What's trending, you ask? How about a live chat on Twitter tonight?
Less than a week after the death of Osama bin Laden sparked a wave of patriotic excitement across the country, pop superstar Beyoncé has cranked out a charity single to benefit the widows and children of the victims of the September 11th attack.
The Tom Cruise flyboy classic "Top Gun" is back in theaters this weekend only for its 25th anniversary, and it's bringing back a lot of memories. For us, those memories include playing the soundtrack in the car until the tape wore out.
When a radio station is trending on Twitter we take notice. And this week a local college station has been on a lot of people's minds and keyboards.
The passing of Norio Ohga, the Sony executive credited with creating the CD as we know it, prompted WTOP's Nathan Hager to ask you what the first CD you ever bought was. Here's some of your answers.
Lady Gaga's at the top of the pop world, and musicians know imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But when Weird Al Yankovic asked Mama Monster's people for her blessing to do a parody of "Born This Way," he was told Gaga said no.
A snippet of Lady Gaga's latest single, "Judas," found its way online days before its scheduled April 19 release. So Gaga took the "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" approach and released the single four days early, on April 15.
April 16, 2011, is Record Store Day. It's an annual observance held every third Saturday in April to celebrate the joys of all things vinyl.
Charlie Sheen set the land-speed record for reaching a million Twitter followers and turned #winning into the hashtag heard around the world, but now that the fired "Two and a Half Men" star has taken his "Violent Torpedo of Truth" on the road, it hasn't exactly hit the mark.
It's a double dose of what's trending this week, with new music from Radiohead and the Foo Fighters.
Who says newspapers are dead? Certainly not Radiohead.
It's been a couple weeks - an eternity by the blink-and-you-missed-it standards of the Internet, but for whatever reason, the Twittersphere just can't seem to get enough of one Rebecca Black.
The pop superstar who sang "Hit me baby, one more time" is hoping the third time will be the charm for her career comeback. And for fans of Britney Spears, the waiting ends March 29, when her new album "Femme Fatale" drops.
WTOP's Nathan Hager and Neal Augenstein discuss the latest song from a professional celebrity that has decided to try their hand as a pop singer - Kim Kardashian.