Lunchtime Links: February 8, 2010

The New Orleans Saints stunned the Indianapolis Colts, 31-17, to win Super Bowl XLIV on Sunday night in Miami.

As surprising as the result of Super Bowl XLIV may have been there’s no denying how the game’s MVP Drew Brees handled the spotlight with precision on the field and professionalism off of it.

The controversy swirling around the Super Bowl ad featuring University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow and his mother Pam sponsored by Focus on the Family largely ended following the airing of the commercial.

A Korean-American missionary who defiantly crossed a frozen river into North Korea intent on urging a change in its leadership has reunited with his overjoyed family, silent and downcast after 43 days in the communist nation’s custody.

Investigators will begin Monday trying to determine the cause of a deadly explosion at a Connecticut power plant that killed at least five people over the weekend.

President Obama proposed a televised discussion with Republican leaders over bipartisan health care legislation.

Sarah Palin didn’t rule out a run for the presidency in 2012 during her appearance this weekend at the Tea Party Convention in Nashville.

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