Despite rumors that there would be a politically charged halftime show and an ensuing boycott from the right, main act Lady Gaga delivered a tame performance, while corporate sponsors took bigger risks.
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Belgian-owned beer company Anheuser-Busch’s announcement has met with mixed reactions.
Although HBO's "Last Week Tonight" host delivered a scathing critique of the soccer organization last year, he decided to give it another shot Sunday after last week's arrest of several FIFA officials.
The actors from arguably the most annoying commercial ever have reprised their roles for a more constructive purpose than selling beer. Now if only the Verizon guy would come out against warrantless wiretapping.
The Brits are in on the American election speculation game, judging by this Daily Mail article about John McCain's first wife, Carol, which, despite reporter Sharon Churcher's "tsk-tsk" tone about McCain's possible philandering and his eventual wife-swap (enter Cindy, beer heiress, pictured), also allows that Carol McCain still cares about her ex-husband and supports him in his political ventures.