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Tami Bradley, the wife of Two Eagles Balloon pilot Troy Bradley, gets a text message from her daughter about the balloon surpassing a world duration record while at mission control in Albuquerque, N.M., on Friday, Jan. 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan)
New Italian President Sergio Mattarella, left, poses for photographers with Lower Chamber president Laura Boldrini, right at the Constitutional court building near the Quirinal Palace, the official residence of the President of the Italian Republic, in Rome, Jan. 31, 2015. Italian lawmakers elected Sergio Mattarella, a Constitutional Court justice widely considered to be above the political fray, as the nation's new president on the third day of voting Saturday. Mattarella's election as head of state was clinched when he amassed 505 votes — a simple majority. The 73-year-old former minister with center-left political roots went on to garner 665 votes from the 1,009 eligible electors. Known as a man of few words, Mattarella cemented that reputation with his first remarks to the nation. "My thoughts go, above all, to the difficulties and hopes of our fellow citizens. That's enough, he said, referring to the grim economic situation. Italy is mired in recession and unemployment has hovered about 13 percent nationally. Young Italians are increasingly seeking work abroad. (AP Photo/Ettore Ferrari, Ansa) ITALY OUT
This photo taken with a long exposure provided by NASA, spectators watch as a Delta 2 rocket carrying the Soil Moisture Active Passive, SMAP, satellite launches early Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  The launch is a three-year mission to track the amount of water locked in soil, which may help residents in low-lying regions brace for floods or farmers prepare for drought conditions.  (AP Photo/NASA, Bill Ingalls)  MANDATORY CREDIT

Teen is 'freaking out' over Super Bowl surprise

Daniel Duncan got the surprise of his life after a call from Bobby Wagner, one of his favorite Seattle Seahawks players, granted his Super Bowl wish.

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