1. Without laws, many tanning salons would allow kids: More than 40 percent of indoor tanning facilities doing business in Missouri -- a state where the practice is unregulated -- say that tanning is totally risk-free, a new survey reveals, with the vast majority indicating that their doors are wide open to children as young as 10.
2. 2 Everest climbs put Nepalese woman in record book: Nepalese mountaineer Chhurim has entered the record book by scaling Mount Everest twice in the same climbing season. In fact, she did so a week apart.
3. Maine man can whistle, but he must keep moving: A man charged with disorderly conduct for his loud whistling in downtown Portland has reached a deal with the city - he can whistle, but he can't linger in one spot.
4. MC Hammer arrested; says he was victim of racial profiling: MC Hammer was arrested last Thursday on suspicion of obstructing an officer in the performance of their duties and resisting an officer, according to reports, but the rapper claims he was a victim of racial profiling.
5. Credit CARD Act showing strong results for most consumers: It has been three years since the Federal Reserve's Credit CARD (Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure) Act went into effect. The law was designed to protect consumers by regulating credit card lender practices, including how they communicate with consumers. In these three years, the act has had mostly positive impacts.
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