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BALTIMORE (AP) Baltimore's Loyola University has received $1 million from the estate of former Secretary of State General Alexander M. Haig Junior Haig's younger brother, the Reverend Frank Haig, is a professor emeritus of physics at the university.

TOWSON, Md. (AP) Baltimore County police say a toilet found outside a county building with a cell phone and several notes attached to it is not dangerous. Police say investigators have a lead on a possible suspect, but he declined to provide details. Authorities say the materials were arranged to give the impression the toilet might contain an explosive device.

NEW CASTLE, Del. (AP) Delaware State Police have arrested a man they say hit his girlfriend several times and choked her while they were in a motel room. Police have charged 48-year-old Brian Braxton of Wilmington with assault and other offenses.

NEW YORK (AP) For the second year in a row, the Super Bowl has set a new record for American television viewing. The Nielsen Company says that an estimated 111 million people watched the Green Bay Packers outlast the Pittsburgh Steelers. That tops the 106.5 million who watched the 2010 game between New Orleans and Indianapolis.

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