Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
- WHO'S BUILT FOR MORE TITLE RUNS
The Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks are among the youngest teams in the NFL, they're led by dynamic quarterback Russell Wilson and boast a stingy defense.
- WHEN SUPER BOWL ADS TAKE ON A NEW TONE
Advertisers played it safe -- and sappy. As one viewer said: "The ads are less fun, but it's easier to watch the Super Bowl with your family."
- WHAT TOOK THE LIFE OF A GREAT AMERICAN ACTOR
Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman, who struggled with heroin and was found with a needle in his arm, apparently died of a drug overdose.
- 'WE ARE NOT GIVING UP THE FIGHT'
Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban vows to continue anti-government demonstrations in Thailand following tumultuous nationwide elections.
- AP FINDS NO DROP IN US SCHOOL SHOOTINGS
Despite increased security since Sandy Hook, there have been at least 11 shootings this academic year.
- UKRAINE'S PRESIDENT HEADING BACK TO WORK
Viktor Yanukovych's office announces his return as protesters seeking his ouster hold one of their largest rallies in recent weeks.
- US ABORTION RATE REPORTED TO BE LOWEST SINCE 1973
The Guttmacher Institute, which supports legal access, says there were about 1.06 million in 2011 -- down from about 1.2 million in 2008.
- TOP REPUBLICANS WANT CHRSITIE TO KEEP NATIONAL POST
They say he should remain Republican Governors Association chairman even after a former ally claims he knew more than he has said about that infamous traffic jam.
- FRENCH COMMITTEE WANTS TO BURN WHAT IT CALLS FAKE CHAGALL
A Briton who paid a small fortune for what he thought was an original canvas by the Russian-born artist has been informed it's a fake, and it should be destroyed.
- MAN SAYS HE ATE BIRDS, TURTLES IN 13 MONTHS ADRIFT
A fisherman claims his 23-foot boat was blown off course from the shores of Mexico and he survived 5,500 miles at sea before washing ashore in the Marshall Islands. Officials are skeptical.