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The invitation is likely to draw praise from evangelicals but criticism from gay rights activists.
The Steelers love the outgoing CIA director, too—so much so that we hear Jerome Bettis hugged him.
PETA would have spiced things up, but the crop was a bore, and that's good.
it was more about the ads that didn't air than the ones that did.
I spoke about greening your Super Bowl party on WTOP radio in Washington, D.C.
By this time next year, consumers might be back in the game
Economy and Cinderella Cardinals take a toll, but Tampa's hardly going broke.
The NFL is using renewable energy and offsets for this year's Super Bowl. No matter what your team's colors are, here's how to be green on Sunday.
Presidents usually don't take sides in big sporting events. Not Obama.
Even soldiers stuck in mountain camps will get to see the Super Bowl.