A California father tired of his child being bullied at school filed a restraining order against the 9-year-old boy accused of physically assaulting his son — a move authorities say is unprecedented.
Police in Roseville, Mich., say a heroin addict attempted to steal a $179 battery-powered drill from a Home Depot and then stabbed the store’s loss prevention officer with a contaminated syringe when he was confronted.
Politico reported that it seemed likely the court would reject the notion that businesses have absolutely no religious freedom rights.
Indiana has become the first of 45 states to opt out of the national education standard known as Common Core, and critics of the controversial K-12 program say the move could “open the floodgates” for others to follow.
Bad news for supporters of national education curriculum: States with education standards most closely aligned to Common Core fared worse on math tests than states with their own standards, according to a new study.
A camera keeps a watchful eye on John Gambino’s Plantation property from atop a 12-foot pole. The camera is not his; it’s his neighbor’s, fueling a dispute over privacy and property rights that plays out time and again across South Florida.
The Indiana Court of Appeals today issued a decision arising out of a neighborly dispute gone very badly. In Curry v. Whitaker, Case No. 49A02-1004-CC-39, one neighbor sued another for invasion of privacy, based on the surveillance that was going on of the first neighbor’s home. The Court held that this could not amount to invasion of privacy by intrusion.
“It’s official … I’m White!!!” wrote America’s Got Talent host Nick Cannon with a photo of himself in white makeup.
The online “media watchdog” contends that calling gay people “homosexual” is “a practice that’s quickly falling out of favor with major news outlets due the term’s often pejorative connotation and frequent use by opponents of LGBT equality.” Fox News, they chide, “has yet to update its language when referring to gay and lesbian people.”