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What's Trending: Bieber is busted; and Ice Desk debuts in D.C.

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(CNN) - Pop star Justin Bieber was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and drag racing this morning.  That's according to Miami Beach Police.  The arrest comes days after sheriff's deputies in Los Angeles County, California, used a felony search warrant to raid Bieber's mansion.  They were investigating his alleged involvement in a January 9th egg attack on his neighbor's house.

Quentin Tarantino's latest film project will not see the light of day any time soon. The film director decided to cancel the project after the script leaked online.  The movie was supposed to be a western called "The Hateful Eight."  There's some consolation for Tarantino fans.  The concept will reportedly be published as a novel.

Jonah Hill says he only made $60,000 dollars for the "Wolf of Wall Street."  The actor made the admission on The Howard Stern Show.  The Oscar nominated actor says it wasn't about the money.  He just wanted to work with legendary director Martin Scorsese.

Bill Cosby could be making a come back.  The website "Deadline" reports the 76-year-old comedian signed a deal with NBC to develop a half hour comedy that he will also star in.
He'll play the patriarch of a multi-generational family.  The new show brings the 76-year-old comedian back to the same network where his ground-breaking "Cosby Show" ran for eight years.  

The news team at WUSA in Washington doesn't just tell viewers it's cold, they show them.
They anchored the nightly news from the "ice desk" outside the studios.  A thermometer on the set showed just how cold it was in the nation's capitol.

 

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