LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here's a look at what's trending on the web today!
Police in Houston said someone stole more than a half-million dollars from Joel Osteen's church. The story is popular online today.
A thief cracked the mega church's safe and walked away with about $200,000 in cash and $400,000 in checks.
It is believed that the burglary took place between Sunday afternoon and Monday morning.
Police aren't sure if the act was caught on security video or who may have had access to the vault.
The non-denominational Lakewood church released a statement saying its leadership is sad about the theft.
More than 40,000 people attend each Sunday.
Fond of giving people orders or domineering, that's the definition of being bossy.
It may not sound negative but according to a new campaign, it is.
Celebrities like Beyonce, Jennifer Garner, and Jane Lynch are among the celebrities joining Girl Scouts of America in the "Ban Bossy" campaign.
It urges people to ban the term "bossy" in association with powerful women.
The campaign's website, Leanin.org, is filled with stories and quotes from prominent women who talk about being a boss and a leader.
These women fear young girls are twice as likely as boys to worry that leadership roles will make them seem 'bossy'.
A five-century old wine cup is set to fetch up to $35 million at auction next month.
The painted cup is only one of 15 in the world saved from the Chinese Ming dynasty.
The same cup was sold in a 1999 auction for $4 million dollars.
Experts say its popularity in China is equivalent to how the west cherishes the Mona Lisa painting.
If you haven't heard your friends or co-workers talking about "stroller dad," you will soon.
He's the Mets fan who let go of his son's stroller on a hill to catch a fly ball. It happened during a spring training game.
While the dad didn't catch the baseball, he made the most important catch of the day: running to grab the roll away wagon.
In dad's defense, he says he wanted the ball to give to his son.