NUMBER 5 - CHELSEA CLINTON IS EXPECTING
Chelsea Clinton is going to be a mom! She broke the news of her pregnancy Thursday at a women's event in New York, while sharing the stage with her mother. She said, "I just hope I will be as good a mom to my child and hopefully children as my mom was to me." A spokesperson for Chelsea and her husband says they are expecting the child in the fall.
NUMBER 4 - "SCANDAL" STAR CAUGHT IN SCANDAL
A scandal for a "Scandal" star. Columbus Short's wife says he threatened to kill her and himself with a knife. According to court documents, Short has been in jail at least three times in the last three months for violence. Tanee McCall-Short has also filed for divorce. The couple has been married for nine years. At the advice of his attorney, the actor declined to comment on the accusation, but thanked his fans for their continued support.
NUMBER 3 - MICHAELS SECURITY BREACH
Michaels says a security breach at its stores lasted eight months and affected about three million customers. The news comes three months after the largest U.S. crafts chain told customers it learned of a possible hack. It's been investigating since then. Some credit and debit card numbers and expiration dates were compromised, but the company says there is no evidence that customer names or pins were stolen.
NUMBER 2 - SEARCH FOR FERRY SURVIVORS
Rescuers in South Korea are still holding out hope of finding survivors on board a sunken ferry. Crews have been trying to get inside the ship, but they've been struggling with terrible weather conditions. According to South Korea's government, 18 people are confirmed dead, and 278 are still missing. At least 179 people have been rescued. Officials now say the captain wasn't in the steering room when the ship started to sink, his third mate was in control.
NUMBER 1 - DEADLY MT. EVEREST AVALANCHE
Nine guides were killed and three others were seriously injured Friday after a high-altitude avalanche on Mt. Everest. Officials say a group of about 50 people were hit by the avalanche at more than 20,000 feet. Between May 15th and 30th is usually the best window for reaching the top of the mountain. Climbers arrive in April to acclimate to the altitude before heading toward the summit.