Here’s the latest edition of Some Stories You Won't Find on any other Sunday show:
Here Comes the Judge
Robert Torricelli -- the former senator from New Jersey -- had a rough day in traffic court this week, where he faced charges of hitting a car and leaving the scene.
Judge Richard Cushing denied Torricelli's request to ban television cameras, dismiss the charges and speed up the proceedings. And at one point the judge told the former senator to pipe down and to stop making long, drawn-out speeches.
And the Nominees Are...
The Grammy Awards nominations were announced this week.
Among those honored for Best Spoken Word Album: Sen. Hillary Clinton, for the audio book version of her memoir "Living History," and former President Bill Clinton, for his narration of “Peter and the Wolf.”
And the Winners Are...
And speaking of awards, Britain's Plain English Campaign tapped an American for special mention in the Foot in Mouth category.
Second place went to then-candidate for California governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, for telling Fox News' Sean Hannity that, “gay marriage is something that should be between a man and a woman."