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The Super Bowl: The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41 to 33 in a suspenseful, spectacular matchup that pitted an underdog team against five-time champions. Justin Timberlake’s halftime show was less impressive: The pop star’s apparently halfhearted performance failed to command attention. For those still gloating at the Patriots’ defeat, here’s the case against the superstar quarterback Tom Brady. And for those who love neither Eagles (the athletes) nor eagles (the birds), here’s a collection of superb owls.

A spacecraft that scientists thought had been lost in 2005 And SpaceX is preparing to launch the Falcon Heavy, a rocket twice as powerful—or it could literally blow up in their faces.

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