Super Bowl 2021: So many ways to watch and stream, including with friends on Yahoo Sports app

It’s almost time to watch the Super Bowl. There are ways to stream the big game plus some fun features to complement the Buccaneers-Chiefs matchup.

Denver successfully sent mental health professionals, not police, to hundreds of calls

The STAR program was able to respond to 748 calls in 6 months. No calls required the assistance of police, and no one was arrested.

College basketball winners and losers: Missouri, Oklahoma State, Illinois make big statements

Missouri in the SEC, Illinois in the Big Ten, and Oklahoma State in the Big 12 earned huge wins Saturday with just five weeks until Selection Sunday.

Leon Spinks, former heavyweight boxing champ, dies at 67

Spinks died Friday night near his home in a Henderson, Nev. hospital after battling with prostate cancer for several years.

David Hogg, Parkland shooting survivor, says he’s launching a competitor to MyPillow

Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg says he plans to launch a pillow company to compete with MyPillow, whose CEO has claimed Trump won the election.

100 years after the Tulsa Massacre, entrepreneurs revive spirit of ‘Black Wall Street’

Descendants of the Greenwood District’s business leaders celebrate the resilience that has helped Black families succeed in Oklahoma for generations.

Live politics updates: Wyoming GOP votes to censure Rep. Liz Cheney for her vote to impeach Trump

The vote to censure Cheney comes days after House Republicans voted down an effort to remove Cheney from her leadership post.

Man records himself seeing full color for first time

Alan Gilpatric is colorblind and has a hard time seeing certain colors. When he puts these glasses on, he’ll see them for the first time.

Kelly Ripa speaks on son Joaquin’s dyslexia and how it has become ‘a blessing’

Kelly Ripa discussed the emotional conversation with her husband as they reflected on their son’s college choices despite fighting dyslexia.

‘Do better’: Natalie Portman calls out New York Post for article speculating she was pregnant

Natalie Portman is calling out the New York Post for a story published on their subsidiary outlet, Page Six, alleging the actress was pregnant.