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A vigil was held in response to a new bill in California.

A man saw his photo being used at an anti-vaxxer vigil for dead children even though he’s still very much alive

The vigil was apparently in response to a new bill that will help to combat the number of false medical exemptions to vaccination.
One common Netflix habit is illegal in Tennessee — but might be hard to actually enforce on the minor level.

15 weird US laws you may be surprised to know exist

Yes, these strange laws all exist — but many would be difficult to enforce.
In some states, infidelity isn't only a personal matter.

Cheating on your partner in Oklahoma could land you in jail for five years. In these 6 other US states, infidelity could also get you in legal trouble...

The states have ancient laws that allow people to sue "the other" woman or man for depriving them of love, attention, and companionship.

The NYC landlord accused of splitting a single condo into 9 illegal units is repeating the city’s dark history of filthy, dangerous tenements

New York City's renters and landlords can run into legal trouble trying to stretch space further as rents in Manhattan and Brooklyn spike.
The German Autobahn.

The most bizarre driving laws around the world

Here are 13 of the most unusual driving laws around the world, from being fined for driving shirtless to not being allowed to stop on a freeway.

12 things you didn’t know about the Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights has been around since 1791, but most people don't know much about it.

Oregon now requires people to pump their own gas — and some New Jerseyans are freaking out

Some New Jersey residents aren't taking the news so well, fearing their state could be next on the chopping block.
Always be sure to use a designated pedestrian crossing when crossing the road in the US.

From smoking in Singapore to dancing after dark in Japan — doing any of these 13 things could get you in trouble while travelling abroad

Simple things like crossing the street or packing paracetamol in your suitcase can land you in trouble in some countries.

Michael Flynn is pleading the 5th to decline a subpoena — here’s what that means

On May 22, the former national security adviser invoked his Fifth Amendment right to avoid self-incrimination.