New England Patriots win Super Bowl LIII for 6th title:
Once again, the New England Patriots are champions, grinding to win Super Bowl LIII 13-3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta — and launching Tom Brady and Bill Belichick into a different stratosphere.
They have now won six Super Bowls together, extending their record for the most by a head coach and starting quarterback combination. With the win, the Patriots are tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most Super Bowl titles in NFL history.
Brady now has won more Super Bowls than any other player in history, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer Charles Haley (five).
Venezuela’s Maduro says Trump making mistakes that will ‘stain his hands with blood’:
Speaking to Spanish channel LaSexta Sunday, Maduro said that if Trump was in front of him, he would say, “Stop, stop Donald Trump, stop there, you are making mistakes that are going to stain your hands with blood and you will leave the presidency stained with blood.”
Jussie Smollett performs in LA and tells the crowd he wants to clarify a few things:
The “Empire” actor said Tuesday that he was attacked by two men who were “yelling out racial and homophobic slurs” in what Chicago police are investigating as a possible hate crime. He identifies as gay and plays a gay character on the series
The most talked-about moments from Super Bowl LIII:
If you want to know how boring it was, even the records were boring: With a final line of 13-3, it was the lowest-scoring game ever. Johnny Hekker of the Rams also kicked a 65-yard punt, the longest in Super Bowl history.
You know things are slow when one of the most notable plays of the night was a punt.
And to top it all off, the Patriots won AGAIN, which is about as predictable an outcome as is possible, statistically speaking.
Leaving Facebook makes people happier but less informed, study says:
A new report from researchers at New York University and Stanford University looked at what happened to people who deactivated their accounts. The researchers paid people $102 to turn-off their Facebook (FB
) accounts for four weeks.
The Facebook-free people reported
being happier while not using the site, being less active online, and using other social-media sites less. The study found that subjects were less polarized politically but less-informed about factual news after being off Facebook for a month
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