Lunchtime Links: February 1, 2010

Beyonce was the big winner at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards, bringing home a record six trophies.

Toyota began shipping out parts today to repair gas pedals which may stick on a wide range of its recent models. The impact will include about 2.3 million cars and trucks.

President Obama hands off a $3.8 trillion budget to Congress today with competing priorities of reigning in federal spending and injecting money into the economy for job growth.

Quarterback Kurt Warner again pointed to his faith as a source of inspiration as strength in announcing his retirement from football on Friday. Warner led the St. Louis Rams (2000) and the Arizona Cardinals (2009) to the Super Bowl while amassing impressive passing statistics along the way.

A Los Angeles megachurch is one of the six finalists for a contest sponsored by Doritos to create a Super Bowl commercial. The comic spot by the Mosaic church will be aired during Super Bowl XLIV on Sunday if it one of the top three online vote-getters, which could net the church up to $1 million.

Roger Federer won his 16th Grand Slam tennis title Sunday by defeating Britain’s Andy Murray in straight sets at the Australian Open.

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