Janet Jackson grabs some dinner.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission upheld on Wednesday its decision to fine 20 CBS Corp. television stations a total of $550,000 for airing pop singer Janet Jackson's breast flash in 2004. Jackson briefly exposed her breast during the Super Bowl football halftime show, sparking an outrage among some lawmakers and parents groups and provoking regulators to impose the fine on CBS for violating U.S. decency standards. "The commission affirms its finding that CBS' violation was willful and declines to reduce the forfeiture imposed upon CBS," the agency said in a statement. [Reuters]