Latin frase "Summa Cum Laude" sparks debate

Summa Cum Laude translates from Latin as “with the highest distinction.”
A family went online and ordered a sheet cake from the nearby grocery store, Publix, for a graduation party.

Mom, Cara Koscinski, entered the phrase she wanted on the icing: "Congrats Jacob! Summa Cum Laude Class of 2018."

But when she entered the request online, the bakery website warned her that profane language would not be included on the cake.

Graduate Jacob Koscinski said it was "frustrating and humiliating" that Publix did this.

NYSE chose a woman as their chief

For the first time in more than 200 years, the head of the New York Stock Exchange will be a woman.

Nervous mom called cops over teens for being "too quiet"

Police were called because a parent thought the two native American boys were "too quiet".

"A parent participating in the tour called campus police because she was nervous about the presence of two young men who joined the tour while it was in progress," the school said.

The teens saved their own money to take the family's only car and drove seven hours to their dream college. But when they joined a college tour, a nervous mom called the cops.