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The Pulse: Wrigley Field Turns 100 & Obama Visits Victims of Washington Mudslide

NATIONAL NEWS --- A rising actress makes a popular magazine cover , Wrigley Field makes getting old look good (hey, why not!?) and a federal judge dismisses a lawsuit involving famous writer and director. This is the pulse.
NATIONAL NEWS --- We're getting new information about the moments immediately following last week's South Korean ferry disaster.
The coast guard tells CNN the first distress call came from a boy aboard the sinking ship, who used his cell phone.
At least 128 people are now confirmed dead. 174 others are still missing. A temporary memorial to those students opened in the city of Ansan. It's just down the street from where the students attended high school.  Family and friends are leaving messages for the young victims. Some still express a desperate hope that survivors will be found.

Families of the victims in last month's Washington mudslide describe a meeting with President Obama Tuesday as emotional. Families said they appreciated the president taking the time to meet with them.

A historic ballpark is still looking good after all these years.  Chicago's Wrigley field turns 100 years old today. The ballpark is home to the Chicago Cubs.  During the fifth inning, fans will be asked to sing happy birthday to the park. Wrigley field is the second oldest ballpark in the united states. Boston's Fenway park celebrated its Centennial in 2012.

A federal judge dismissed Quentin Tarantino's lawsuit against the website "Gawker" over a leaked movie script. The oscar-winning writer and director sued "Gawker" for copyright infringement after the site provided a link to his script "The Hateful Eight". The script was leaked online after Tarantino said he only shared it with a few people.  Tarantino is expected to sell the script and focus on another project.

An upstart actress receives a beautiful cover. Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o is People Magazines most beautiful woman of 2014. Nyong'o recently won the Oscar for best supporting actress in the movie, "12 Years a Slave." The actress calls gracing the cover of the magazine a "major compliment." She also says she's happy for all of the girls who will see themselves in her.

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