Super Bowl XLVII is right around the corner -- check out these highlights and get hyped!
Saluting the Baltimore Ravens for their win in this year's Super Bowl, President Obama also noted the wealth of community service performed by team members, calling them a "testimony to the connection they feel to this city" and commending the Ravens as "a team that loves Baltimore as much as Baltimore loves the Ravens." He was later presented with a Raven's jersey bearing the name "Mr. President" and the number "44."
For the first time, CBS Sports announcer Jim Nantz is speaking out about what happened during the blackout at the Super Bowl and how he wanted to report on it.
The New Orleans Times Picayune said the blackout during Superbowl XXVII was caused by a faulty electronic relay. Charlie Rose reports.
Rick Horrow has the latest business news from the Gridiron.
Peter Schrager weighs in on the Super Bowl officiating.
Joe Flacco gets fitted for a fashion show.
Casino magnate Gary Loveman tells Gayle King about the recovery progress in Atlantic City after Hurricane Sandy.
Casino magnate Gary Loveman talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his efforts to affect change in U.S. immigration, as well as Medicare and Social Security reform.
An asteroid called DA14 is on a trajectory to give Earth a close shave next Friday, but there's nothing to worry about: Ben Afleck and Bruce Willis are already on the job, plus it's only half the size of a football field. Join The 404 today as we go asteroid hunting.
Baltimore's Gardiner Furniture says a Super Bowl promise will cost the company $600,000. Gayle King reports.