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January 31st
Rodgers earned the MVP award for the second time. Rodgers completed 341 of 520 passes for 4,381 yards and had 38 TD passes and just 5 interceptions.
January 31st
Japan's Prime Minister vowed, "We will never forgive the terrorists" after a claim that ISIS beheaded a second Japanese captive.
January 31st
Rodgers earned the MVP award for the second time. Rodgers completed 341 of 520 passes for 4,381 yards and had 38 TD passes and just 5 interceptions.
January 31st
Seahawks fans are 11 percent more likely to fumble the phone more than Patriots fans.
January 31st
For the second weekend in a row a winter storm has its sights set on the Northeast.
January 31st
Both sides blamed each other for the failure of the peace talks, aimed at ending a conflict that has claimed at least 5,000 lives.
January 31st
Carl Djerassi, a professor emeritus of chemistry at Stanford, led a team in 1951 developed norethindrone, a key component of the birth control pill.
January 31st
The 4-year-old mixed breed named Vince swallowed a pair of calf-high women's boots, and is recovering after surgery to remove the footwear.
January 31st
Fans at a high school hockey game in Fargo, North Dakota, called cops after noticing the Zamboni hitting the boards while cleaning the ice.
January 31st
With a baby and a game on the way, Richard Sherman's girlfriend says this could be the 'biggest week of our lives.'
January 31st
Bobbi Kristina Brown, 21, the daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston, was found unresponsive in a bathtub Saturday morning, and is at a hospital.
January 31st
A video released Saturday claimed that reporter Kenji Goto was executed after a Thursday deadline for Jordan to release Sajida al-Rishawi was not met.
January 31st
Women at UVA remained frustrated about a request to skip the evening's "men's bid night" fraternity parties, but many said they would comply.
January 31st
Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of the late Whitney Houston, was taken to the hospital alive and breathing after CPR was performed, police said.
January 31st
About the only thing that does seem clear is that New England's Tom Brady and Seattle's Russell Wilson both have "It." And lots of it.

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