Here are some of the most popular online searches for June 20, 2012.
The founder of Wikileaks, who is wanted on sex charges in Sweden, decided to played a new hand in his legal fight.
Julian Assange will be arrested by police in London if he ever comes out of the embassy of Ecuador. Assange is asking for political asylum.
Assange says he's afraid the Swedish government will turn him over to the United States, where he could be prosecuted for his role of leaking classified documents.
The Rolling Stones
If you ever had the opportunity to see The Rolling Stones in concert, it was something to remember.
The Rolling Stones is strongly considering at least one live concert later this year to mark the group's 50th anniversary.
The band gathered in late April in New York for a full week of rehearsals. The Stones also are said to still be considering a tour in 2013.
U.S. Open "Bird Caller"
It was the bird call That stole the show from all the birdies Webb Simpson made to win the U.S. Open.
He was giving the victory interview when all of a sudden Andrew Dudley "cawed" in front of the camera.
The U.S. Open didn't press charges.
Dudley is a "strange bird." He calls himself "jungle bird" and does his cawing to stop people from cutting down trees.
For those of you who haven't been outside. It's warm. It's the first official day of summer and the summer solstice will hit at 6:09pm.
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