The Philadelphia Eagles won their first Super Bowl championship Sunday, defeating the favored New England Patriots 41-33. Philadelphia fans took to the streets in celebration, climbing light poles and jumping off awnings. Bob Ford, columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer talks…
By PBS NewsHour
WASHINGTON — The Super Bowl champion New England Patriots made a traditional celebratory visit to the White House Wednesday, a normally joyous ritual marred by the prison suicide hours earlier of former teammate Aaron Hernandez.
By Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
Football fans who went to bed early on Super Bowl Sunday probably assumed the Atlanta Falcons had it wrapped up. But the New England Patriots made a historic comeback, forcing the game into overtime and scoring the winning touchdown. Jeffrey…
By PBS NewsHour
Every year, we eagerly anticipate the commercials in the Super Bowl, almost as much as the snacks.
By Larisa Epatko
In our news wrap Monday, about 600 people will participate in the first large-scale Ebola vaccine trials. Tests of two potential vaccines may ultimately involve 27,000 people. Also, civilians in the embattled Donetsk province in Eastern Ukraine ran for cover…
By Justin Scuiletti
Do you remember where you were during key moments of Sunday's Super Bowl? If the answer was on Twitter, then you were not alone.
Still feeling a void after the end of Serial? Not really into the big game? Here's a list of podcasts you can listen to in the time it takes to watch Super Bowl XLIX.
By William Brangham
According to an announcement made in Phoenix yesterday, concussions fell 25 percent this season compared to last year,…
By Simone Pathe
Think you know who's going to win the Super Bowl? There are guys who know more than you do about sports, and they're looking to trap you. They're bookies. Making Sen$e talked to one about the business -- and about…
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