Syracuse University has taken the throne as the number one party school in the nation, according to Princeton Review. Syracuse beat out last year's titleholder, the University of Iowa, kicking it to the number two spot. The University of California at Santa Barbara comes in third. West Virginia University holds onto fourth place. The lists are based on surveys of 130,000 students at the schools.
#4: New Cinderella on Broadway
20-year-old actress Keke Palmer has a few tricks up her sleeve. The actress will be the first African American to play Cinderella on Broadway, on top of being the youngest talk show host in TV history. On Monday she tweeted, "I'm sooooo excited to be doing Broadway for the first time, as Cinderella!! Dreams do come true!!" Also a first, "The View" co-host Sherri Shepherd will play Cinderella's wicked stepmother, making her Broadway debut.
#3: Collision in Times Square
Two double decker sight seeing buses collided on the east side of Times Square on Tuesday. The force of the crash brought down a light pole into the plaza. A witness says the tour bus was speeding down 7th Avenue when she had to grab her daughter out of the way before the buses collided. It's not clear if the driver suffered any injuries. At least 11 people were injured in the accident.
#2: Another Breach
Time to change your passwords, again! Russian criminals have stolen 1.2 billion internet user names and passwords, according to security firm, Hold Security. It could be the biggest theft of digital credentials in history. Computer crooks took user data from more than 420,000 small and large websites. Experts say they will use the information to send out those annoying spam emails for fake products. No major email providers were affected.
#1: Ebola Update
The second U.S. Ebola patient arrived in Georgia on Tuesday for treatment as U.S. health officials work to figure out just how the two Americans were infected. Missionary Nancy Writebol landed in a specially equipped air ambulance. Yesterday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it's still working to complete its investigation. Both Kevin Brantly and Writebol were given an experimental, U.S. manufactured drug in Liberia.