Reading roundup: Colts, secular family values, Kevin Hart on ‘SNL’

Coffee and newspaper for reading roundup post

Sigh. Colts.

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)

  • “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)

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Author: Cori

Cori Faklaris (aka "HeyCori") is a PhD researcher at Carnegie Mellon University's Human-Computer Interaction Institute in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Faklaris is an social media expert and longtime journalist who brings this expertise to her work in usability for privacy, security and emerging technologies, such as the Internet of Things.

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