Super Bowl telecasts by NBC and CBS will swap years in 2021 and 2022, which means both networks can pair other major sporting events with the NFL championship, traditionally the year’s highest-rated program.
Robert Brandel, 60, was arrested in western New York on Wednesday after officers found him in the back of his pickup truck with his hands and feet wrapped in duct tape, police said.
Ed Cushman, a Shelby, North Carolina man with ALS who received tickets to the Super Bowl through the Team Gleason Foundation, was killed in a fatal car fire before the game.
The New England Patriots celebrated in Boston after another Super Bowl win. See photos of Tuesday’s parade.
An egg is usually beaten but its Instagram account whipped up a lot of buzz last month, and on Super Bowl Sunday, its purpose was revealed: mental health awareness.
On My Take, Clinton Yates notices a lot of people called in sick to work Monday morning.
An Atlanta artist says a building with his mural of Colin Kaepernick was destroyed days before the Super Bowl, so eight more are being made.
New England Patriots safety Duron Harmon noted that it “would be dope” to see former President Barack Obama, reigniting a saga that has become part of the inevitable cycle in the age of Trump.
The New England Patriots added even more luster to the franchise’s rich championship history on Sunday. Their victory over the Los Angeles Rams put a stamp on a season that started 1-2, but ended with New England becoming the first team since the undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins to win the Super Bowl after losing it the previous season.
Reviews of the halftime show were not stellar, but what got the social media universe going, however, was a cameo from SpongeBob SquarePants’ “Sweet Victory” halftime show.
You can bet on a lot more than the result of Sunday’s Super Bowl, and even on more than the point spread. In fact, you can win money during the halftime show.
Bruno Mars may have wrapped up his massive “24K Magic World Tour” last year, but the singer gave one more glimpse into his stellar show the night before the Super Bowl. See photos.
Companies spend millions of dollars for 30 seconds of commercial airtime during the Super Bowl each year and many say they only watch the game for these showstopping ads. But how effective are they?
One of the handful of fans who has seen every single Super Bowl is keeping the streak alive as he prepares to cheer for his New England Patriots.
Los Angeles Rams linebacker Micah Kiser is a Baltimore County native. His coaches say his strong football IQ gives him the potential to shine as an NFL linebacker down the road.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.