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(CNN) - Drama breaks out on the set of "American idol."  Video obtained by TMZ, allegedly showed rapper Nicki Minaj having a few choice words for fellow Idol judge, Mariah Carey.

The incident reportedly happened during auditions in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Tuesday. TMZ says the feud allegedly was over a contestant's performance.  Reps for Minaj and Carey have been closed-lipped.  "Idol" host, Ryan Seacrest said quote-- "there was a very heated, intense argument toward the end of the day." Seacrest also said the producers called it a day despite a few contestants remaining.

It's the first time it's happened in 45 years-- baseball has a triple crown winner. Miguel Cabrera finished as the leader in the American League in batting average, home runs and RBI's.  The last time anyone finished atop all three categories was in 1967 when Boston's Carl Yastrzemski accomplished the feat.  Cabrera received a standing ovation when he left the field during the Detroit Tigers game against the Kansas City Royals.

(WAOW) - An 11 year old little girl gets a 335- pound bear on a bear hunt.  This wasn't any ordinary hunt.- Kaitlynn Bessette also needs a heart and liver transplant, but that hasn't stopped her from doing what she loves most.

Her wish was granted last Saturday when Kaitlynn went on a bear hunt in Junction City.  She says she was expecting to go home empty handed, but that wasn't the case.

Are you on facebook? that makes you one in a billion!  The world's largest social network announced this morning it has exceeded one billion users.  That means about one out of every seven people on the planet has a facebook account!  It took facebook six years to reach the 500-million user mark, and less than two years to double that.

Most of the newer users live outside North America, where growth has leveled off.  The next big potential target for facebook: China, which blocks the site from its citizens.  Facebook's most recent investor report said the company continues to evaluate ways to enter China.


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