Here's a look at what's trending for Thurs., Feb. 7:
Celebrities jump in on the gun control debate
When you look at what's trending online, there are few things appearing on Facebook and Twitter feeds more often than posts about gun control, and the issue is only gaining attention since the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary.
This week, celebrities are joining the debate in Washington and leaving the red carpet for the white house, asking congress to enact new control laws.
Celebrities like Tony Bennett, Jamie Foxx, and Chris Rock were sponsored by the group Mayors Against Illegal Guns.
Walmart cashier becomes Facebook sensation
A video of a Walmart cashier in West Virginia became a Facebook sensation.
After just a few days, Kayla Sloan is now up to more than 7,000 shares after a random customer took a video of her singing and posted it online.
Now, Kayla is a household name, and her checkout line is packed with customers.
Couple named longest married couple in US
This next story was all over Yahoo and other web sites, and it might be the sweetest thing you'll see all day.
This Connecticut couple is being named the longest married couple in the country by a Christian marriage enrichment group. John and Ann Betar got hitched 80 years ago on Nov. 25, 1932. He's 101, and she's 97.
They said the secret to their long marriage is compromise and not holding grudges.
Goat runs wild in New York
You can see a lot of interesting on the streets of New York, but in Brooklyn, something even surprised police recently. We don't know where in the world this guy came from, but a goat went running amuck.
They chased him all over town, and eventually a security guard saved the day.
The goat was taken to an animal shelter.