The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41-33 to become the winners of Super Bowl LII (52).
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People are worried about freedom in Kenya. Kenya's president is shutting down TV stations and arresting some people he thinks are working against him.
Scientists used lasers to find almost 60,000 very old Mayan buildings hidden in the jungle. This important discovery changes our ideas about the Mayans.
Australia Loses Top Secret Papers in File Cabinets
The Australian government got rid of some old filing cabinets. The people who bought the cabinets found top secret documents inside.
A group of stores in France put Nutella on sale. People began to fight over the cheap jars of chocolate spread.
American soccer star Landon Donovan has stopped playing soccer twice. Now he says he will play again for a team in Mexico.
The store IKEA put an unusual ad in a Swedish magazine. The ad asked women to pee on the ad to find out if they were pregnant.
Thieves stole jewels worth millions of dollars from a famous hotel in Paris, France. Three of the thieves were caught, but others got away.
A heavy rain storm in California caused serious mudslides that killed at least 15 people and damaged houses. Rescue workers are still looking for more people who might be stuck, hurt, or dead.
Alabama beat Georgia to become the National College Football Champions. A new quarterback came in after half time and saved the game.
North Korea and South Korea have agreed to have meetings to try and fix their problems. They will also talk about how they can work together in the Winter Olympics in February.