VIDEO: California Becomes First State To Ban Plastic Bags October 1, 2014
A national coalition of plastic bag manufacturers immediately said it would seek a voter referendum to repeal the law, which is scheduled to take effect in July 2015.
Ferguson Officials Demand Exorbitant Fees For Micheal Brown Files By AP
The move to charge high fees discourages journalists and civil rights groups from investigating the shooting and its aftermath.
Police: Ferguson Officer Shot; 2 Suspects Wanted By AP
Ferguson Residents Begin Using Body Cameras To Monitor Police By AP
Copwatch raised more than $6,000 to purchase 110 of the small devices to give to residents.
VIDEO: Major Cheese Supplier For Pizza Hut, Papa Johns Caught On Video Torturing Cows By AP
Is your pizza topped with horrific animal cruelty? A new Mercy For Animals undercover investigation reveals shocking animal abuse at a major pizza cheese supplier — Leprino Foods. Workers were caught viciously kicking, punching, and stabbing cows with screwdrivers, and
Desperate Gazans Flee To Europe In Risky Sea Trips By AP
It's a new escape route and a measure of growing desperation in the crowded sliver of land where two-thirds of those under 30 are unemployed.
Pot Smell On Kindergartner Leads To Grow-Room Bust, Raises Questions On Constitutional Rights By AP
Michigan voters approved the medical use of marijuana in 2008. Fieck had a medical marijuana card, but state law allows a maximum of 12 plants.
VIDEO: Syria, Iran Slam US Plan In Fighting Militants By AP
Syrian and Iranian officials criticized the Obama administration on Thursday for excluding them from an international coalition coming together in the battle against the Islamic State group.