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A New York City man is su­ing the mak­ers of Halo Top diet ice cream, claim­ing their “false, de­cep­tive, and mis­lead­ing” la­bel­ing led him to buy a health­ier pint of ice cream than he wanted. Josh Berger al­leges that the words “light ice cream” are printed too small on Halo Top’s la­bels, thus fool­ing him into think­ing he was buy­ing ice cream with the usual 10 per­cent milk fat.

A Texas pub­lic school teacher was sus­pended af­ter she told stu­dents about her “fu­ture wife.” Dur­ing a “Know Your Teacher” pre­sen­ta­tion, art teacher Stacy Bai­ley showed stu­dents a photo of the woman she went on to marry. A par­ent com­plained that Bai­ley was pro­mot­ing a “ho­mo­sex­ual agenda,” and school of­fi­cials dis­ci­plined the teacher for shar­ing “per­sonal be­liefs re­gard­ing po­lit­i­cal or sec­tar­ian issues.”

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