The USA TODAY Ad Meter rates and ranks all the Super Bowl commercials.
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Massive storm stretching from Nebraska to Maine complicates travel on Super Bowl Sunday
Holding yellow umbrellas, the demonstrators chanted "I want genuine universal suffrage."
"I feel indignation over this immoral and heinous act," Japan's Shinzo Abe said.
Tammy Jo Alexander was identified as the teen found in a New York cornfield.
It will need more hotels, restaurants and taxis to accommodate any big influx of American tourists.
A team of builders and designers have created what is essentially a house that can fit in a room.
We have you covered on quarter by quarter reactions to the good, bad and controversial ads.
Sales have slowed at the New Jersey lottery since it is under a private management contract.
Advising on speeches, huddling with mayors, Jerry Abramson embraces White House role.
With limited buses and high car insurance, this Detroit resident is often on foot.
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