The state will begin issuing licenses in 2017 to medical cannabis dispensaries for the sale of products with low levels of THC.
Matthew Bissonnette, who wrote a best-selling book about the mission to kill Osama bin Laden, is under investigation for unlawfully retaining the unauthorized photo.
Sarah Palin has stumped for many candidates in recent elections with only marginal success.
CNBC’s debate performance in October was strongly criticized by the campaigns of several Republican candidates.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter will consider whether to overrule the Army’s recommendation to maintain the retired four-star general’s rank.
The social network already has guidelines banning hate speech, but the new Civil Courage Online Initiative reinforces them across Europe.
The 50-member unit, including new recruits and veterans, was involved in an all-day ski session.
Researchers found the same amount of energy was put into the oceans during just the past 18 years as was added from 1865 to 1997.
The Brooklyn-born artist, who was known by her first name, died in a plane crash in the Bahamas in 2001.
The chain of fast-food chicken restaurants outperformed other American brands across all major social network platforms as the favorite brand of 2015.
Terrorism and gun violence were viewed as lesser worries in results of a Gallup poll released Thursday.
The temblor rattled the Asian nation’s coast early Thursday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The Texas Republican’s failure to specify funds from Goldman Sachs — his wife’s employer — in his 2012 U.S. Senate race has raised questions.
Lotteries funding government projects is a practice that has been employed since ancient civilization.
Amid Record Powerball Jackpot, Does Lottery Target The Poor? Low-Income Households Buy Lotto Tickets At High Rates
As the lines to buy tickets for the record-high Powerball jackpot stretch for blocks, advocates argue the system preys on the poor.
Hillary Clinton 2016 Endorsements: Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence To Support Democratic Front-Runner
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton will be joined by Brady Campaign President Dan Gross at an Iowa campaign stop Tuesday.
The findings, published in the Astrophysical Journal, could yield new insights into the development of black holes and their behavior.
The U.S. senator from Kentucky said he refuses to be a “second tier” participant in Thursday’s GOP debate.
On the No Pants Subway Ride, commuters will leave their pants at home Sunday in more than 60 cities around the world, including Boston, London and New York.
Will Yellowstone Super-Volcano Erupt? Millions Could Be Killed During ‘Volcano Season,’ Scientists Warn
Researchers said active volcanos that could prove to be the most dangerous include Yellowstone in Wyoming.
ISIS Egypt Hotel Attack: Deadly Hurghada Resort Siege On Foreign Tourists Claimed By Islamic State Group
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a Friday attack at a Red Sea resort in Egypt.
The state, which has one of the most restrictive programs, rolled out its dispensaries Thursday with a location in downtown New York City.
Eight medical marijuana dispensaries are slated to launch this week across the state.
Maps designed as part of a holiday campaign either included or excluded disputed territories, such as Crimea and the Kuril Islands.
The atmospheric phenomenon has generated heavy rain in California, and could result in strange weather elsewhere.
The Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California, reopened Monday for the first time since the Dec. 2 shootings that left 14 dead.
Armed protesters occupying a federal building in Oregon have said they will not budge until their demands are met.
For more than 15 percent of women, giving birth will result in pelvic injuries that will not heal.
Sites offering cannabis are scheduled to open in January, more than a year after the Compassionate Care Act became law.
Gwen Stafani, star of "The Voice," will be among the celebrities helping to ring in 2016 on NBC.