An 11-year-old boy was suspended from school for a year for “possession of marijuana,” even though three separate tests showed up negative for cannabis.
The Girls actor defended the NBC Nightly News anchor following his six-month suspension over embellishments to his reporting in Iraq.
“The game got away from me. I didn’t expect them to be that bad,” Coach Michael Anderson said.
The Minnesota Vikings running back won’t be considered for reinstatement until April 15, the NFL said. He has been charged with reckless assault for abusive discipline of his son.
NFL says Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice violated the team’s personal conduct policy. He’ll sit out the first two games of the 2014–‘15 season and forfeit more than $700,000.
The college deemed the popular quote on his daughter’s T-shirt, “I will take what is mine with fire and blood,” to be a threat after he uploaded the photo to Google+.
Major League Baseball’s suspension of New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez includes the rest of the 2013 MLB season and all of 2014.
Some schools just hate fun. After a senior prank involving sticking 12,000 Post-Its to school windows ended with six suspensions, administrators suspended 57 more students for protesting.
Effective immediately, KFI-AM 640 in California has taken its drive-time talk show hosts John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou off the air indefinitely for “inappropriate comments about the late Whitney Houston,” the station said.
Florida teenage Allie Scott was suspended from school for a Facebook post wishing bad karma on another student. We all know how dangerous bad karma can be.
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They don’t use hands even when defending themselves against crazy people. That’s AZ Alkmaar goalkeeper Esteban Alvarado booting a fan of the opposing team who rushed him during a match in Amsterdam.
Flattery will get you suspended in North Carolina.
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Lieutenant John Pike has already become a meme, so it only goes to follow that he’d have his own fake Twitter. SPRAAAAYYYYYY!!!!
A video shot by Jared Lee Loughner in which you hear the accused Tucson killer’s voice for the first time. Removed from Youtube in September but resurfacing today, the video is shot from Loughner’s perspective as he walks around the campus of Pima Community College. Loughner describes the college as a “genocide school” and accuses it of engaging in “the torture of students.”
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Somewhere between Iceland and the UK, sheep are being herded on a zip line.
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