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Mayor Tells New Yorkers Not to Eat at Chick-fil-A

May 4
"What the ownership of Chick-fil-A has said is wrong," the mayor said at a press conference Tuesday night.

Target Faces Backlash on Stance on Transgender Bathrooms

By Anne D'Innocenzio | May 4
Consumer backlash is growing against Target's stance on what type of bathrooms its transgender customers and employees can use.

Texas Court Blocks Houston from Using Tougher Clean-Air Laws

By Juan A. Lozano | May 4
Houston's efforts to use local clean air laws to regulate pollution in the home of the nation's largest petrochemical complex were halted Friday by a Texas Supreme Court ruling in favor of energy and chemical companies.

Tiny Nebraska Town Says No to 1,100 Jobs, Citing Way of Life

By Scott McFetridge | May 4
The village board unanimously voted against the proposed $300 million plant, and two weeks later, the company said they'd take their plant - and money - elsewhere.

Why Automakers Are Launching Car-Sharing Programs

May 4
In April, BMW launched program in Seattle with plans to expand it to three more U.S. cities this year.

Hate Group Mouthpiece: Men Are Entering Target's Ladies Rooms As a 'Test'

May 3
American Family Association mouthpiece Sandy Rios bragged on Breitbart News Daily that her hate group has been "testing" the mega-store chain Target by sending men into women's rooms.

British Company Apologizes for Deadly Sterilizers

By Youkyung Lee | May 3
British consumer goods company Reckitt Benckiser apologized Monday for selling deadly disinfectants that killed or injured hundreds of people.

Tracking the Flow of Guns Used in Crime is Inexact Science

By Lisa Mare Pane | May 2
The flow of guns from one person to another, and from states with loose gun laws to those with strict ones, has long flummoxed law enforcement and gun-control advocates and is emerging again as a hot topic.

Uber Drivers May Now Ask for Tips After Lawsuit

May 2
CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning."

Cats at Japan's 'Cat Cafes' Now Allowed to Stay Up Till 10

By Mari Yamaguchi | May 1
Felines at Japan's popular "cat cafes" are now allowed to stay up until 10 p.m. to interact with customers.

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