Kim Kardashian

Socialite Kim Kardashian is slowly fading from the nation's headlines and blogs. She knows this because she painstakingly searches for her name on social media networking sites and she checks Google trends to see if you're still searching for her name.

Unfortunately for Kardashian, Google Trends shows her popularity is declining. She's currently at her lowest point in terms of Google search results since this time last year.

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Dominique Maldonado

Rap mogul Andre 3000's latest squeeze, Dominique Maldonado, regularly went in on Dre's band member Big Boi on her social media accounts.

Apparently Dominique, whose Twitter handle is @SunshineDBaby, wasn't a fan of Outkast or Big Boi's lyrical skills back in the day.

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Marriott

On Sunday, Twitter user and video interviewer Quinton Washington visited the site in Charleston, S.C. where 9 members of Mother Emanuel AME Church were massacred in June.

Washington snapped a photo from a distance showing the 200-year-old church against a cloudy gray sky on a "warm, Sunday in December."

He uploaded the innocent-looking photo to his Twitter.com account, which was retweeted by 6 of his followers. But, apparently, 6 sets of eyes were too many for the staff at Marriott Courtyard Charleston Historic District hotel.

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Ethan Couch

Ethan Couch was 16 when he killed four people and injured 2 in a drunk driving crash near Fort Worth, Texas in 2013. A jury convicted him of various DUI and manslaughter charges, but a sympathetic judge sentenced him to 10 years probation because she believed his lawyer's "affluenza" argument that Couch was too rich to go to prison.

Now he's missing.

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Donald Trump and Muhammad Ali

Donald Trump has come under fire (again) for a making a factually incorrect statement.

The presidential frontrunner live-tweeted Obama's Oval Office address on Sunday night. During his address, Obama noted that "Muslim-Americans are our friends and our neighbors, our co- workers, our sports heroes."

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Ayesha Curry

NBA star Steph Curry defended his wife, Ayesha Curry, for statements she made on social media.

Ayesha gained newfound respect among conservative women when she took to social media to defend her traditional style of dress, saying she covers herself up in public. Ayesha added that her goodies are for her man's eyes only.

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