Super Take Twosday, landmarks and trademarks, the other side of the Columbine shooting
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Taking on super Tuesday with comedy, trademark rights controversy surrounding Yosemite landmarks, mother to one of the Columbine shooters on life after the shooting.
With 12 states voting and 1,460 delegates on the line, there's a lot at stake on Super Tuesday. So how do you talk about such a critical moment for the candidates? With a little comedy, of course.
The Supreme Court is shaping up to be a key topic in this year's presidential election. President Obama met with congressional leaders with the Senate Judiciary Committee at the Oval Office today.
'The young man I saw that day was someone I didn't know': Sue Klebold and the other side of the Columbine shooting
Sue Klebold, mother of Columbine High School shooter Dylan Klebold, opens up about living in the aftermath of the infamous tragedy.
The Ahwahnee Hotel is now "The Majestic Yosemite Hotel," Curry Village is "Half Dome Village." And souvenirs that used to say "Yosemite National Park" are no more.
At Shadow Hills High School in Indio, CA, some students have shown up with anti-gay stickers on their ID badges. Are they covered by the first amendment?
L.A. County's foster youth waiting rooms will shut down in the next few days after failing to live up to their own mission and standards.
Disorientation, blood pressure issues and decrease bone mass all await astronaut Scott Kelly when he returns from nearly a year in space.
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