World News Behind the Scenes: 9/20/2012

From the cute and cuddly to the unconventional and awe-inspiring, here's a look at the photos, videos and characters that have our newsroom talking today.

2:45 p.m. ET Forbes Most Powerful Women Forbes released its list of the 50 most powerful women in business and IBM CEO, Ginni Rometty, took the top spot. Rometty has been at IBM for 31 years and is the company's first female CEO. The list also included Indra Nooyi, the chairman and CEO of PepsiCo; Meg Whitman, Hewlett-Packard's president; and Ellen Kullman, CEO of DuPont.

Image Credit: Feature Photo Service for IBM

2:20 p.m. ET Fresco Fame, Now Fortune? The 8o-year-old woman who became an instant Internet sensation after she botched the restoration of a 19 th century fresco by the Spanish painter Elias Garcia Martinez is now after a payday. Cecilia Gimenez believes that under the law she is entitled to part of the profits made from her work. Gimenez's attorneys say any money their client receives will go to charity.

Image Credit: Centro de Estudios Borjanos

10:45 a.m. ET Clifford Turns 350 in Dog Years The children's book "Clifford the Big Red Dog" is celebrating it's 50th birthday. As part of the festivities, the publishing company Scholastic has launched a mobile app and a website.

Image Credit: Charles Sykes/AP Photo

10:22 a.m. ET The West Wing Reunites The TV show "The West Wing" may have gone off the air in 2006, but Bridget Mary McCormack, who is running for the Michigan Supreme Court, hopes this ad reuniting the cast can help her win in November. McCormack's sister, Mary Catherine McCormack, was on the show for three seasons and helped bring the Bartlet administration back to life.

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