Brady leads Patriots back to Super Bowl, tops Jaguars 24-20

Give ‘em a hand: Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are heading back to the Super Bowl. Brady shook off a hand injury and threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Danny Amendola with 2:48 remaining, rallying the Patriots to a 24-20 comeback victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC championship Sunday.

Bombing at market in southern Thailand kills 3, injures 18

Police say three people have been killed and 18 injured by a bomb that exploded in a market in southern Thailand. Police Lt. Eakapong Rattanachai said an attacker parked a motorcycle rigged with explosives near the market and bought goods there to blend in with the crowd Monday morning.

Deportation fears have legal immigrants avoiding health care

The number of legal immigrants from Latin American nations who access public health services and enroll in federally subsidized insurance plans has dipped substantially since President Donald Trump took office, many of them fearing their information could be used to identify and deport relatives living in the U.S. illegally, according to health advocates across the country.

Rockwell and Janney among early SAG Awards winners

The Screen Actors Guild Awards is tipping the scales for some Oscar hopefuls with early supporting actor wins Sunday for “I, Tonya’s” Allison Janney and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’s” Sam Rockwell.

Eagles fans take to streets to celebrate after team’s win

Thousands of Philadelphia Eagles fans have taken to the streets to celebrate following their team’s 38-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC championship game. The Eagles will be playing in their first Super Bowl since they lost to this year’s AFC champions the New England Patriots in 2005.

Mexico posts highest homicide rate in decades

Mexico posted its highest homicide rate in decades, with the government reporting Sunday there were 29,168 murders in 2017. The number is the highest since comparable records began being kept in 1997 and is also higher than the peak year of Mexico’s drug war in 2011, when there were 27,213 murders.