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A school district has banned ChapStick. District officials claim lip balm is an over-the-counter drug. If students want to use it they need to bring a doctor’s note and the school nurse has to hold it for them.
The AP says a law enforcement official sent the video to an NFL executive. The source played a 12-second voicemail for the AP from an NFL phone number in April. On it, a female voice says, “You’re right. It’s terrible.”
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is speaking exclusively to CBS News about Ray Rice. When asked if that means Rice will never play in the NFL again, Goodell said, “I don’t rule that out. But, he would have to make sure that we are fully confident that he is addressing this issue clearly. He has paid a price for the actions that he has already taken.”
Ray Rice has been cut from the Baltimore Ravens and suspended from the NFL indefinitely. The decision came Monday after TMZ released video of Rice punching his then-fiancée and knocking her out. The Ravens and the NFL claim they never saw the video until yesterday when it was posted.
Chaos and violence at a school bus stop in Worcester. A 16-year-old girl is facing assault charges after police say she punched a school bus driver in the face.
What do you want to see from the Patriots this season?
Should surveillance cameras on school buses include audio recordings, or is that a violation of privacy?
Should you be allowed to recline your seat during a flight, even if the passenger behind you doesn’t want you to?
The FBI is investigating after reports that 100 celebrities were hacked and their nude photos were leaked online. The private pictures may have been stored in the same place you store your personal photos and documents.
Mark Wahlberg skipped his brother’s wedding.