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The superstar quarterback explores why Bryant's tragedy has touched him so deeply in a heart-wrenching tribute.
Politics
Edward DeBartolo Jr. pleaded guilty in 1998 to paying $400,000 to Louisiana's former governor in exchange for a gambling license.
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The activist will release the book under his new publishing company, Kaepernick Publishing.
Entertainment
The satirical YouTube channel celebrated the league's landmark year in its typical mocking way.
Entertainment
The Super Bowl MVP told his crying pop, a former major league pitcher, "I love you."
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Some of us watch the Super Bowl for football. The rest of us come just for the snacks. Think about adding some of the most popular dishes to your game night feast!
Sports
He couldn't even make it through the first quarter.
Sports
The Los Angeles Lakers legend, his daughter Gianna and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash a week before the game.
Entertainment
The billionaire said he was willing to take the "negative press" to address social injustice, insisting he and Colin Kaepernick were "marching for the same cause."
Entertainment
Will the Kansas City Chiefs or the San Francisco 49ers take home the title? This is one cute way to find out.
Entertainment
"That's f**ked up," New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady fired back at one particularly horrible message.
Politics
The New Orleans Saints are seeking to keep private hundreds of emails allegedly showing that executives did damage control for the local archdiocese.
Entertainment
The longtime New England Patriots quarterback becomes a free agent in March.
Sports
The offensive assistant coach with the San Francisco 49ers will be working with the team's receivers to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs.
Entertainment
Richard Sherman of the 49ers owned old rival Darrelle Revis after the latter began tweeting trash talk during the NFC championship game.
Entertainment
The actor "is the Switzerland of football fans."
Sports
The only known tape of Super Bowl I is shut in a vault, but some filmmakers are hoping to change things with a new documentary.
Sports
The NFL star was shown on video apparently slapping an officer's backside on Monday after college football's big game.
Sports
The league pioneered a key diversity hiring tactic called the Rooney Rule, but that hasn’t changed how team owners hire.
Sports
Now that the head coach of the Tennesee Titans has his team within reach of the big game, good sense has prevailed.