LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here's a look at what's trending today on the web.
Heracleion Photos: Lost Egyptian City Revealed After 1,200 Years Under Sea
It was more than just a good day of fishing for a group out on the Mediterranean Sea. They actually discovered artifacts of a city swallowed up more than 1,200 years ago.
They believe the artifacts come from the fabled city, Heracleion. The underwater archaeologist that discovered the city believes it was swallowed by the sea in the 8th century around 700 AD.
Soil erosion may have contributed to the city's demise. Some of the ruins were found up to 30 feet below the surface of the Mediterranean.
Excavation is ongoing, but so far, 64 ancient shipwrecks and more than 700 anchors have been unearthed from the mud of the bay.
Martha Stewart on Match.com? Don't laugh
Meeting the love of your life could be as easy as logging in online. Thousands each year find their soul mate on the World Wide Web, so why not Martha Stewart?
Stewart is looking for love and isn't afraid to put herself out there. The media magnate is on popular internet dating site Match.com.
Stewart told NBC that she's looking for mister right after she and her long-term boyfriend broke up a while ago. Stewart is letting fans of her magazine's Facebook page choose her profile photo -- either "normal" Martha with pearls, or sexy in lace.
The 71-year-old's profile name is "thelonggoodlife," which is also the name of her latest book.
PepsiCo pulls Mountain Dew ad dubbed racist
PepsiCo is pulling an online ad for Mountain Dew that was criticized for portraying racial stereotypes and making light of violence toward women.
In the 60-second spot developed by African-American rapper Tyler, The Creator, a battered white woman on crutches is urged by an officer to identify a suspect out of a lineup of black men played by members of a music group. A goat is included in the lineup.
The goat makes threatening remarks to the woman, such as "Ya better not snitch on a player" and "Keep ya mouth shut." She eventually screams and runs away.
PepsiCo Inc. apologized in a statement and said it understood how the ad could be offensive.
The company said the video has been removed from all Mountain Dew channels.
Netflix Instant: Nearly 2,000 Movies Removed From Streaming Service
After a rocky 2012, Netflix has been booming again this year gaining 3 million subscribers in the first quarter, but today they may have hit another speed bump.
About 2,000 older movie titles are disappearing from the company's popular instant streaming video service. Titles from Warner Bros., MGM, and Universal will vanish from the service today.
The movie company is downplaying the loss of movies, saying it's something they deal with as licensing deals expire, and 500 new movies will be added.