The Philadelphia Eagles scored four fourth quarter touchdowns, rallying in a snowstorm to beat the Detroit Lions 34-20 as wintry weather wreaked havoc on several NFL games. LeSean McCoy rushed the ball 29 times for a franchise-record 217 yards and scored two of the Eagles' fourth-quarter touchdowns in snowy conditions at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. McCoy broke Steve Van Buren's record of 205 yards set in 1949. With the blizzard-like conditions hampering NFL offenses Sunday, a number of teams turned to their running games and the Eagles were no exception.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Pro-government candidates and opponents of President Nicolas Maduro split Venezuela's disputed mayoral elections Sunday, prolonging a political stalemate in the face of mounting economic problems.