Green Bay Packers Win Super Bowl; New Egypt Cabinet to Meet; Julian Assange Extradition Trial Begins


• If you’ve been living under a rock, you might not be aware that the Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers for a fourth Super Bowl win in last night’s Super Bowl XLV. And now you do. Congrats, Cheeseheads! [NYP]

• Egypt’s new Cabinet is expected to have its first meeting since protests began. Meanwhile, demonstrations continue, with protesters vowing to stay until Mubarak resigns. [Bikya Masr]

 Wael Ghonim, the Google executive who has been missing for more than a week in Cairo will be released on Monday, according to Egyptian TV. There was no information as to his condition. [CNN]

• Julian Assange is back in court in London as his extradition trial moves forward. [WP]

New York City had a slight increase in traffic deaths in 2010, but it’s still safter than Dallas, Los Angeles, and Chicago. [DNAInfo]

• The former TWA airline terminal at JFK Airport might be reopened as a boutique hotel, reports the Wall Street Journal (paywall). [USA Today]

• It’s warm(er) and sunny today, but expect another rain/snow hit late tonight and tomorrow morning. [Weather]

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