The Night Note: 3/9/10

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    FIRST LADY'S INAUGURAL GOWN GOES ON DISPLAY
    The flowing one-shoulder floor-length gown Michelle Obama wore to the 2009 inaugural balls is now in an ongoing display for all to see at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.

    Michelle Obama and the designer, Jason Wu, presented it to the museum Tuesday. The first lady also invited students and teachers from Huntington High School in New York. She described the contribution to the museum as privilege, although she did have just a few reservations.  (NBC Washington)

    10-DAY SUSPENSION EYED FOR SNOWBALL GUN DRAW
    The D.C. police union says a detective accused of unholstering his gun at a snowball fight faces a possible 10-day suspension.

    The Fraternal Order of Police said Detective Michael Baylor learned about the proposed suspension Tuesday and plans to appeal. The police union is representing Baylor, who does not have an attorney. (WTOP)

    LOHAN SUES E*TRADE OVER 'MILKAHOLIC' BABY
    The actress Lindsay Lohan has sued E*Trade Financial Corp for $100 million, saying a "milkaholic" baby girl who appeared in a recent commercial was modeled after her.

    Lohan alleged that the online brokerage's use of the girl, also named Lindsay, in the ad improperly invoked her "likeness, name, characterization, and personality" without permission, violating her right of privacy. (MSNBC)

    MJ'S BODYGUARDS DISH ON THE KING OF POP
    Michael Jackson enjoyed spending time with his children, cruising the Vegas strip and even ordering fast food through a drive through, according to three of his former bodyguards.

    But the men also said Jackson's lifestyle was isolated and lonely and described it as full of "stress, paranoia and pain."

    In an exclusive interview with "Good Morning America," Mike Garcia, Bill Whitfield and Javon "BJ" Beard spoke out about Jackson's secretive life, describing some moments as just plain "sad." (ABC News)