The final Twilight movie breaks records and could Hostess be saved from a shut-down? Here is Monday's edition of "The Pulse".
Obama and Mckayla Maroney
Here's an expression on the president you probably haven't seen before. He's imitating gymnast Mckayla Maroney's "not impressed" look. The president met with members of the 2012 U.S. Olympic gymnastics team on Thursday.
American Music Awards
Sunday night was the American Music Awards. The award show celebrated its 40th anniversary this year and all the winners are picked by the fans. So it's no surprise, Justin Beiber was one of the night's big winners. The eighteen year old walk away with three awards including artist of the year.
Twilight Breaks Records
Twi-hards bringing in some serious business. It's the final twilight film but the saga's not saying goodbye without a big sweep at the box office. Worldwide, Breaking Dawn Part Two raked in $340.9 million. The finale's going in the record books, ranking eighth on the list of all-time domestic debuts.
Walmart Fights Back
Two different union groups are calling for employees to skip work or walk off the job on "black friday", the day after Thanksgiving. Walmart filed a complaint with a federal agency, accusing a labor union of illegally organizing picket lines and other demonstrations. The planned walkouts build on a small strike at a Los Angeles walmart in October that spread to 12 other cities.
Hostess brands and a key union agreed Monday to try to mediate their dispute, an unexpected development that could spare the company from permanently shutting down. A bankruptcy judges has asked the two parties to try one last time to reach an agreement. Hostess plants are currently shut down and will stay that way until a decision is