NUMBER 5 - KIMYE PROPOSAL LAWSUIT
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have filed a lawsuit over a leaked marriage proposal video. They accuse the co-founder of YouTube, Chad Hurley, of secretly recording West's proposal to Kardashian. The video shows the singer popping the question at San Francisco's AT&T Park. The suit contends Hurley illegally published the video of the couple's engagement, to boost his new website.
NUMBER 4 - MARVIN GAYE'S FAMILY SUES ROBIN THICKE
Speaking of lawsuits, singer Robin Thicke is the target of a lawsuit by the family of legendary R&B star Marvin Gaye. The problem? Thicke's summer hit "Blurred Lines." Gaye's children say the song is a rip-off of Gaye's 1977 number one hit "Got to Give it Up." They also accuse Thicke of stealing material from Gaye's hit "After the Dance" for his 2011 record "Love After War."
NUMBER 3 - FACEBOOK LOSING TEENS?
Bad news for Facebook! The company's stock lost steam after it admitted young teens are losing interest in the site. Last quarter, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said it "just isn't true" that the company has a problem with the teen market. However, this quarter, CFO David Ebersman says the company saw a decrease in daily users.
NUMBER 2 - NY BAKERY MISTAKENLY LISTED AS OBAMACARE SITE
It sure doesn't look like a place to sign up for Obamacare. But, many New Yorkers are calling Brooklyn Cupcake, trying to get health care information. The state health department mistakenly named the shop as an Obamacare enrollment site and their phone number was given out as well. The bakery manager says they are getting 20 to 25 calls a day from people wanting info on health care policies.
NUMBER 1 - DRUG TUNNEL DISCOVERED IN CALIFORNIA
A major drug bust in San Diego. Police found a sophisticated drug tunnel that went from Tijuana, Mexico to the United States and was a long as six football fields. This tunnel had an electric rail system, ventilation and even hydraulic steel doors. In addition to shutting it down police made three arrests, seized more than eight tons of marijuana, and 325 pounds of cocaine.