Coldplay lets Beyonce, Bruno Mars overshadow band  

Fox Sports By : Staff Reporting

Give Chris Martin and Coldplay credit: It takes a certain lack of ego for musicians to essentially let themselves be upstaged at their own Super Bowl show.

The British band invited Beyonce and Bruno Mars to share the spotlight Sunday for the halftime extravaganza, which evolved into a 50th anniversary tribute to Super Bowl shows of yore. - Referenced Article

Obama Cleared Way for Todays Outsider Candidates  


Since outsider, anti-establishment White House candidates are all the rage, consider this one: scant executive experience, brief time in federal office, a bold if not arrogant willingness to challenge much more seasoned politicians, an aspirational platform with little track record to back it up, and a minority to boot.

Ted Cruz? Hardly. - Referenced Article

President Obama wants to control your dog pants  

Mashable By : Jonathan Keshishoglou

Several important political and economic concerns were addressed in the YouTube interview with President Obama on Friday, but one debate was finally settled: Obama established the proper shape of dog pants. - Referenced Article

Trump Revives Concerns Over Nominating Canadian-Born Cruz  


Donald Trump on Tuesday revived questions about Ted Cruz's eligibility to become president, saying Republicans could be in a "very precarious" situation by selecting the Canadian-born conservative as the party's presidential nominee. - Referenced Article

Jewish Terror a Growing Threat to Israel: Experts By : PAUL GOLDMAN

Young, fearless, rebellious, idealistic and militant — these are some of the words security experts use to describe a growing terror threat facing Israel.

But they are not referring to Islamist extremism — they're talking about hard-line Jewish settlers called the Hilltop Youth.

Some members of the settler splinter group are prepared to use violence to expand the country's official borders... - Referenced Article

Powerball jackpot climbs to $400 million  

CNN Money By : Jackie Wattles

More than 2 million players took home smaller prizes on Saturday. Three contestants took home $1 million apiece. Someone in Pennsylvania also won $2 million.

But no one claimed the grand prize, which keeps growing. The next drawing is on Wednesday. Powerball estimates the chances of someone picking the jackpot-winning numbers are about 1 in 300 million. - Referenced Article


Black Then By : Staff Reporting

There are four major rail networks in North American—#Norfolk Southern, #Union Pacific, #CSX and the #Canadian National—and all these lines were built and operated with African slave labor.

The president of the Union Pacific told the stockholders the slaves were the “cheapest,” “most reliable,” and could be “easily governed.” - Referenced Article

Hawaii cant seem to name anything after native son Obama  

Chicago Tribune By : Greg Jaffe and Juliet Eilperin

Stanley Chang hatched a plan last year to overcome seven years of failed attempts to name something after Hawaii's most famous native son.

His target: Sandy Beach, a stunning strip of sand and volcanic ash that he hoped to re-christen "Barack Obama Beach." - Referenced Article

LeBron James careens into seats; Jason Day's wife stretchered off  

ESPN By : Staff Reporting

LeBron James tumbled into the wife of star PGA Tour golfer Jason Day while chasing a loose ball Thursday night, causing her to be taken from the floor by stretcher and to a local hospital.

James, who is listed at 6-foot-8 and 250 pounds, crashed into Ellie Day, knocking her chair over and landing on her as he fell out of bounds with 5:00 left in the fourth quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers' 104-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. - Referenced Article

Donald Trump launches first attacks against Ted Cruz  

CNN By : Theodore Schleifer

Donald Trump on Friday launched his first attacks against Ted Cruz, questioning his appeal to evangelical voters and his commitment to ethanol subsidies in the first blasts by the GOP front-runner against his political ally.

Yet Trump, who has relished in whacking his Republican rivals, at times did not appear totally willing to give the same treatment to Cruz, who has yet to publicly call out Trump. - Referenced Article

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