Here’s a roundup of 10 or so of my best finds to start your Monday:
- New England Patriots run over the Indianapolis Colts 45-7 to clinch QB Tom Brady’s sixth Super Bowl berth. (IndyStar) | Gen. Andrew Luck’s final dispatch following the campaign in New England. (SB Nation) | Luck’s representatives and the Colts are working on a new contract that could make him the NFL’s highest-paid player. (IndyStar)
- Seattle Seahawks return to Super Bowl with miracle win vs. Green Bay Packers. (Shutdown Corner)
#ColtsNation, I think we all can agree: Go Seahawks!
— Kacy Capobres (@kacyjayne) January 19, 2015
- “My world just stopped”: Sex trafficking hits home in Carmel. (IndyStar)
- Whoa. Driver pinned between 2 semi trucks tells of terrifying crash. (CNN)
- The growing number of children being raised without any religion may turn out to be a good thing. (Los Angeles Times)
- Steak ‘n Shake-up? Effort to oust CEO Biglari in the mix. (IndyStar)
- Supreme Court to Decide Marriage Rights for Gay Couples Nationwide. (New York Times)
- This school year, most public school students are racial minorities, and more than half are living in or near poverty. (U.S. News & World Report)
- Flurry of odd deaths: Fitness expert Greg Plitt dies after being struck by train. (CNN) | Music producer A$AP Yams, one of the founders of New York City’s A$AP Mob, dies at 26. (Stereogum) | Police: Body found in pond at California resort is missing AIG exec. (Reuters via Yahoo)
- Kevin Hart on “SNL”: 3 Sketches You Have to See. (Rolling Stone)
What are you reading? Leave a link in the comments!