Top Trenders: Nailbiting Game for U.S. Soccer Fans

Top Trenders: Nailbiting Game for U.S. Soccer Fans

The United States was 30 seconds away from beating Portugal at the World Cup when the team gave up a game-changing goal.
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President Obama has announced a plan to help save America's honey bees. According to the White House, at least 90 commercially grown crops in North America rely on honey bee pollination. The Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Agriculture will spearhead an effort to determine why honey bees, monarch butterflies and other pollinators are dwindling and find ways to boost their conservation.

Number 4
At least 20 people were arrested Saturday night in Pennsylvania after a Luke Bryan concert. City police made arrests for fighting and disorderly conduct, but most of the problems were alcohol related. Folks were passed out on top of parked cars and one concert goer even tried to steal a news camera. Security was stepped up this year, after a Kenny Chesney concert in 2013 left behind huge piles of trash.

Number 3
Tracy Morgan's publicist says the actor-comedian has been transferred to an undisclosed rehab center, where he will recover for the next few weeks. Morgan was badly injured in a collision on June 7 when a Walmart truck slammed into his limo bus on the New Jersey turnpike. Morgan was hospitalized with broken ribs, a broken nose, a broken femur and a broken leg. The Walmart truck driver, Kevin Roper, has pleaded not guilty.

Number 2
Your Starbucks latte could cost you more starting tomorrow, because the coffee giant is raising its prices. On average, a Starbucks drink will cost between 5 and 20 cents more. The price change will be different in different areas of the country. Starbucks is also raising the price of its packaged coffee sold in grocery stores by about 8 percent. Customers can expect to pay about a dollar more per 12-ounce bag.

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A nail biter for U.S. soccer fans. The United States was 30 seconds away from beating Portugal at the World Cup when the team gave up a game-changing goal. Portugal's Silvestre Varela scored in the final seconds of stoppage time to even the score at two-all. With the draw, the two teams are still in position to qualify for the knockout round. The U.S. Will face Germany at noon on Thursday, and Portugal will face off with Ghana at the same time.
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