San Francisco police say 91 weapons were taken off the street in a gun buyback event in which guns were bought with cash from medical marijuana dispensaries.
Police Officer Grace Gatpandan said the haul included three assault rifles, including an AR¡15 military style rifle worth thousands of dollars that was bought back for $200.
Hall and Oates can't go for this: a New York company selling granola called Haulin' Oats.
The pop music duo has sued Brooklyn-based Early Bird Foods in federal court. They're accusing the company of violating trademark protections with its "phonetic play on Daryl Hall and John Oates' well-known brand name."
A Pennsylvania man in Wilkes-Barre thought he could ward off an arrest for public drunkenness by making himself untouchable. As police approached the apparently intoxicated man, he dropped to the ground and rolled around in dog waste. He then told police they couldn’t arrest him covered in feces. But they did.
A restroom at a Wal-Mart in eastern Indiana has been closed indefinitely after an employee discovered a working meth lab inside.
State police say a Wal-Mart employee alerted police after seeing a man he described as suspicious enter the restroom late one night with a backpack and leave without it. The Star Press reports that members of a state police meth suppression team removed the dangerous chemicals.
Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has a famous ally in his fight against same-sex marriages becoming accepted law.
Phil Robertson, patriarch of cable television’s “Duck Dynasty” series, said the chief justice is “spot on” in his opposition to a federal court ruling striking down Alabama’s constitutional amendment that limits marriage to heterosexual couples.
The former president and current chancellor of fundamentalist Christian Bob Jones University apologized for saying in 1980 that gay people should be stoned, calling his comments reckless and inflammatory.
In a statement issued by the university earlier this week, Bob Jones III called his comments "reckless" and "inflammatory rhetoric" made during the heat of a political controversy. At the time, ministers were at the White House to oppose extending Civil Rights Act protections to gays.
The son of Alabama’s chief justice — who has made national headlines recently for his efforts to block same-sex marriage in the state — has been arrested on drug charges.
An appeals court says a man was properly convicted of video recording a sexual encounter with a naked prostitute.
It's the dress that's beating the Internet black and blue. Or should that be gold and white?
Friends and co-workers worldwide are debating the true hues of a royal blue dress with black lace that, to many an eye, transforms in one photograph into gold and white. Experts are calling the photo a one-in-a-million shot that perfectly captures how people's brains perceive color and process contrast in dramatically different ways.