SUMMARY: View what Google considers to be the fastest rising search trends in the USA, complete with related photos and news articles.
Looking to see what everyone's looking for on Google? What are the hottest searches for the last few days whether they relate to sports, celebrities, movies, politics, technology, or other news?
The "Google Hot Searches" page shows what Google considers to be the "fastest rising search terms" in the United States. These top items contain photographs and related news articles, giving you instant access to more information about what Google's algorithms determine to be on everyone's mind on a given day. Related searches are also provided, and you can share a hot search with others via Google+, Twitter, or Facebook .
For example, after a great NBA Finals performance, Kevin Durant was considered to be a "Hot Search". "Apple" was on this list after WWDC 2012. And the controversial "Pacquiao vs Bradley Results" also made this list.
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