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The New York City Council approved legislation Thursday that treats electronic cigarettes similar to tobacco cigarettes, by banning their use in indoor public spaces.
"Duck Dynasty" reality star Phil Robertson has created a firestorm ahead of January's issue of GQ, saying that homosexuality is illogical and gays "won't inherit the kingdom of God."
A former Detroit Public Schools accountant has been sentenced to 70 months behind bars for colluding with her daughter to steal $530,000 from the district through fake billings, CBS Detroit reported.
It's a stark fact that is fueling an already intense debate about gun rights in this state: It was an armed deputy who stopped the Arapahoe High School gunman last week from unleashing a deadly massacre, not the expansive new gun control laws approved by Colorado Democrats in March in reaction to two mass shootings.
The Senate on Tuesday seemed poised to wrap a procedural battle that will open the doors for a budget deal to actually head to President Obama’s desk for signing.
A Georgia high school student was suspended for a year after a surveillance video caught him hugging his teacher, and a petition calling for his "extreme punishment" to be lifted has gained significant support.
A South Florida Walmart employee has been arrested after he shot up his coworker's car who had just won the Employee of the Month award, police said.