Here are some of the popular online searches for Monday, July 16, 2012.
Mermaid: The Body Found
It appears a lot of people got fooled again by a documentary on "mythical" sea creatures.
Discovery Channel aired "Mermaids: The Body Found' on Sunday night. The show is branded as "science-fiction." The program was debunked twice and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Organization even got involved.
It put a statement on its website saying "no evidence of aquatic humanoids has ever been found."
Madonna faces a lawsuit because of a video she used during a concert in Paris. It shows the leader of the National Front Party, a far right political group, with a swastika on her forehead.
The video has been shown at other concerts, but the party warned it would take legal action if Madonna used it in France.
The National Front is trying to fight a racist and anti-Semitic image.
Sage Stallone Suicide
Toxicology tests on Sage Stallone won't be back for at least six weeks. The 36-year old son of actor Sylvester Stallone was found dead in his home Friday.
His father released a statement, calling for an end to the "speculation and questionable reporting" about his son's death.
Mark Zuckerberg Mortgage
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg gives new meaning to the term "the one percent." Public records show he recently refinanced his six million dollar mortgage, with a 30-year adjustable-rate loan. Starting at 1.05 percent.
Granted, lending rates are at historic lows. However, the borrowing costs available to high-net-worth people are even lower.
If that person is willing to take the risk of an "adjustable rate loan."
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