Twoppics, the stories behind the hottest topics on Twitter...

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Your twoppic of the moment is Rodney King.  The man known for the police brutality video and trial that sparked riots in southern California in the 1990's has found himself in the back of a police car again, this time arrested for drinking and driving.  King admits to a long standing drinking problem, and it was the attempt by police to pull him over for DUI that led to the high-speed chase in 1991 that ended with officers being caught on video striking King as they arrested him.  Four officers faced charges, but three were acquitted and the fourth left a hung jury.  The ensuing riots left 55 dead and damage in excess of $1billion.  This time around, @TheChattyMomma...

@Cole_Foss77...

and @DeboTARANTINO_...

http://twitter.com/#!/DeboTARANTINO_/status/91270475258396672

Your twoppic of the day is Dear Netflix, as the Twitterverse sends Tweet letters to the movie company, which is set to make customers reach deeper in their pockets for their subscriptions...FOX News Radio's Sabrina Sabbagh.  So what does the Twittersphere think?  Well, they're overwhelmingly against it...@ItsCalledClass is cancelling...

@KallMeKing is considering...

and @Capt_Curmudgeon is cutting back...

Your top twoppic is the US Women's National Team (USWNT), which is heading to it's first World Cup Final since 1999, when it won it all on home soil.  Lauren Cheney, Abby Wambach and Alex Morgan scored in today's 3-1 win over France.  Next up, Japan in Sunday's championship.  The Japanese upset the host - and 2-time defending champs - Germany in quarters before beating Sweden 3-1 in their semifinal today.  The US beat Japan 2 times in one week this past May, picking up a pair of 2-0 decisions as both teams tuned up for the tournament.  Congratulatory messages are coming from all over...From everyday folks like @meghankling...

and @justinshirley...

to celebs like Tom Hanks...

and LeBron James...

I'm @Chris_Hoenig and those are your hot #Twoppics on FOX News Radio.