If you're just rolling out of bed, here's a look at the big stories from overnight. These are your Top Trenders this morning.
Number 5: A new way to search on Facebook.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled the new search feature on the world's biggest online social network.
Called Graph Search, the new service lets users search their social connections for information about people, interests, photos and places.
Until now, users were unable to search for friends who live in a certain town, or like a particular movie.
Zuckerberg says the search feature is "privacy aware," which means users can only search for content that has been shared with them.
Number 4: Eighteen human heads discovered at a Chicago airport.
Employees at O'Hare found the frozen heads during routine x-ray screenings of cargo.
The heads were stored in formaldehyde, inside sealed containers.
It turns out they were used for medical research in Europe and were being returned for cremation in Illinois.
Number 3: Horse meat hamburgers.
The Irish Food Safety Authority found horse DNA in 10 out of 27 burgers it tested in Ireland and Britain.
The horse-tainted burgers are on sale in supermarket chains in those countries, testing the appetite of meat lovers there.
Food safety officials say there is no clear explanation for the presence of the horse meat.
Number 2: Legal trouble for Lance Armstrong?
The confession from Lance Armstrong to Oprah Winfrey could mean legal trouble for the cyclist.
For more than a decade, he denied doping again and again, and hauled into court many of those who questioned his integrity or insinuated that he used performance enhancing drugs.
Now that he's coming clean, Armstrong could face multiple counter lawsuits.
Number 1: President Obama's sweeping gun control proposals.
Today the White House will unveil its recommendations to reduce gun violence in the country.
The president is expected to push for universal background checks for gun owners and a ban on assault weapons and high capacity magazines.
Opponents, led by the National Rifle Association, are promising a political fight against any gun control measures that violate the constitutional right to bear arms.
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