Daily roundup of what's hot online right now with a singer on "America's Got Talent" who was busted by TMZ for providing a fake photo of himself in Afghanistan, NASA's tribute to Ray Bradbury and more.
Trending topic: 'America's Got Talent'
Monday's "America's Got Talent" featured a contestant who wowed judges with his voice and won them over with his sad story about being injured by a grenade in combat while serving in Afghanistan, and he even brought a picture of himself in uniform. However, TMZ.com says they discovered that the person in the picture is not Timothy Poe –– it is Staff Sgt. Norman Bone, and he is contacting the Army's legal department to see what options he has against Poe. Click the link above to read the TMZ story.
Check this out: NASA's tribute to Ray Bradbury
In honor of Ray Bradbury, who died Tuesday at the age of 91, NASA has posted a video of the sci-fi author reading his poem, "If Only We Had Taller Been," in 1971. At the time, NASA's Mariner 9 Mars orbiter was on the verge of success, and Bradbury was asked to join a panel of discussion at Caltech. Click the link above to watch the video.
VIdeo: 40 years after 'napalm girl' photo
AP 'napalm girl' photo from Vietnam War turns 40. In the picture, the girl will always be 9 years old and wailing "Too hot! Too hot!" as she runs down the road away from her burning Vietnamese village. Scroll down to watch interviews with the photographer and the girl in the photo.
-- GateHouse News Service