Weekly PULSEon April 10, 2012 at 9:49 PM
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- He said, she said in Smash Mouth bassist’s “extreme” domestic violence situation.
- The nation’s biggest carriers are banding together with law enforcement to make stolen cell phone’s useless to criminals.
- Thanks to a class action lawsuit GameStop ‘DLC Warning’ now obligatory in California.
- Maryland becomes first state to ban employers from asking for your social media passwords.
- UK’s One Direction gets sued by American band with the same name.
- Canadian woman accused of aggravated stalking Alec Baldwin gets arraigned.
- Runner goes after NFL agent’s client, claims to work for International Athlete Management.
- Investors sue after putting up money for movie about New York Yankees.
- Restructuring MLB reliever contracts by killing the ‘save’ metric.
- Obama, Romney support letting women join Augusta National .
- Arizona Cardinals could sue the city of Glendale for loss of parking.
- It appears that Bill Parcells is out as the Saints next head coach.
- Bobby Petrino fired as Arkansas head coach.
- Marlins’ Ozzie Guillen suspended five games for comments.
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