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Top Trenders: 4 Dead After Train Derailment in New York

Here are your top trending stories for Monday, December 2!
Number 5
The hit Fox show "Glee" is giving it's fans the power to control the track list for its 100th show. On the show's website, gleeks can choose from 30 previously performed hits. Song choices include Artie's version of "Safety Dance," Santana's version of "Valerie," and the New Direction's version of "Keep Holding On." The top 10 songs will be remixed and performed on the 100th show, which airs March 18.

Number 4
Black Friday sales were down this year for the first time since 2009. Instead, many shoppers got an early start and took advantage of sales on Thanksgiving Day! "Shoppertrak" reported a 2.3 percent increase in spending on Thursday, and Friday but sales at brick-and-mortar stores dropped off on Friday, falling an average of 4 percent, according to the National Retail Federation.

Number 3
Tens of thousands of Ukrainian protesters continue to take to the streets of Kiev In support of Ukraine's European integration. The demonstrators are calling for the president of Ukraine to resign, after he refused to sign an agreement establishing closer political and economic ties with the European Union.

Number 2
Paul Walker, the star of the "Fast and Furious" franchise, died in a fiery car crash in Valencia, California Saturday. A second person also died in the accident. According to his representative, Walker was not behind the wheel when the Prsche ran off the road and exploded in flames. Walker had been filming the latest installment of "The Fast and the Furious" at the time of his death.

Number 1
Four people are dead and more than 60 others injured after a train derailed in the Bronx Sunday. A commuter train jumped the tracks on its way to Grand Central Station from Poughkeepsie. The accident happened just feet from the Harlem River. Divers combed the waters for bodies and possible survivors. Federal authorities say they are just beginning to investigate what caused the accident.
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