This is Saturday's edition of -- The Pulse.
Number five -- The body of a New York woman is found in Istanbul. 33-year-old Sarai Sierra went missing in Turkey nearly two weeks ago. According to officials, nine arrests have been made in connection to her death and police said there is evidence of stab wounds on Sierra's body.
Number four -- Twitter was hacked. The social network said in a blog post that approximately 250,000 user accounts were compromised. Hackers gained access to information including user names and email addresses, so affected Twitter users will receive an e-mail instructing them to reset their passwords.
Number three -- President Obama goes skeet shooting. There was some skepticism this week after Obama said he enjoyed the outdoor activity, so the White House responded to critics by releasing a photo of him skeet shooting on his birthday. This all comes after hearings in Congress on addressing gun violence and in the wake of the Newtown, Connecticut school shootings.
Number two -- Groundhog Day! The infamous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, did not see his shadow at Gobbler's Knob in Pennsylvania this Groundhog's Day which means spring is coming early according to the old tradition. Around 40,000 people stood outside in frigid temperatures waiting for Phil's big moment and officials in Punxsutawney said it was one of the largest crowds in history.
Number one -- All things Super Bowl. The San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens are competing for the big title in the 47th Super Bowl Sunday. And aside from team practices, field preps and fans painting their faces, more than 10,000 official Super Bowl footballs have to be made. Wilson is responsible for making them, but only two people actually sew all the footballs. To perfect the official pigskin, sewing, steaming, stuffing and stitching is required.