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WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 9, 2014: Demonstrators hold signs in front of the White House May 9, 2014 in Washington D.C. Demonstrators marched from the National Mall to the White House to protest the Congressional appropriations legislation that provides funds to the Department of Homeland Security to maintain 34,000 detainees for deportation. Five of the protesters were arrested in front of the White House for failing to vacate the area when warned by security. (Photo by Allison Shelley/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 9, 2014: Demonstrators hold signs in front of the White House May 9, 2014 in Washington D.C. Demonstrators marched from the National Mall to the White House to protest the Congressional appropriations legislation that provides funds to the Department of Homeland Security to maintain 34,000 detainees for deportation. Five of the protesters were arrested in front of the White House for failing to vacate the area when warned by security. (Photo by Allison Shelley/Getty Images)
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Friday Fun Facts About Our Weird Laws

Sometimes I question the intelligence of our lawmakers based on some of the laws we pass.

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Massive Accident Involving 176 Cars Kills One and Injures 16 in Tennessee [VIDEO]

Thursday morning was a dangerous time to be on State Highway 386 in Sumner County, just north of Nashville, Tennessee — three separate chain-reaction crashes involving a staggering 176 cars left one person dead and another 16 injured.

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Tennessee Pulls Walk-On Derrick Brodus Off His Couch and Onto the Field

From the frat house to the football field — just another day in the life of Tennessee kicker Derrick Brodus. The walk-on freshman was not expected to play or even suit up for the Volunteers in last week’s game against Middle Tennessee. In fact, he wasn’t even at the stadium — he was lying on a couch in his fraternity house getting ready to watch the game when the call came. “We need you at the stadium. Now.”

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Tennessee Makes Sharing Netflix Passwords Illegal

As of July 1, it will be a crime in the state of Tennessee to use somebody else's login information on sites like Netflix and Rhapsody.

While the legislation is primarily aimed at hackers who steal and sell passwords in bulk, the bill's sponsor Rep. Gerald McCormick a

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Bill To Outlaw Shariah Law Constitutional?

Tennessee Senator, Bill Ketron,, is aiming to make it explicitly illegal to practice Shariah law within the state. This bill he believes will reduce the number of terrorists in the state. Will this do good for the communities in Tennessee or will it provoke more hate from those being scorned? Many opposing  the bill are making their voices heard in defense of the constitution.

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