Throngs of mostly maskless fans took to the streets and packed sports bars as the clock inside Raymond James Stadium ticked down on a hometown Super Bowl win for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
By Tamara Lush, Freida Frisaro, Associated Press
Press secretary Jen Psaki is expressing concern that China has not been outspoken against what the White House is describing as a coup in Myanmar.
By Associated Press
Amanda Gorman, the 22-year-old poet who stirred America at the inauguration of President Joseph Biden last month, again commanded the spotlight on one of the country’s biggest stages, the Super Bowl.
By Jake Coyle, Associated Press
Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest sporting -- and betting -- event of the year. Despite the pandemic, bookkeepers are expecting wagers worth more than $4 billion this year. Since its expansion outside Nevada in 2018, the legal betting industry…
By Hari Sreenivasan, Sam Weber, Connie Kargbo
By Associated Press
The NFL has picked three people who have served during the coronavirus pandemic as honorary captains for the Super Bowl along with inaugural poet Amanda Gorman for an original poem.
By Mesfin Fekadu, Associated Press
R&B star Jazmine Sullivan and country singer Eric Church will join forces to sing the national anthem at the next month’s Super Bowl, where Grammy-winning singer H.E.R. will perform “America the Beautiful.”…
By Corey Williams, Associated Press
In recent days, President Donald Trump took African American guests to his State of the Union speech, ran a Super Bowl ad on criminal justice reform, and portrayed himself as the champion of education and job opportunities for people of…
In our news wrap Monday, deadly fighting erupted between Turkish and Syrian forces in northwestern Syria. It started after Turkey sent a military convoy into Idlib province and Syria responded with shelling. Also, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is vowing…
By Dánica Coto, Associated Press
Screams echoed across Puerto Rico when Jennifer Lopez unfurled a feather cape representing the flag of the U.S. territory during the Super Bowl’s halftime show. The move came at a trying time for the island of 3.2 million U.S. citizens.
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