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Understanding the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision

The Supreme Court's decision Monday in favor of Hobby Lobby and furniture maker Conestoga Wood was "sweeping," a "huge blow to the Obama administration," and a "shot in the arm for the evangelical movement," an

Oregon day care owners smoke medical marijuana while on the job

The owners of a day care in Oregon day say they smoke medical marijuana, with children at the facility. They say it's all legal and that they take all the proper precautions to make sure there's no impact on the children.

Vendor shoots woman during demonstration at PA gun show

Bloomsburg, PA (WNEP) -- A woman was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound to her leg after police say a vendor at the Eagle Arms Gun Show at the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds accidentally shot her on Saturday.

BET misspells Lionel Richie's name during award show

Hello BET. Was it Lionel Richie you were looking for?

Internet users outraged by Facebook's 'creepy' mood experiment

Everyone has a bad day on occasion. But what if Facebook made it worse -- on purpose, and without telling you?

Yosemite National Park celebrates 150th anniversary

It was during the throes of the Civil War, with lots of bloody and brutal fighting still ahead, when President Abraham Lincoln turned his attention to the Mariposa Grove and the Yosemite Valley areas of California.

Consumer Reports rates some Graco strollers "don't buy"

Consumer Reports slapped some of Graco's double strollers with a "don't buy" rating after their brakes gave out on steep inclines.

Nightmare nanny agrees to move out, under certain conditions

A California family's nanny nightmare may be nearing an end.

Man whose son died in hot SUV to appear before judge

judge will determine this week whether there's enough evidence to keep in jail a Georgia man whose son died in a hot SUV.

Utah program helps refugees become food entrepreneurs

Think starting a business is hard? Try doing it after spending 20 years in a refugee camp and coming to the U.S. with nothing more than three suitcases and your family.