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Top Trenders: Taco Bell to Roll Out Ordering App

Want your Nachos Bell Grande even faster? There's an app for that, or at least there will be soon.
Here are your Top Trenders for Monday, February 17th!

NUMBER 5 - TACO BELL APP
Can you make fast food even faster? Well that's what Taco Bell hopes to do, when it rolls out nationwide mobile ordering later this year. The restaurant is developing an app that will allow customers to order and pay for their food using a cell phone. McDonald's and Chick-Fil-A are reportedly testing a mobile app too.

NUMBER 4 - JIMMY FALLON TAKES OVER "TONIGHT SHOW"
Comedian Jimmy Fallon takes the reigns of NBC's iconic "Tonight Show" Monday night. Fallon picks up where Jay Leno left off and becomes the show's sixth host in 60 years. First guests are set to include actor Will Smith and the band U2. The show has also moved, from Los Angeles back to New York. It has not been taped there since 1972, when Johnny Carson moved it to the West Coast.

NUMBER 3 - ELLEN PAGE COMES OUT
Actress Ellen Page has revealed that she's gay. Page came out at the inaugural Time to Thrive conference in Las Vegas, a three-day conference to promote the safety and well-being of young people in the LGBT community. She says she has suffered for years because she was afraid of coming out, but decided to take a stand and join others fighting for equal rights in the gay community.

NUMBER 2 - REPORT: INCOGNITO HARASSED MARTIN, AND OTHERS
The results of an independent investigation into the Miami Dolphins' bullying scandal has been released. Jonathan Martin left the team last year, after what he called a pattern of harassment. Days later, fellow lineman Richie Incognito was suspended. The report found Incognito and two other players harassed martin, another offensive lineman and an assistant trainer. The harassment included "racial slurs," "homophobic name-calling" and "improper physical touching."

NUMBER 1 - TRAVEL HEADACHE
Travel headaches continue for airline passengers, still stranded at airports after winter storms slammed parts of the country this week. Thousands of flights have been delayed or canceled across the country. Airports struggled all weekend to clear snow and ice. As of Monday morning at XNA, all flights to Chicago are canceled. Remember to call your airline for details, not the airport.

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