Uruguay forward Luis Suarez puts his hand to his mouth after clashing with Italy's defender Giorgio Chiellini, June 24, 2014.
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Emboldened by a landmark ruling in California that struck down teacher tenure laws, a group of families in this state announced plans to challenge the state’s tenure laws on the grounds that tenure keeps ineffective and dangerous teachers in the classroom.

The incident occurred in the Italy vs. Uruguay game and led to a great deal of controversy among soccer fans until it was ultimately settled by FIFA on Thursday.

This decision came from two cases involving cell phone searches, one involving a smartphone and the other involving a relatively basic flip phone. In both cases, police used information on each phone to connect the plaintiffs to crimes. 

On Wednesday, these two states joined 19 others where gay and lesbian couples can legally wed.

Six months after losing his ordination credentials, Pastor Frank Schaefer has been ‘refrocked’.

Republicans in the Great Plains have voted for a resolution that calls on Congress to begin impeachment proceedings against President Obama.

The second of two big environmental cases this term, Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA involved a collection of challenges from industry groups to the EPA’s authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions, which contribute to global warming. 

President Barack Obama delivered a rousing speech in favor of progressive family policies Monday, declaring that paid family leave and affordable childcare “are not frills, these are basic needs.”


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