Thousands of cruise passengers, still stranded at sea, and America has a new favorite breed of dog. Here is Wednesday's edition of "The Pulse".
Tactics used by police are being questioned now that the manhunt for ex cop Christopher Dorner is over. Police audio transmissions reveal the officers yelling to burn the cabin they believed Dorner was in down, but police are denying the fire was on purpose. The final word will come from an investigation and autopsy.
An Italian magazine, publishing controversial photos of a bikini-clad Duchess of Cambridge, revealing her baby bump. Saint James Palace, expressing disappointment over the publication of the photos, saying it's a clear breach of the couples right to privacy.
Everyone seems to want an Affenpinscher after "Banana Joe" won the 137th Westminster dog show last night. Banana Joe became the first of his breed to win best in show.
By Thursday afternoon, the more than four-thousand people on board the stranded cruise ship may finally be on land. The crippled ship is set to arrive in Alabama on Thursday, currently be pulled by several tug boats. A fire broke out in the engine room Sunday, stranding the ship.
President Obama revealed Tuesday night during his state of the union address that he wants to raise the federal minimum wage to nine dollars an hour. Many say the president will have a hard time getting this proposal past congress, a bill like this hasn't passed since 2007.