Sunday, September 24

Biggest news you missed this weekend.

Cincinnati Bengals take on Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl 56

Super Bowl 56, the 285th and final game of the NFL’s longest season, arrives Sunday and it’s down to the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams (NBC, 6:30 p.m. ET). Appearing in the Super Bowl for the third time in franchise history, the Bengals are seeking their first-ever championship. The Rams – the second team in as many years to play the Super Bowl in its home stadium – last won the Super Bowl in 2000 when they were still in St. Louis. The quarterback matchup sees veteran Matthew Stafford, who has reached many new heights after a decade-plus playing for the Detroit Lions, with Joe Burrow, who has the Bengals in the Super Bowl in just his second NFL season. But Super Bowl 56 could be decided in the trenches, where the Rams’ three-time defensive player of the year Aaron Donald and veteran edge rusher Von Miller go up against what could be an overmatched Bengals offensive line. Here’s how to watch.

The calm before the storm at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, where the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals will face off in Super Bowl 56.

Police break up protests at US-Canada Border

The lingering protest of COVID-19 restrictions was broken up when police swept through the demonstration near the Ambassador Bridge linking Detroit to Canada on Sunday, arresting a few truckers and other protesters still attempting to block the nation’s largest border crossing. On Saturday, many protestors departed after officers wearing neon yellow vests over their uniforms warned demonstrators over a public address system that they would be arrested if they didn’t leave. It was not immediately clear when the bridge, shut down by protests for a week, would reopen. The bridge closure has severely hampered US-Canada trade and prompted the auto industry to scale back production in both countries.

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Police walk the line to remove all truckers and supporters after a court injunction gave police the power to enforce the law after protesters blocked the access leading from the Ambassador Bridge, linking Detroit and Windsor, as truckers and their supporters continue to protest against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and restrictions in Windsor, Ontario, Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022.

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