NUMBER 5 - SHARK ATTACKS SWIMMER
A swimmer who was attacked by a great white shark in southern California on Saturday met with one of the men who rescued him on Sunday. Dedicated long-distance swimmer, Steve Robles, is in stable condition after being attacked by a great white shark near Los Angeles. The seven-foot great white bit the swimmer's right rib. A group of about 50 beachgoers paddled out to Robles, and pushed him in on top of a surfboard.
NUMBER 4 - NEW DETAILS IN HOT CAR DEATH CASE
New details in the case against Justin Ross Harris, the Georgia father accused of murder after leaving his toddler son in a hot car for seven hours. X-rated text messages were allegedly exchanged the day the boy died, including a conversation between Harris and a then 16-year-old girl. Internet searches also revealed that Harris watched videos about the dangers of being trapped in a hot car, and he visited a web forum devoted to the "child-free" lifestyle.
NUMBER 3 - PISTORIUS TRIAL NEARS END
The murder trial of Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius resumed Monday, in what could be the final day of testimony. Prosecutors will cross-examine the final defense witness, a sports medicine doctor. Outside the courtroom, the defense team is furious after an Australian TV network aired a re-enactment video commissioned for trial prep. The video shows Pistorius demonstrating the events from the night of the murder, while walking on his "stumps" without his prosthetic legs.
NUMBER 2 - POPE TO MEET WITH CHURCH SEX ABUSE VICTIMS
Pope Francis is scheduled to meet with victims of the church's clergy sex abuse scandal today. It will be the first such meetings since Francis became pope in March of last year. Six victims, all from Europe, will meet with the pope at his private residence at the Vatican. Pope Francis has come out in support of victims and has promised "zero tolerance" going forward.
NUMBER 1 - TSA ELECTRONICS REGULATIONS
Powering off your cell phone before boarding a flight, and keeping it off, could become a thing of the past, for some international airports. The TSA is zeroing in on cell phones in its latest strategy to be a step ahead of terrorist organizations. Some overseas airports with flights coming into the U.S. are being mandated to have all cell phones and other electronic devices pass additional inspection. Devices that fail to power up will not be permitted onboard.