Weekly PULSEon February 8, 2012 at 8:37 AM
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- A federal judge rules that the stars of the TLC show “Sister-Wives” may continue to pursue their lawsuit challenging Utah’s bigamy law.
- M.I.A. flipped the bird during the Superbowl half-time show, and as a result the F.C.C. could fine NBC up to $325,000.
- Georgia judge orders rapper Bow Wow to be arrested on sight for failing to pay bus bill.
- The European Human Rights court has rejected Princess Caroline’s argument that pictures of her in the media are an invasion of her privacy.
- Roseanne Barr is on the California ballot as a Green Party candidate for president.
- Angry old man tries to call the cops on Biebettes.
- Top high school linebacker Cassanove McKinzy signs a letter of intent with Auburn in part because he was not happy with the size of Clemson’s on-campus Chick-Fil-A.
- Ruling on cyclist Alberto Contador’s positive drug test expected soon.
- THR takes a look at two First Amendment Super Bowl issues related to halftime performer MIA and an unaired commercial.
- Next year Memphis will be joining the Big East.
- Texas Rangers hire staff assistant to help Josh Hamilton.
- Barry Bonds gets a ‘bat’ exception as part of his probation terms.
- San Diego City Attorney’s Office decides not to pursue charges against NBA star Kobe Bryant.
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