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Will the Super Bowl be decided by night owls?

According to a new study, athletes who are naturally late risers perform better in the evening, when the big game will be played

Suge Knight turns self in on murder charges

The hip-hop mogul is accused of intentionally running over two men, killing one

Pilots flying across Pacific Ocean accomplish "holy grail" of ballooning

American and Russian pilots break 2 world records as they prepare to land in North America

Eddie Murphy returning to "Saturday Night Live" after 30 years

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The comedian says he'll appear on a TV special airing next month honoring the sketch comedy show's 40th anniversary

Matt Damon, Ben Affleck defend Tom Brady in "deflate-gate" spoof

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Some of Boston's most famous men have Tom Brady's back and explain who was really responsible for those deflated footballs


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U.K. widower given back the voice of his late wife

Man from northern England “staggered” to learn lengths phone company went to after deleting the voicemail greeting he cherished.

Four to a bed at strained Afghan children's hospital

Indira Ghandi Children's Hospital is the only well-equipped facility of its kind in Afghanistan, but there aren't nearly enough beds, nurses or doctors to cope ... more

China tightens grip on Internet access

China is tightening its grip on Internet access and strengthening its "Great Firewall." CBS News correspondent Seth Doane joins CBSN from Beijing with more on ... more

"This is the recording you thought you'd lost forever"

British widower "staggered" to learn lengths phone company went to after deleting the voicemail greeting he cherished

"New victims are inevitable, I'm afraid."

As fighting between Ukrainian troops and pro-Russia rebels intensifies, people waiting for humanitarian aid among new victims of crossfire

Wisch: Illini Basketball’s One Silver Lining

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Wisch: Illini Basketball’s One Silver Lining
Without a "bad" loss, Illinois still holds out NCAA Tournament hopes.

Shake Shack Founder Reveals His Best Career Decisions

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The founder and CEO of Shake Shack are on a high as the New York-based food chain's stock soars in its IPO today.

Indiana Expanding Health Care To Uninsured

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Indiana Expanding Health Care To Uninsured
Beginning next week, uninsured Indiana residents will be able to apply for low cost health insurance under the state's expanded Healthy Indiana Plan.

California Measles Outbreak Prompting Lots Of Questions In Chicago Area

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California Measles Outbreak Prompting Lots Of Questions In Chicago Area
Most local health departments said they are not seeing any more or fewer measles vaccinations being given since an outbreak of measles tied to Disneyland.

U.S. cracks down on shady '0%' loan companies

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The Federal Trade Commission accuses two companies with failing to disclose the onerous terms of no-cost loans made using a borrower's car title as collateral.

Rare white dolphin spotted off California coast

Whale watchers in California's Monterey Bay spotted a rare white dolphin swimming with grey Risso's dolphins.

First Super Bowl played under energy-saving LEDs

The University of Phoenix Stadium's upgraded lights will use 85 percent less power than standard bulbs

Jay Z shells out $56M for music streaming company

Hip-hop star says he sees strong future growth potential with Aspiro

Credit cards offer far less privacy than you think

A new study concluded that just a few "anonymized" credit card purchases is enough to figure out most people's identities

"Cold stunned" sea turtles rehabilitated, released

Over 1,000 turtles rendered immobile by the cold in November and December have been cared for and returned to the water

Roger Goodell's state of the league address – live!

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Roger Goodell's state of the league address – live!
NFL commissioner to speak after tumultuous seasonSeahawks prepare to take on Patriots in Super BowlTweet @bryanagraham with your thoughts 1.10pm ET Bryan will be here ... more

David Ginola is out and Luis Figo in race to replace Fifa’s Sepp Blatter

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David Ginola is out and Luis Figo in race to replace Fifa’s Sepp Blatter
• Ginola did not receive required five nominations• English FA voted for Prince Ali bin al-Hussein• Australia deserves to host a World Cup, says BlatterAs ... more

Bill Belichick turns on unexpected charm as he praises Seahawks' spirit

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Bill Belichick turns on unexpected charm as he praises Seahawks' spirit
Super Bowl coaches talk ahead of Sunday’s gameBelichick talks about father’s influencePete Carroll says Tom Brady is ‘extraordinary’Pete Carroll and Bill Belichick faced the press ... more

Mauresmo and Murray make a great case for more women in sport | Jackie Ashley

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Mauresmo and Murray make a great case for more women in sport | Jackie Ashley
As levels of participation fall, the Scot has become an unwitting champion of greater female involvementWho would have thought, a few years ago, that the ... more

Leonard Barden on Chess

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The Carlsen generation has stormed to the top of international chess. Norway’s world champion won the elite Tata Steel Wijk tournament last week with 9/13, ... more

Online Super Bowl Ad Viewership Dwarfs Prime Time Audience Numbers

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Online Super Bowl Ad Viewership Dwarfs Prime Time Audience Numbers
A major trend in the last five years in advertising has been the increase in online viewing as many companies release their Super Bowl ads ... more

Anti-Vaccine Doctors Should Lose Their Licenses

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Vaccination is a medical no-brainer, a public health home run, up there with clean water. Doctors can help save individual patients, but public health measures ... more

This $31 Million Leonardo Da Vinci Codex, Now On View in Phoenix, Holds The Secret To Creativity

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This $31 Million Leonardo Da Vinci Codex, Now On View in Phoenix, Holds The Secret To Creativity
If Leonardo da Vinci lived in twenty-first century America, he might be diagnosed with attention deficit disorder. Loaded with insights on topics ranging from astronomy ... more

Jay Z offers $56 million for company behind music streaming apps

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Jay Z offers $56 million for company behind music streaming apps
Entertainment mogul Jay Z has bid $56 million in cash to take over the developer of two music streaming apps that have sought to distinguish ... more
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Rap mogul Suge Knight turns himself in after deadly hit-and-run

Rap producer Suge Knight is considered a person of interest in a fatal accident in Compton, California. Knight's lawyer said that Knight was driving a ... more

James Franco tries to move beyond "The Interview"

​Almost two months after the hack heard 'round the world, James Franco is trying and ready to move past "The Interview"

Stanley Tucci and Felicity Blunt welcome a son

"The Hunger Games" star and his wife are now parents to a baby boy, born in London on Jan. 25

Wrestler Mick Foley booted for cheating at Wing Bowl

​Professional wrestler was ejected from Philadelphia's Wing Bowl eating contest after stuffing uneaten chicken wings into a fanny pack

A timeline of Suge Knight's legal and medical troubles

A look at Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight's troubles over the past 20 years

This woman is not your average gym rat

Kay Didas is a 93-year-old machine. She just hit her 1,000th workout at the Curves in Portage, Michigan, and she may be even more motivated ... more

Newest eating disorder: obsessive, extreme healthy eating

Doctors have encouraged healthy eating, but now some are concerned that some people are taking it too far. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips ... more

Will the Super Bowl be decided by night owls?

According to a new study, athletes who are naturally late risers perform better in the evening, when the big game will be played

Stroke risk for middle-aged heavy drinkers

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New research finds that people who drink heavily in middle age have a one-third higher risk for stroke compared to light drinkers. Heavy drinkers are ... more

BTH to develop new technologies to improve quality of life for elderly people with mild dementia

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Blekinge Institute of Technology in Sweden will receive 10 million SEK to develop new technologies that will increase the quality of life for elderly people ... more