she's had to deal with during her Bangerz tour. Cyrus fell ill with the flu earlier this month, canceling a concert in North Carolina.
NUMBER 4 - ROLLING STONES ANNIVERSARY
Today marks 50 years since The Rolling Stones released their first album. The self-titled album was released in the U.K. April 16, 1964. It wasn't released in the United States until May. Although never cracking the Top 10 in the Billboard Top 50, it charted for 35 weeks.
NUMBER 3 - GM UNVEILS NEW CONVERTIBLE
General Motors officially unveiled what the automaker is calling the fastest convertible car it has ever produced. The unveiling took place at the New York Auto Show Tuesday. The Chevy Corvette Z06 Convertible is a rag-top version of the hard-top Z06 GM unveiled in Detroit in January. GM says the new convertible will able to accelerate from zero to 60 in under 3.5 seconds.
NUMBER 2 - BOSTON POLICE DETONATE TWO BAGS NEAR MARATHON
Boston police detonated two bags left near the marathon finish line Tuesday evening. One backpack was unattended, the other was worn by a man nearby, who was taken into custody. Boston police describe him as an "emotionally disturbed" man. The bomb squad inspected the bag left behind the Photo Bridge and detonated it just before 9:00 P.M. The second bag was detonated about 40 minutes later.
NUMBER 1 - FERRY SINKS OFF SOUTH KOREAN COAST
At least three people are dead and more than 100 unaccounted for, after a ferry started to sink off the coast of South Korea. The rescues dragged into the afternoon, Wednesday, as the massive ship sank into the waters of the east China Sea. Most of the passengers were high school students, traveling with teachers to the resort island of Jeju. The South Korean coast guard rushed to help the 474 people on board.