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10 Things to Know for Monday

Monday - 2/4/2013, 2:26am  ET

Fans and members of the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers wait for power to return in the Superdome during an outage in the second half of the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013, in New Orleans. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

The Associated Press

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:

1. RAVENS EDGE 49ERS 34-31 IN SUPER BOWL

In a championship game marred by a half-hour power outage, Joe Flacco led the Ravens over Colin Kaepernick's 49ers.

2. BEYONCE, DESTINY'S CHILD DELIVER AT SUPER BOWL

Beyonce brought female spirit to the football stage in a dance-heavy performance in which she enlisted former band mates.

3. SEX, BABIES, CUTE ANIMALS DOMINATE ADS

With 111 million in U.S. tuning in for NFL championship, commercials that caused a stir included Godaddy.com's extended kiss and Coke's desert chase.

4. MOTIVE UNKOWN IN DEATH OF FORMER SEAL

Texas sheriff says the man accused of shooting 'American Sniper' Chris Kyle was a veteran who may have been suffering mental illness.

5. STANDOFF GUNMAN 'AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT, STARTING WITH OBAMA'

Jim Lee Dykes, who took a boy hostage in an Alabama bunker, is said to be a loner embittered about federal authority.

6. LIVING, LURKING THREAT IN SANDY-HIT HOMES

Three months after, mold lurks below subflooring, under foundations, in door and window frames of once-waterlogged buildings.

7. ISRAEL SIGNALS RESPONSIBILITY FOR SYRIA AIRSTRIKE

Its defense minister strongly suggests his country's warplanes targeted a missile site near Damascus.

8. WHAT'S STILL CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF, EVEN WITH DREAMLINER GROUNDED

Boeing's 787s aren't flying, but the lithium batteries that pose fire risk on the planes can fly as cargo on passenger flights.

9. WHERE THE AMERICAN MILITARY IS FIGHTING A DRUG WAR

U.S. is battling traffickers in Latin America, spending more than $20 billion in the past decade.

10. HOW KOCH IS FULFILLING WISH TO STAY IN MANHATTAN, 'EVEN WHEN I'M GONE'

Former New York mayor will be buried in Trinity Church Cemetery, where he bought a plot in 2008, when space was still available.


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