NUMBER 5 - JONAS BROTHERS CANCEL TOUR
The Jonas Brothers don't seem to be singing the same tune. The group has canceled their planned concert tour because of "a deep rift within the band," according to a representative. Apparently there was a big disagreement over their music direction. Brothers Nick, Joe and Kevin had scheduled 19 shows, beginning Friday. Fans who already bought tickets can get refunds from the vendor who sold them.
NUMBER 4 - KARDASHIAN SHOW TO GO ON
Despite a break-up between the queen of the Kardashian clan and her husband, the show must go on. TMZ reports "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" will remain in production even though Kris and Bruce Jenner are separating after 22 years of marriage. Also, Khloe Kardashian's husband Lamar Odom has pleaded "not guilty" to a drunk driving charge. Odom was most recently in the news after reportedly ditching rehab after only a day.
NUMBER 3 - ROLLER COASTER GETS STUCK
Thrill seekers got more than they bargained for Wednesday night at Universal Studios in Orlando. Twelve people on the 65-mile-per-hour Rip Ride Rocket Coaster were left trapped at the top of the coaster, at an angle of nearly 90 degrees! After being suspended nearly 170 feet above ground for nearly three hours, Orlando firefighters were able to rescue all the passengers.
NUMBER 2 - U.S. CUTS MILITARY FUNDING AID TO EGYPT
The Obama administration says it's cutting off hundreds of millions of dollars of military aid to Egypt. According to senior White House officials, that means an immediate halt to a $260 million cash transfer and the suspension of large-scale military systems like Apache helicopters and harpoon anti-ship missiles. Officials said some of the aid will be "repurposed" to benefit the Egyptian people. Humanitarian aid to the country will continue.
NUMBER 1 - FEDERAL RESERVE NOMINEE
Wednesday President Barack Obama revealed his pick for the next head of the Federal Reserve. The Washington Post reports that Janet Yellen's official interview to become the nation's economist-in-chief lasted less than an hour. If confirmed by the Senate, Yellen will make history as the first woman to ever lead the central bank.