A student in Marysville on Tuesday was asked to remove his red, white and blue T-shirt -- which caused quite the debate on social media. But his principal said the incident was just a misunderstanding followed by an overreaction.
The principal says wearing clothing with red or blue is banned because they are known gang colors in the area.
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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- To call Super Bowl 50 an offensive struggle would be a massive understatement.
As good as both defenses were in the Denver Broncos' 24-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers, it was the Broncos
who forced more turnover...
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Stephen Colbert kicked off his live "Late Show" following Super Bowl 50 with a big surprise guest: President Obama.
Obama appeared on CBS' post-Super Bowl "Late Show" to play catch with the host even though Colbert was in New York's Ed Sullivan Theat...
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