Wardrobe Malfunction: For the second time an appeals judge has tossed out the $550,000 fine against CBS Corp. for Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction during the halftime show of the 2004 Super Bowl, The Legal Intelligencer reports.
Cain's Crack-up: Herman Cain has a third accuser of sexual harassment, the Washington Post reports. Cain has denied the charges and accused the Perry campaign of dirty tricks.
Harsh Judgement: A video circulating the internet allegedly shows a Texas judge beat his own daughter who has cerebral palsy with a belt. The judge had caught her illegally downloading music, the Houston Press reports. When asked about his conduct, the judge responded, "It's not as bad as it looks on tape."
Second Chance: A Manhattan groom is suing the photographers who failed to snap parts of his wedding. The New York Times reports that the groom wants the studio to pay to recreate the entire wedding. What makes this interesting is that the wedding happened eight years ago and the couple has since divorced. The bride is believed to be in her native Latvia.
Pro Se: A Washington-state man has been forced to represent himself after stabbing his third defense attorney, The Herald reports. The third attorney was apparently stabbed with his own pen by his now former client.