The family of Australian journalist Peter Greste expressed their joy Monday at his release from an Egyptian jail, but said his two colleagues still in prison would not be forgotten. Cairo deported the award-winning correspondent for Al-Jazeera English television on Sunday after more than 400 days in detention on charges of backing the Muslim Brotherhood. "I just can't say how happy I am about it." The reporter was detained along with two colleagues, Canadian-Egyptian Mohamed Fahmy and an Egyptian producer, Baher Mohamed, in December 2013 and charged with aiding the blacklisted Brotherhood. Greste is resting in Cyprus and the family said it was not clear when he would arrive in Australia.
Glendale (United States) (AFP) - 01:40 GMT - Seahawks lead - The Seahawks are stopped short of the endzone, and Steven Hauschka kicks a 27-yard field goal. The score is 17-14 as the Seahawks take their first lead of the night.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Super Bowl ad games have so far delivered a nod to the Brady Bunch, voiceovers from Muhammad Ali and John F. Kennedy and Mindy Kaling trying to steal a kiss from fellow actor Matt Damon.