• In this June 19, 2014 image released by CBS News, co-hosts Norah O'Donnell , from left, Charlie Rose and Gayle King appear on the set of "CBS This Morning," in New York. CBS' telecast of the big game is expected to give extra attention to the news show, which is steadily becoming a player in the morning TV world. CBS hopes new viewers tune in, and the show's  King has the spotlight of an interview with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama during the pregame show. (John Paul Filo/CBS via AP)

    Super Bowl an opportunity for ‘CBS This Morning’

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Super Bowl looms as an important opportunity for the people at “CBS This Morning,” although they have no plans to be anywhere near the San Francisco area.

  • In this Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015, file photo, Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel speaks with media members after an NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks, in Seattle. Tired of Manziel’s off-field transgressions, some Browns fans have vowed not to discuss the quarterback on Twitter in February 2016. They’ve begun a “Johnny Free February” movement to refrain from mentioning Manziel on their social media accounts. (AP Photo/Scott Eklund, File)

    Browns fans boycotting Johnny Manziel for month on Twitter

    CLEVELAND (AP) — Floating on an inflatable swan was one thing. Being hunted by a police helicopter was too much.

  • In this Feb. 1, 2006 file photo, a Jewish settler struggles  with an Israeli security officer during clashes that erupted as authorities evacuated the West Bank settlement outpost of Amona, east of the Palestinian town of Ramallah. Ten years ago today, AP photographer Oded Balilty captured the powerful image, winning the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography, becoming the first and thus far only Israeli to be awarded the coveted honor. He is the most recent AP photographer to win the prize with a single image.(AP Photo/Oded Balilty, File)

    10 years on, AP photographer remembers Pulitzer moment

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Ten years ago today, AP photographer Oded Balilty captured the powerful image of a Jewish settler woman defying Israeli soldiers as they forcibly removed her from a West Bank settlement.

  • In this Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016 photo, students walk throughout the Tel Aviv University campus in Israel. As a global boycott movement against Israeli universities gains steam, Israeli professors say they are increasingly feeling the pressure from their colleagues overseas. The academic boycott is part of the broader pro-Palestinian “BDS” campaign, which advocates boycotts, divestment and sanctions against Israel. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)

    Israeli academics face growing boycott pressures

    HAIFA, Israel (AP) — Israeli anthropologist Dan Rabinowitz is a leader in his field, heading a prestigious school of environmental studies at Tel Aviv University, authoring dozens of publications and holding visiting teaching positions over the years at leading North American universities.

  • A makeshift roadside memorial for rancher LaVoy Finicum stands on a highway north of Burns, Oregon Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016. Finicum was killed Tuesday night in a confrontation with the FBI and Oregon State Police on a remote road. Four people occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge held their position Sunday. They have demanded that they be allowed to leave without being arrested. (AP Photo/Nick K. Geranios)

    Makeshift memorial springs up on Oregon highway for rancher

    BURNS, Ore. (AP) — About a dozen people paid their respects Sunday afternoon at a makeshift memorial that has sprung up where rancher Robert “LaVoy” Finicum was shot and killed by police last week on U.S. Highway 395 north of Burns.

  • Michael Keaton, from left, Rachel McAdams, and Mark Ruffalo introduce their film “Spotlight”, nominated for best cast in a motion picture at the 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Vince Bucci/Invision/AP)

    The Latest: ‘The Big Short,’ ‘Spotlight’ to vie at SAGs

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on Saturday’s 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles (all times local):

  • In a Tuesday, Jan 26, 2016 file photo, a Screen Actors Guild Awards statue for the 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards is displayed at the TCL Chinese Theatre, in Los Angeles. The awards, to be broadcast live from Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium on TNT and TBS on Saturday, Jan. 30 beginning at 8 p.m. EST, come amid uproar over a second straight year of all-white Academy Awards acting nominees. (Photo by Rich Fury/Invision/AP, File)

    ‘The Big Short,’ ‘Spotlight’ to vie at SAG Awards

    A Hollywood beset by a crisis over diversity will convene for the 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, where the night’s top film honor may be a toss-up between the ensembles of two fact-based tales: “The Big Short” and “Spotlight.”

  • This photo taken from an FBI video shows Robert "LaVoy" Finicum after he was fatally shot by police Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016 near Burns, Ore.  A video released Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016 by the FBI of the shooting death of a spokesman for the armed occupiers of a wildlife refuge shows the man reaching into his jacket before he fell into the snow. The FBI said the man had a gun in his pocket. (FBI via AP)

    Prosecutors use refuge occupiers’ own words against them

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Ammon Bundy and his followers made ample use of social media and videos to summon armed recruits to join their takeover of a wildlife refuge and to declare their readiness to stand their ground. Now federal authorities are using the occupiers’ own words against them.

  • In this May 16, 2012 file photo, the Facebook logo is displayed on an iPad in Philadelphia. Facebook says it’s cracking down on online gun sales, with a new policy that bars private individuals from advertising or selling firearms on the world’s largest social network, Friday, Jan. 29, 2016.(AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

    Facebook announces stricter policy on firearms sales

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook says it’s cracking down on online gun sales, announcing Friday a new policy barring private individuals from advertising or selling firearms on the world’s largest social network.

  • Virginia Senate allows reporters back on floor

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Reporters in Virginia will once again be able to get an up-close look at how the state Senate is operating, while plans proceed in Missouri to move reporters away from the action.