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Need to Know News: Giant parade awaits Super Bowl winners; U.S. closes embassy as fighting rages in Syria
February 6th, 2012
10:34 AM ET

Need to Know News: Giant parade awaits Super Bowl winners; U.S. closes embassy as fighting rages in Syria

Each day, we here at "Piers Morgan Tonight" put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.

For February 6, 2012 – Giant parade awaits Super Bowl winners, U.S. closes embassy in Syria and M.I.A. flips middle finger at halftime show...

• Giant parade awaits Super Bowl winners: "A ticker tape parade awaits the New York Giants this week when the team returns home as Super Bowl champions after defeating the New England Patriots 21-17 on a last-minute touchdown. The Super Bowl victory Sunday night was the fourth for the Giants; the team defeated the Patriots 17-14 in the 2008 title game."

U.S. closes embassy as fighting rages in Syria: "The United States closed its embassy in Syria and pulled out remaining staff Monday after the Syrian government refused to address its security concerns, senior State Department officials told CNN."

'I'm sorry. Goodbye,' father says: "Shortly before he set fire to his Puyallup, Washington, house and killed himself and his two sons, Josh Powell - a suspect in the 2009 disappearance of his wife - apparently sent a three-word e-mail to his attorney. It said simply: 'I'm sorry. Goodbye.'"

More GOP caucuses next stop for front-runner Romney: "With former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney coming off his second straight victory, the race for the GOP presidential nomination heads to three states holding caucuses this week."

M.I.A. flips middle finger at halftime show: "Ahead of her Super Bowl halftime show, singer Madonna promised there would be no "wardrobe malfunction." What she didn't guarantee was no obscene gestures."

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