Someone hacked the PBS website and posted a story that Tupac Shakur was alive and living in New Zealand. The hackers said the posting was in retaliation for a program called WikiSecrets, a documentary about the website WikiLeaks. Tupac Shakur was shot and killed in Las Vegas in 1996.
#4- Sean Kingston
The rapper was hospitalized after crashing a jet ski into a Miami bridge Sunday night. Kingston and a woman were injured. Both are being treated at a trauma center but their conditions have not been released. A representative for the rapper says Kingston is stable. Police are looking into the crash.
#3 - Sarah Palin
The former Alaska governor is taking a road trip. She was in Washington, D.C. over the weekend riding with Vietnam veterans. Palin jumped on a motorcycle with the Rolling Thunder group. They ride annually from the Pentagon to the Vietnam Memorial. Palin told reporters that she was "out here to support our vets and thank Rolling Thunder for keeping it alive, making sure that Americans don't forget it's our vets whom we owe a debt of gratitude." Palin's "One Nation" tour kicked off this weekend. She's expected to make several stops in New England.
#2 - Representative Anthony Weiner
The Congressman says his Twitter account was hacked. An indecent photo was sent from his account to a journalism student in Seattle. A spokesman for the Congressman called the hacking a distraction. After the incident Weiner tweeted: "Tivo shot. FB hacked. Is my blender gonna attack me next? #TheToasterIsVeryLoyal".
#1 - Bigfoot Sighting
A Spokane, Washington woman claims to have caught the creature on camera. She was hiking in the woods at the time. In the video, the shot's a bit grainy. It was captured on an iPhone. But you can see the "beast" in the top right corner running through the woods. The woman says she didn't even realize she had Bigfoot on camera until she got home and watched the footage.