What’s Trending at 5:30 July 17, 2013 & The Conversation Continues

Time for what's trending at 5:30…

A fisherman in Nantucket hooked a 7-foot, 200 pound shark and spent about 45 minutes trying to reel it in.

Well he had no success so he took matters into his own hands, literally.

He handed the pole to his cousin, ran into the water and wrestled the shark onto shore.

He posed for some pictures, then released the unharmed shark.

The fisherman says he has caught more than 100 sharks in the
past 8 months, most in Florida.

A Pennsylvania man was briefly the richest man on the planet!

When Chris Reynolds opened his monthly email statement from Paypal, it said he had more than 92 -quadrillion- dollars in his account!!!

It obviously was a mistake that Paypal quickly realized and fixed.
PayPal apologized and offered to donate an unspecified amount of money to a cause of Reynolds' choice.

Reynolds said he would probably offer to pay down the national debt.

If you bought Skechers' booty-firming Shape Ups, you could find yourself getting a check in the mail.

The Federal trade Commission is sending more than a  half million checks to consumers who bought the so-called toning shoes.

The company agreed to pay a 40-million dollar settlement after it was accused of deceiving consumers with false promises, saying the shoes would help people lose weight and strengthen muscles.

Rolling Stone magazine infuriated many readers after it put Boston bombing suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev on its August cover.

CVS corporation says it will not sell the current issue of Rolling Stone magazine in its stores in response to the issue.

Critics say the magazine is glamorizing terrorism.

There's now a 'boycott rolling stone' campaign on Twitter.  

The magazine says the feature may explain why Tsarnaev and his brother were linked to radical Islam.
Parents keep many mementos for their child's younger years.

Ultrasound images are often one of the first items.

Coming up, we'll tell you what one company has created for parents.

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