This is Sunday's edition of -- The Pulse.
Number five -- The San Francisco 49ers are heading to the Superbowl. The Niners came from behind to beat the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Championship game, 28 to 24. After the game, players said they prevailed because they refused to give up and stuck together as a team. The 49ers will play the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans.
Number four -- Barbara Walters is in the hospital. Walters took a fall last night on a step at the British Ambassador's residence in Washington and cut her forehead. The 83-year-old journalist and host of "The View" was taken to the hospital to be checked out. According to a statement from ABC News V.P. Jeffrey Schneider, "Barbara is alert and telling everyone what to do, which we all take as a very positive sign."
Number three -- Pope Benedict called for the end of massacres across the world and encouraged more dialogue and negotiations. The Pope spoke during the traditional Angelus Prayer and called for peace. The 85-year-old addressed thousands of people, calling on all world leaders to make further efforts to achieve peace.
Number two -- A traditional wreath laying ceremony kicked off the inauguration festivities in our nation's capitol. President Obama and Vice President Biden attended a traditional wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. Vice President Joe Viden was sworn in earlier today by Associate Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
Number one -- President Barack Obama is now officially serving his second term in office. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts administered the oath just before noon inside the Blue Room at the White House. First Lady Michelle Obama and daughters, Malia and Sasha were there to witness the swearing-in. A fun fact, President Obama used the First Lady's family bible. The president will be sworn in a second time on Monday when he takes the oath of office in front of thousands of people at the U.S. Capitol.