In an image from video provided by CBS, Jay Leno, Oprah Winfrey and David Letterman record a promo for CBS’ “Late Show” that aired during the broadcast of the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Laura Chinchilla, the National Liberation Party’s presidential candidate in Costa Rica, waves to supporters after voting at a polling station Sunday in San Jose. Chinchilla moved closer toward a victory Sunday night that would make her the first female president in the Central American nation. Chinchilla had 47 percent of the vote after a quarter of the ballots were counted Sunday evening. The closest contender, Otton Solis of the Citizens Action Party, had 23 percent.
Texas guard Damion James, right, shoots in front of Oklahoma forward Ryan Wright during their game Saturday in Norman, Okla. James leads the Longhorns into today’s Big Monday game against Kansas.
Boston Celtics’ Rajon Rondo (9) keeps the ball inbounds as Orlando Magic’s Vince Carter ducks in the fourth quarter. The Magic won, 96-89, Sunday in Boston.
Steve Stricker reacts after making par on the 18th hole to win the Northern Trust Open. Stricker closed with a 70 Sunday at Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles.
New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees holds his son Baylen after the Super Bowl. Brees was named MVP after the Saints’ 31-17 victory Sunday over the Colts in Miami.
Kansas University’s Kelly Kohn, foreground left, and Carolyn Davis celebrate with the rest of the bench in this Feb. 7, 2010, file photo. The KU women will participate in their "Think Pink" game on Saturday against Missouri.
Members of the LHS dance team play roller coaster with their young students before the start of the clinic.
Sara King, Lawrence High School junior, helps Aubrey Fischer, 7, Lawrence, with her dance steps during the annual Little Lion dance clinic on Sunday at LHS.
Characters from “The Simpsons” were part of a Coca-Cola ad aired during the 2010 Super Bowl. Humor played a greater role in commercials this year, and gave viewers some memorable moments.