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April 21, 2014
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Come on down! You're about to be the next contestant to get caught apparently committing fraud on The Price is Right!

Cathy Cashwell made a big mistake last year when she appeared on the beloved game show and spun the Big Wheel not once but twice, despite the fact that she was off work for a shoulder injury that purportedly made her "totally unable to stand, run, reach, or grab," according to an ABC news investigation. Cashwell (you can't really blame her for going on The Price is Right — she had the perfect name) was collecting $3,000 a month in workers' comp when she made her television debut, ABC News says.

According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, questionable workers' comp claims are up 24 percent over the last year, and costing the government millions. In addition to Cashwell, ABC News tracked down one of the more than 100 New York City police officers and firefighters recently indicted for falsely claiming they had PTSD and anxiety as a result of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. ABC News' target, Vincent Lamantia, had claimed he was too depressed to work, but prosecutors say he took lavish vacations and then bragged online about having a new job.

As for Cashwell, she told ABC News' Cecilia Vegas that despite looking joyous during her appearance on The Price is Right, she was "hurting the whole time." Watch the video below. --Catherine Garcia

9:06 p.m. ET

For the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, Coldplay called in a few friends to help rock Levi's Stadium. After playing a medley of hits, the band stepped aside to let Bruno Mars perform "Uptown Funk" and Beyonce and crew steal the show with "Formation." The show ended with everyone joining forces to sing together, fireworks, and a special message in the stands. Catherine Garcia

8:41 p.m. ET

Fans of the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers went all out for Super Bowl 50, donning their wackiest wigs, outfits, and accessories for the big game (all in shades of orange and blue, of course), with some even going so far as shaving the number of their favorite player into their hair. Here's a look at some of the biggest fans at Levi's Stadium. Catherine Garcia

8:18 p.m. ET

Jordan Norwood of the Denver Broncos set a record on Sunday for the longest punt return in Super Bowl history.

Norwood caught the ball and sprinted for 61 yards before being ran down by Mario Addison on the Panthers' 14-yard-line, NBC Sports reports. The new record shatters the previous one made by John Taylor, 45 yards, during Super Bowl XXIII. Catherine Garcia

8:00 p.m. ET

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is known to celebrate first downs and touchdowns by "dabbing," but did you know it was actually Betty White who taught him everything he knows about the dance craze? Okay, that might not be entirely true, but White is certainly taking credit for it in a new CBS Sports video. Watch everyone's favorite golden girl show off her moves in the video below. Catherine Garcia

7:31 p.m. ET

Before Super Bowl 50 began, the MVPs from previous years were celebrated during a ceremony at Levi's Stadium.

Former football stars Joe Montana, Joe Namath, Jerry Rice, Steve Young, and Ray Lewis were cheered, but one player wasn't shown the same respect — Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who instead was booed by the crowd. Watch the video below. Catherine Garcia

6:50 p.m. ET

Super Bowl 50 started off with a bang, as Lady Gaga sang a beautiful rendition of the National Anthem. In an earlier interview with the NFL Network, the pop star said performing at the Super Bowl was an "honor" and "a total dream come true." Catherine Garcia

6:37 p.m. ET
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Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos are facing off against Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, and those who don't have access to a television can still watch every minute of the game during the livestream on CBSSports.com.

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