Two Florida police officers are under investigation after a diabetic woman said she was left alone and handcuffed while a transport van driver ate lunch.
The Georgia Senate has approved legislation that would allow people with permits for concealed weapons to carry them on commuter trains.
Jane Fonda's anti-Vietnam War activities came back to haunt her when the Georgia Senate rejected a resolution honoring her public service work in the state.
Syphilis rates rose dramatically for the second straight year in the United States, particularly among gay and bisexual men, a finding that has health officials worried about an increase in HIV/AIDS cases in the coming years.
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Joni Mitchell, calling the music industry a "cesspool," said in an interview with Rolling Stone she'll never make another major label deal again. The 58-year-old singer songwriter said she is "ashamed" to be part of the music business and may retire from
The Who's Pete Townshend has said he plans to record with Roger Daltrey again, but probably not as The Who. The Who have been on tour this year despite the death of bassist John Entwistle, who died on the eve of its opening night.
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