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The Pulse: Iran to Start Eliminating Uranium

This is Sunday's edition of -- The Pulse.
This is Sunday's edition of -- The Pulse.

Number five -- Here are the top three movies claiming critical praise at the box office this weekend. Coming in third, Wolf of Wall Street, based on the true story of Jordan Belfort. Second place goes to the animated film Frozen. If you have not seen it yet, Snowman Olaf is adorable. Topping the weekend box office, Lone Survivor, coming in at more than $38-million.

Number four -- The "who's who" of Hollywood are together tonight for the first major awards show of the year. The 71st Annual Golden Globes awards will be handed out Sunday at the Beverly Hilton. Hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey were among the first stars to stroll the red carpet.

Number three -- Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates is defending his new memoir that criticizes the Obama administration. The book is slated to be released Tuesday. Gates began his role as defense secretary in 2006 under President George W. Bush. When President Obama was elected in 2008 Gates stayed on in his role, retiring back in 2011.

Number two -- A cargo delivery has made its way to the International Space Station. Astronauts on board the ISS used a robotic arm to bring the supply spacecraft into the station Sunday. NASA says the more than 2,700-pound shipment includes crew provisions, spare parts and dozens of science experiments to be tested out by astronauts.

Number one -- The White House says Iran has pledged to start eliminating some of its uranium stockpile later this month. The move is part of a six-month agreement to ease sanctions against Iran in return for that nation limiting its nuclear program. According to the White House, Iran will begin getting rid of its stockpile of higher levels of enriched uranium on January 20th.

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