New York radio hosts started a firestorm of debate over whether it was right for Mets' player Daniel Murphy to take a two-game paternity leave. Radio host Boomer Esiason issued an apology to the Murphy family after he originally blasted the Mets' player, saying that his baseball livelihood would help take care of his son for the rest of his life.
A 16-year-old high school student was suspended for refusing to change his shirt that had an NRA logo on it.
We learned on Fox and Friends this morning about a Connecticut gun store that took some heat last week after posting the photo above on its Facebook page. The picture of the six-month-old girl was reportedly snapped by her father, Christopher Duffy, at Woodbridge Firearms Trading Post, where he'd recently bought the rifle.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong issued an apology to his employees after scaling back the company’s 401K contribution matches.
President Obama stopped to shake hands with Cuban President Raul Castro today at Nelson Mandela’s Memorial Service.
A New Jersey school district is ordering that all kids who play soccer wear soft helmets on the field. Some parents are saying that the helmets are unnecessary and are opting out, but school officials are pushing ahead with the plan. This after a New York middle school banned all types of balls on the playground.
Montana Judge Todd Baugh is coming under fire for his controversial comments about a teenage rape victim who later committed suicide.
An ordinance in Deer Trail, Colorado allowing for drone hunting is up for a vote after a 3-3 tie deadlocked the town board. The town’s 548 residents will now get to decide the matter.