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Peyton Manning’s Wife Ashley Thompson Manning, Twin Boys Marshall and Mosley keep Qb motivated

17 hours ago

Peyton Manning's wife is the former Ashley Thompson and the Denver Broncos Qb has credited her and their 4-year old twin boys Marshall and Mosley for keeping him motivated. Peyton and Ashley have been together for nearly 20 years and were married in 2001 and family is import to the Denver Broncos Qb. "My entire family keeps me positive and they always support me," he said in an earlier interview. "Without them, I would not be where I am today. I am very grateful." Peyton will start at Qb for the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 today, his team is the underdog against the Carolina Panthers in the biggest game of the National Football league season. Ashley and the twins will be in attendance and if the Broncos win the Lombardi Trophy, will be by his side to help him celebrate. Win or lose - this may be the last game for Peyton Manning, »

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PGA Tour Leaderboard, Waste Management Phoenix Open - Golf scores from Tpc Scottsdale

19 hours ago

Round four of the Waste Management Phoenix Open is underway, check out the full PGA Tour Leaderboard below. The weather is perfect on Sunday at the Tpc in Scottsdale and the golf course will be crowded again, although Super Bowl Sunday brings down the crowds a bit. Saturday's round three broke attendance records again - over 201,000 people attended the Waste Management Phoenix Open yesterday. Sunday's final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open at the Tpc Scottsdale got underway about 9 a.m. on Sunday local time and the leaders have just teed off. For golf fans who want to keep one eye on the Super Bowl, the final round typically ends just after 4 p.m. (6 p.m. Et), barring a playoff and the Super Bowl kicks off at 4:30 local time in Phoenix. (6:30 Et) Check out the full current leaderboard below. A live leaderboard with shot-by-shot updates is here. »

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Super Bowl 50 Time, TV, Streaming: 2016 Game Start, How to Watch Online (Halftime, too)

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The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers play in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, (February 7, 2016) and the game starts at 6:30 Pm Et, 3:30 on the West Coast. The game can be watched in the Us on free TV, CBS will broadcast the game from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. To watch the game online, go to CBS here. You will also be able to stream the halftime show and Coldplay's Chris Martin talked about the massive effort it takes to get ready for the show. Martin said he is "fascinated" by the amount of people working on Coldplay's halftime set at the Super Bowl. The band has a huge team for their coveted 12-minute performance at halftime. Chris said: "It's just as fascinating to see all the people on headsets, people who have practiced to push the stage on and people who've built the lights. Everyone on the pitch »

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Hillary Clinton booed at Democratic debate (Video) attacks Bernie Sanders

5 February 2016 1:55 AM, PST

Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bernie Sanders participated in a Democratic Party debate last night (Feb. 4, 2016) and Hillary was booed as she tried to attack Bernie. The debate was on MSNBC, watch the video below of the booing from the audience aimed at Hillary Clinton. During the debate, Bernie turned up the heat about Hillary taking millions from Wall Street and she said it shouldn't matter. “People support me because they know me, they know my life’s work … and at the end of the day, they endorse me because they know I can get things done,” Clinton said as the two debated. Sanders shot back, saying that in the last quarter Clinton’s Super Pac raised $15 million in “a whole lot of money from drug companies and other special interests.” “Senator Sanders has said that he wants to run a positive campaign,” Clinton said. “But time and time again by innuendo and by insinuation, »

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Bernie Sanders' poll numbers today on the rise over Hillary Clinton, nationally and in New Hampshire

5 February 2016 1:25 AM, PST

Bernie Sanders' poll numbers are on the rise in New Hampshire and nationally against Hillary Rodham Clinton as the two Democratic Party presidential hopefuls prepare for the New Hampshire primary vote next Tuesday (Feb. 9, 2016). Sanders and Clinton had a heated debate last night, but these numbers were polled and gathered before that debate. New Hampshire Primary polls are a bit varied, but most show big leads for Bernie over Hillary - including the latest UMass/7News daily tracking poll. That survey has Sanders at 55% and Clinton at only 40%. Nationally, the latest poll shows Bernie in a virtual tie with Hillary, a stunning push for Sanders who trailed 61%-30% in the previous poll. Right now, Clinton is leading the race with 44 percent support, compared to 42 percent support for Sanders, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll, but that is within the margin of error. “Democrats nationwide are feeling the Bern as Sen. »

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PGA Tour Leaderboard Waste Management Phoenix Open 2016 - Golf scores from Tpc Scottsdale

4 February 2016 3:38 AM, PST

The PGA Tour is in Scottsdale, Az this week for the 2016 Waste Management Phoenix Open, check out the full leaderboard below as the golfers are on the course. Rickie Fowler is on top early in the fist round with Phil Mickelson trailing by only one stroke. Thursday's first round TV coverage is from 3 to 7 p.m. on the Golf Channel and this golf tournament really plays well on TV. The Waste Management Phoenix Open is famous for having the loudest and most rowdy fans on the PGA Tour, especially on the 16th hole where the par 3 is surrounded by stadium like seating. The golfers are roundly booed if they miss the green, but are rewarded with loud cheering with a good tee shot. The full current leaderboard is below, see a live leaderboard with shot-by-shot updates here. Waste Management Phoenix Open leaderboard 2016 - round one 1 1  Rickie Fowler -5 -5 8 - »

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New Hampshire Presidential Primary Polls, Latest Numbers show Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders on top

4 February 2016 1:39 AM, PST

The latest New Hampshire presidential polls are showing improving numbers for Marco Rubio, but Donald Trump is still leading the Republican Party candidates by a wide margin. For the Democratic presidential primary - Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Rodham Clinton 58% to 36%, according to the latest 7News/UMass Lowell New Hampshire tracking poll. Donald Trump maintains his first place lead with 36% support of those voters who were polled. Marco Rubio moved past Ted Cruz into second place, Rubio now has 15% support, while Ted Cruz, now in third place, has 14%. Everyone else is in single digits in the thinning Gop field of presidential hopefuls. Jeb Bush has 8% support while John Kasich is at 7%, with Chris Christie at 5 %, Ben Carson at 4% and Carly Fiorina at 3%. This poll is a daily poll and Rubio gained 3 points overnight and 7 points since his stronger-than-expected finish in the Iowa caucuses on Monday. Trump »

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New Hampshire Polls after Iowa Caucuses 2016 show Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders on top

2 February 2016 2:30 AM, PST

The polls for New Hampshire, the next primary after the Iowa Caucuses show a decent lead for both Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders. Both Trump and Sanders finished second in Iowa, but with a week to go are favored by pollsters to win New Hampshire. But a lot could change in that week, especially on the Gop side, but it will take a big sift, unless the pollsters have missed poorly. The Real Clear Politics average shows a wide margin for Trump and Sanders and a lot of ground for those who are polling below the respective leaders to make up in a very short time. Trump has 33.7% support, while Iowa winner Ted Cruz has 11.5%, John Kasich is polling at 11.3% according to the Rcp Poll Averages. Jeb Bush is at 10.5% and Marco Rubio, the third place finisher in Iowa, is polling at 10.2%. On the Democratic Party side of »

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How many delegates did Hillary Clinton win by coin toss over Bernie Sanders in Iowa?

2 February 2016 1:58 AM, PST

How many delegates did Hillary Clinton win by coin toss over Bernie Sanders in Iowa? Hillary Rodham Clinton appears to be the winner in the Democratic Party's Iowa Caucus, but by the slimmest of margins over Bernie Sanders. Clinton won a handful of her delegates on a coin toss over Sanders, but just how many did the former First Lady pick up by luck of the flip of a coin? Market Watch reveals "at least six precincts where the decision on awarding a county delegate came down to a coin toss were won by Clinton." Sanders lost all six of those coin flips. Watch the video below to catch one of the coin tosses. The Des Moines Register reports: "In a handful of Democratic caucus precincts Monday, a delegate was awarded with a coin toss. It happened in precinct 2-4 in Ames, where supporters of candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton »

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Iowa Caucus Results 2016 - Tonight's winners, election results, Democrat and Republican

1 February 2016 12:29 PM, PST

The Iowa Caucus results will be tonight, both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party will crown a winner for Iowa tonight. Who will be tonight's winners? The final poll gave Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald Trump (pictured) the lead in Iowa, but the caucus system is complicated and tends to give the edge to underdogs. What will the 2016 results be? According to USA Today, "the parties handle their caucuses differently. Republicans cast secret ballots; Democrats gather in candidate affinity groups and then reshuffle if some voters stood for a candidate who does not have enough support to be viable." Check back later as we will update the Iowa Caucus results as they are made available by the Republican Party and the Democratic Party. CNN notes that while the Iowa caucuses have "huge symbolic power, and while they don't always predict who will be sworn in as the next president, »

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PGA Tour Leaderboard Farmers Insurance Open 2016, Torrey Pines: Golf resumes Monday in La Jolla

1 February 2016 3:00 AM, PST

The PGA Tour can usually count on beautiful weather in La Jolla, California for the Farmers Insurance Open, but this week the PGA Tour golf tournament was rained out on Sunday and the leaders will finish on Monday (Feb. 1, 2016). The leaderboard is below, play is resuming at 11 am on the West Coast and it could be a furious finish. The course is a bit roughed up from yesterday's high winds and there are several trees down and tournament officials have decided to ban spectators from the course for Monday's play. The tournament's fourth round Monday finish will be broadcast on the Golf Channel and if you can't watch that - check out a live stream online here. The leaderboard as players begin play in La Jolla is below, weather forecasters are predicting the players will be battling winds again. A live leaderboard that is updated shot by shot is here. »

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Nate Silver predicts win for Hillary Rodham Clinton over Bernie Sanders, Iowa Caucuses (Sort of)

1 February 2016 2:09 AM, PST

Numbers guru Nate Silver has indicated he believes Hillary Rodham Clinton may win against Bernie Sanders in the Democratic Party's Iowa Caucuses tonight (February 1, 2016). The Iowa Caucuses are more difficult to predict than most primary contests due to the caucus rules (see more on those below), but Silver reports at Five Thirty Eight that the even though the latest polls show momentum for the underdog, and though Bernie Sanders is very close, he's not gaining on Clinton enough to win. Probably. The report tackles why Bernie may not pull off the Iowa Caucus upset. "What’s blunting Sanders’s progress? Actually, it might not have a lot to do with Sanders. Clinton isn’t an easy mark. She remains extremely popular with Democrats, including in Iowa, where her favorable rating was 81 percent in the Des Moines Register poll. (Sanders’s favorable rating was 82 percent in the same poll.)" Caucus rules and predictions… »

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