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Ravens Defeat 49ers in Super Bowl

The Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 at Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans on Sunday. It is the second victory in the NFL championship for the Ravens, who also won Super Bowl XXXV.

Power Outage Interrupts Super Bowl 47

Super Bowl XLVII ground to a halt early in the third quarter Sunday night, when about half of the lights in the Superdome went out.

Mickelson Flirts With History in Phoenix

Every day Phil Mickelson was on the verge of making PGA Tour history. Every day he fell just a little bit short.

Former first dog dies after battle with cancer

Former President George W. Bush's dog Barney died after battling with lymphoma. Barney was 12 years old. Mr. Bush released this statement below:

Congressional Republicans seek details on Obama's school safety plan

Congressional Republicans are seeking more details on President Barack Obama's plan to reduce gun violence in schools.

Loaded language poisons gun debate

It's the biggest, fiercest debate taking place across America. But it's poisoned from the get-go by a Tower of Babel predicament.

Killer cats leave billions of avian, rodent victims, study finds

Think of the world's most prolific killers, and you might come up with a list that includes sharks, lions and even humans.

Polls: Should Hagel be confirmed as defense secretary?

A plurality of Americans supports President Barack Obama's nomination of former Sen. Chuck Hagel to succeed Leon Panetta as defense secretary, according to recent polling.

Cornyn Calls for Hearings on DoJ’s Failure to Enforce Gun Laws

In a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) called on the Committee to hold hearings on the recent drop in gun crime prosecutions by federal law enforcement agencies.

A pathway to citizenship

Republicans and Democrats have put it together. The President has praised it. The “IT” is a new plan for immigration that will please some and anger many.