Why critics say a law meant to protect kids from meth addicts is being used to limit women’s rights.
Plus, news on pepper-spraying police, questioning science and accidental admissions
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Moore County, Tenn. is suffering even while its most historic resident, Jack Daniel, and his eponymous distillery continue to rake in profits. So what’s a little tax to help keep the area in business?
A Tennessee woman just wanted to share her love of vegetarian eating. The state thought she was expressing her love for a more explicit activity.
Pat Summitt is the winningest coach in the history of college basketball, men’s or women’s — she has 1,071 of them. When she announced that she had been diagnosed with the early onset dementia, Alzheimer’s type, on …
Remember that time that you got really bored in class and carved your initials into the desk? Well, it turns out that’s not such a good idea if you are a member of the government. And if the desk is in the state House chamber.
Because if you don’t talk about something, it doesn’t exist, right?
Catastrophic quakes can (and do) happen in the U.S. — and not just on the West Coast.
No more pencils, no more books – the iPad “changes everything”, right?
Steve Urkel, the nerdy neighbor from 90′s sitcom Family Matters, has become the inspiration for a high school fashion solution.
The running back had another bout with his wayward hands, but the gravity behind this action is not nearly as serious.