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FCC Probes Super Bowl Halftime Show

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FCC Probes Super Bowl Halftime Show

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FCC Probes Super Bowl Halftime Show

FCC Probes Super Bowl Halftime Show

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FCC chief Michael Powell denounces the Super Bowl halftime show, in which singer Justin Timberlake ripped off a piece of pop diva Janet Jackson's clothing, exposing her breast. Powell calls the incident "a classless, crass and deplorable stunt" and vows to investigate whether the show violated indecency laws. Hear NPR's Laura Sydell.

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