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The Pulse: New video from the Asiana Airlines crash

In the Wednesday edition of "The Pulse," new video of the Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco and the person doing the sign language at Nelson Mandela's memorial -- not actually signing. That and more in our top headlines.
In the Wednesday edition of "The Pulse," new video of the Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco and the person doing the sign language at Nelson Mandela's memorial -- not actually signing. That and more in top headlines.

New video shows the moment Asiana flight 214 crashed in San Francisco. Three people were killed and another 180 hurt. An NTSB hearing was supposed to happen Tuesday but was postponed due to bad weather in the Washington area. But a report in the Wall Street Journal hinted the pilots may have been too reliant on the automated systems in the plane.

The deaf community in South Africa says the sign language interpreter for Nelson Mandela's memorial was a fake -- making up hand signals that didn't mean anything at all! The man is not a recognized as a professional sign language interpreter in their country. The South African government is looking into the accusations. It says it will respond after it hears back from the people who hired the interpreter.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie are deadlocked for the 2016 election. That's according to two polls asking who would win if the presidential election were held Wednesday. These numbers show a change from this summer when surveys showed more support for Clinton over Christie.

Time magazine has named Pope Francis its Person of the Year. The pope is a man of many firsts: The first non-European pope in the modern era; the first pontiff from South America; and the first Jesuit to be elected head of the Roman Catholic Church.

YouTube has released its top videos of the year. And the big winner is South Korean rapper Psy with his hit "Gentleman." "Gentleman" was the most viewed video of the year on YouTube, with nearly 600 million views. Psy held the top spot last year too with his huge hit, "Gangnam Style" -- YouTube's most watched video ever with 1.8 billion views.
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