Feb 8, 2016
Beyoncé's Super Bowl halftime performance of her new song, "Formation," was met with...
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In a season marked by blown calls — or at least perceived blown calls — the refs couldn’t escape the first quarter of the biggest game of the year unscathed. Twitter pitchforks were out in full Sunday during Super Bowl 50 after a Jerricho Cotchery catch was ruled incomplete then upheld as a non-catch by official review. The former Jet bobbled the Cam Newton pass then appeared to collect it and rest it against his body as Bronco Darian Stewart tackled him to the ground. The ball did appear to move slightly while he was down, which likely decided the call. But fans who watched and rewatched the replay were outraged that a play that human convention says is a catch the NFL rules is not a catch.
A Canadian family is in mourning after their twin teenage sons were killed early Saturday in what authorities described as a sledding accident involving eight people, Calgary police said in a statement. The boys were pronounced dead on the scene, at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, while six other teenage boys were taken to area hospitals for treatment, authorities said, according to Global News. The deceased were identified by police as Evan and Jordan Caldwell, 17, according to NBC News.
The Broncos' quarterback might like the beer, but he also has a financial stake in the beverage.
The sight was heartbreaking: a thin, mangy bobcat trembling against a brick wall separating the Thousand Oaks neighborhood of Dos Vientos from open space that is habitat for wildlife and popular among hikers. The wildcat was too sick to move, even as passersby stepped closer one recent morning to snap photographs. "It just stared at us," Stephanie Marlin, 53, recalled, "with eyes that seemed to say, 'Look what you guys did to me.'" A few hours later, Marlin posted snapshots of the animal on Facebook. By day's end, they were being used in an emotional fight across social media channels over the unintended collateral damage of the Dos Vientos Ranch Community Assn.'s annual $40,000 war on rats.
Former President Bill Clinton's restraint on the stump ended Sunday, as he accused Bernie Sanders of intentionally deceiving voters and assailed the Vermont senator's supporters for attacking his wife's backers. “When you're making a revolution you can’t be too careful with the facts,” he told a crowd of nearly 300 gathered for a late-afternoon rally at Milford Middle School, listing the ways that he said Sanders and his supporters have been dishonest or disrespectful to Hillary Clinton and those who defend her on social media. Without using the term, Clinton referred to so-called "Bernie Bros" who confront Clinton supporters, campaign staffers and journalists online, often using what critics say is sexist language. "People who have gone online to defend Hillary and explain why they support her have been subject to vicious trolling and attacks that are literally too profane—not to mention sexist—to repeat," he said.
DEAR ABBY: Nine years ago I married a man who has a son from a previous marriage. "Eli" is now 26 and lives "on his own." While he may live under a different roof than his parents, they support him financially. My husband and I pay Eli's car insurance, cellphone bill, toll tag, life insurance policy and whatever other things come up (passport, gym membership). Eli's mom assists with all of his utility bills, in addition to depositing money in his account monthly. They even turned over Eli's 529 tuition account to him. ...
Bernie Sanders has put his rival in a can't-win position.
Asian shares pared losses on Monday as a weaker yen helped Japan's Nikkei snap a four-day losing
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