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Marijuana-themed sandwich shop opens in San Diego

Marijuana-themed sandwich shop opens in San Diego

  San Diego, CA (KSWB) -- A new sandwich place in Pacific Beach is creating some controversy.
Protestors to put inflatable pipeline on Sen. Mary Landrieu's front yard

Protestors to put inflatable pipeline on Sen. Mary Landrieu's front yard

 WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline are scheduled to hold a protest in front of Sen. Mary Landrieu's D.C. home Monday morning, one day before the Senate is slated to vote on the pipeline.
Obamacare: Voters, are you stupid?

Obamacare: Voters, are you stupid?

 WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Years-old but newly scrutinized videos of MIT economics professor Jonathan Gruber ignited a political firestorm this week because the self-described architect of Obamacare thanks "the stupidity of the American vot
Pope Francis Fast Facts

Pope Francis Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Pope Francis, the current pope and first non-European pontiff of the modern era. Personal: Birth date: December 17, 1936 Birth place: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Obamacare: Voters, are you stupid?

Obamacare: Voters, are you stupid?

Years-old but newly scrutinized videos of MIT economics professor Jonathan Gruber ignited a political firestorm this week because the self-described architect of Obamacare thanks "the stupidity of the American voter" for leading to pa
How the GOP used Twitter to stretch election laws

How the GOP used Twitter to stretch election laws

Republicans and outside groups used anonymous Twitter accounts to share internal polling data ahead of the midterm elections, CNN has learned, a practice that raises questions about whether they violated campaign finance laws that prohibit coor
It's her Ferguson -- and it's not all black and white

It's her Ferguson -- and it's not all black and white

 FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN) -- Stefannie Wheat carried a yard sign all the way from her Midwestern town to the nation's capital. She visited the White House and tucked it into the guard rail.
Across U.S., protesters and police prep for Ferguson grand jury decision

Across U.S., protesters and police prep for Ferguson grand jury decision

Nervous anticipation extends far beyond the racially charged powder keg of Ferguson, Missouri, over a grand jury decision on whether to indict a white police officer for fatally shooting an unarmed black teenager.
GM recall victims get another month to seek money

GM recall victims get another month to seek money

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Potential victims of the massive General Motors recall over faulty ignition switches will have an extra month to file claims seeking compensation.
Amanda Bynes seems to apologize for latest rants

Amanda Bynes seems to apologize for latest rants

(CNN) -- The Amanda Bynes saga continues. Early on Saturday, TMZ posted audio purporting to be of Bynes saying she wanted to murder her father.
Humans on Mars by 2035? NASA's sci-fi dream could be reality

Humans on Mars by 2035? NASA's sci-fi dream could be reality

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Obamacare: Voters, are you stupid?

Obamacare: Voters, are you stupid?

 WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Years-old but newly scrutinized videos of MIT economics professor Jonathan Gruber ignited a political firestorm this week because the self-described architect of Obamacare thanks "the stupidity of the American vot
It's her Ferguson -- and it's not all black and white

It's her Ferguson -- and it's not all black and white

 FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN) -- Stefannie Wheat carried a yard sign all the way from her Midwestern town to the nation's capital. She visited the White House and tucked it into the guard rail.
Gay couples begin marrying in Kansas

Gay couples begin marrying in Kansas

Gay couples in some Kansas counties were able to tie the knot legally on Thursday after a U.S. Supreme Court decision while other counties refused to marriage licenses to same-sex couples until the Kansas Supreme Court rules on the issue.