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The Pulse: Justin Bieber in Jail

Justin Bieber in jail; Mike Huckabee stirring controversy with comments about women; and more in Thursday's edition of "The Pulse."
Justin Bieber in jail; Mike Huckabee stirring controversy with comments about women; and more in Thursday's edition of "The Pulse."

Justin Bieber making headlines for some bad behavior once again. The pop star sent to jail in Florida after cops allege he was drag racing while under the influence.

Republicans invited Mike Huckabee to address their winter meeting because he's a conservative who can turn a phrase and deliver a clear message. But some of his comments about women, turning some heads, especially by Democrats.
He said: "If the Democrats want to insult the women of America by making them believe that they are helpless without Uncle Sugar coming in and providing them a prescription each month for birth control because they cannot control their libido or their reproductive system without the help of the government, then so be it."
Huckabee made the comment as he was making a pitch that the GOP needs to broaden its appeal. Female voters in 2012 sided with Obama over Republican nominee Mitt Romney, 55 percent to 44 percent.

We're getting a sneak peak at Super Bowl commercials. This is a Bud Light ad featuring, of course, Arnold Schwarzenegger as a heavy hitting ping pong player. And this one from Oikos, the yogurt brand, featuring the reunited cast of the show "Full House." More on the super bowl later in our show.

The bitter cold is back. For much of the East Coast, the dangerously cold temps plummeting 25 degrees below normal through the weekend. In Plymouth, Mass., strong wind gusts creating 18 inch snowdrifts. And in New York City, one of the glass panels of the flagship Apple store shattered after being hit by a snowblower.

Bill Cosby is returning to TV for a new sit com on NBC. He'll play the patriarch of a multi-generational family. That's according to a network rep. The new show brings the 76-year-old comedian back to the same network where his ground-breaking "Cosby Show" ran for 8 years.

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