Watch Audi's Super Bowl Ad Featuring David Bowie's 'Starman'It's a clever use of a classic song.
5 Foreigners Who Rocked America's Biggest Halftime ShowColdplay aren't the only non-American band to play the most American event ever.
Coldplay Confirmed to Play Super Bowl 50 Halftime ShowAfter much speculation about who's playing Super Bowl 50, February 7th on CBS, it has been confirmed that Coldplay do the honors.
All That Remains' Philip Labonte: 'I Don't Like When The Government Mandates Things. But I Also Like Science!'The Patriots' Super Bowl win makes him very happy. The Federal Government telling people what to do? Not so much. But that doesn't mean he doesn't think you should vaccinate your kids.
McDonald’s Unique Payment Through Valentine’s DayMcDonald's will accept "expressions of affection" as payment for food as part of its “Pay with Lovin'” campaign, happening now through Valentine’s Day.
The Good, The Bad, The Funny: Super Bowl Commercials RecapHere's a breakdown of the best of the sentimental and the silly 2015 Super Bowl Ads.
9 Must-See Super Bowl CommercialsWhile the Super Bowl is all about crown the year's best NFL team, the game is just as competitive if not more so in terms of brand's vying for the most memorable and talked-about commercial of the day.
5 Horrible Super Bowl Halftime ShowsOver the years American Football fans have been subjected to some of the worst "entertainment" imaginable during the Big Game.
Chris Pratt vs. Chris Evans: Super Bowl Showdown, Charities to BenefitThe Chris vs. Chris battle has escalated. Marvel heroes Chris Pratt and Chris Evans have raised the stakes in their Super Bowl showdown.
Katy Perry to Headline 2015 Super Bowl Halftime Show: ReportYou're gonna hear Katy Perry roar over the rahs of a Super Bowl crowd.
NFL Asks Coldplay, Katy Perry & Rihanna to Pay to Play 2015 Super Bowl Halftime ShowWhile all three acts have the stage presence and worldwide hits necessary for the big show, are they willing to pay for the privilege?
NFL Demands $16.6 Million from M.I.A.The singer's response calls out the NFL for "profane, bawdy, lascivious, demeaning and/or unacceptable behavior" by everyone from the players to performers picked to perform the halftime show.