Gabby Douglas is making headlines, and it isn't just for her gold medals, it's for her hair. Many have commented on social media sites that her hairdo is lackluster, instead of focusing on the fact she's the first African-American woman in Olympic history to become the individual all-around champion and the first American gymnast to win gold in both individual all-around and team competitions at the same Olympics.
Plus, comedian and "Roastmaster General" Jeffrey Ross is well-known for his outrageous antics, but some are saying he crossed the line on Saturday when he arrived for the Roast of Roseanne Barr dressed as the late Penn State coach Joe Paterno.
And, "trigger laws" have become popular in many states, but in California, birthplaces of the first trigger law, parents can covert their school into a charter school or force the district to remove staff, including teachers or even a principal and turn it into a charter operator. Is this right?
Lastly, working your way through college and law school does not guarantee you will be able to practice law in the state of California. SF Gate is reporting that Sergio Garcia has been denied an attorney's license because he is an illegal immigrant. Sergio's parents brought him to the U.S. as a toddler, and he worked his way through college and law school and passed the bar exam in 2009. Is his exclusion from practicing law warranted?