Some hotels in New Jersey and New York are charging occupants more than $1,000 per night if they want a place to stay for Super Bowl XLVIII. It has local homeowners thinking - if hotels can do it, why can't we?
Next month, New Jersey's MetLife Stadium will play host to the Super Bowl. Bringing the NFL's championship game to the Garden State is a big win for Gov. Chris Christie particularly if he truly is eying a run at the White House in 2016. But one political expert warns of a possible pitfall for Christie as well.
The two best teams in the National Football League aren't the only ones battling for Super Bowl supremacy this winter. The big game at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford has also spurred a war among states - New Jersey vs. New York.
The New York area's major transportation agencies announced separate plans for moving crowds of football fans for February's Super Bowl, and their presentations Monday carried a common theme: Don't drive.
Instead of shrinking from the possibility that football's ultimate game could be played in a blizzard, organizers of the first outdoor, cold-climate Super Bowl have decided to embrace the snow as the game's unofficial theme.
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