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A woman is suing a Portland, Oregon restaurant where she dined alone on Valentine’s Day, claiming the staff was rude and even asked her to leave. The restaurant owner says the woman left on her own without paying for two glasses of wine.
A middle school teacher in Dallas is on administrative leave after video surfaced of him giving a lecture riddled with profanities and comments about his genitals.
As Attorney General Eric Holder prepares to leave office, civil rights attorney and law professor Gloria Browne Marshall joins CBSN to explain how Holder's legacy is tied to the Department of Justice investigation into the Ferguson Police Department.
Investigators say Adam Dandach planned to pledge allegiance to terror group, called killing of U.S. soldiers justified
Yahoo Finance columnist Rick Newman argues that you’re more likely to get away with committing tax fraud this year. He explains why on CBSN.
The artist formerly known as Prince was formally known as a junior high basketball player. A photo of the “Purple Rain” singer from the 1970s is making waves on the web.
A growing number of Americans are moving overseas when they retire, looking to live out their golden years for less money.
The congressional committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi attack has subpoenaed the State Department for messages from Hillary Clinton’s personal email account.
Gov. Rick Scott won't ask Supreme Court to review decisions that ruled Florida's mandatory drug tests were unconstitutional
The embattled city, whose law enforcement was found to have consistent bias against African Americans, says it is taking measures to improve
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