• 87-year-old evangelist Pat Robertson is expected to make a full recovery after suffering a stroke last Friday. 
  • John Mahoney, the dad on Frasier, has died. He was 77. 
  • Dream and reach out for your goals. 9 years ago, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson was a high school football coach. 
  • Super Bowl ratings are in, and they are down 3% compared with last year for this year's match, between the Eagles and the New England Patriots. The 47.4 overnight rating could be the lowest the championship game has seen since 2010. 
  • The Amazon Alexa commercial with all the fill-in voices won USA Today's Ad-Meter poll of the best Super Bowl commercials. In a close second, the dancing Eli Manning/Odell Beckham, Jr. spot. 
  • A study says anxious people are more likely to be bitten by dogs. 
  • The department store chain Bon-Ton has filed for bankruptcy protection. 
  • Hours after asking fans to help her find her brother in Canada, Kim Cattrall announced that he had died and has asked for privacy. 
  • Sprint says they're going to launch a 5G Network by next year. 
  • Steph Curry's wife is pregnant with their third child. 
  • Uber is starting up a bike sharing program in the San Francisco Bay area. 
  • One of the most popular plastic surgery requests these days: Meghan Markles' nose. 
  • Each athlete attending the Winter Olympics will be issued 37 condoms. 
  • Starbucks is going to launch its own VISA card. 
  • Google has passed the $100 billion mark in sales for the first time. 
  • There are some who called yesterday "National Pull a Sickie Day." An estimated 14 million people called in "sick" yesterday. 
  • Kylie Jenner announced over the weekend that she gave birth to a baby girl on February 1. Another Kardashian. Yay! 
  • Selena Gomez has admitted she recently underwent treatment at a New York mental health facility for depression and anxiety. 
  • "Jumanji" remains the number one movie in the country for the 7th week in a row. The last time that happened was with Titanic. 


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