Marijuana Legalization 2016: Medical Cannabis Dispensaries In Montana To Reopen Immediately, Judge Rules
The dispensaries were closed due to an error in drafting a voter-approved ballot measure that struck down a 2011 Montana law, which imposed a limit on patients per dispensary.
Popular YouTuber Felix Kjellberg accused YouTube of making changes to its algorithm that affected the discoverability of a user’s content.
Catholic Priests: Gay Men Can't Join Priesthood, Vatican Says Reaffirming 2005 Policy On Homosexuality
This announcement stands in contrast to Pope Francis’ famous 2013 response, “Who am I to judge?” when he was asked if he was open to gay Catholic priests.
Final Election Result 2016: Clinton's Popular Vote Margin Increases As Jill Stein-Led Pennsylvania Recount Still In Doubt
U.S. District Judge Paul Diamond in Philadelphia scheduled a Friday hearing to decide whether to give the Green Party-led vote recount effort in Pennsylvania the green signal.
Will Trump Repeal Obamacare? Hospitals Warn Of ‘Public Health Crisis’ If Republicans Scrap Affordable Care Act
A new report found that between 2018 and 2026, cuts just to Medicaid could result in a loss to the tune of $165.8 billion.
Russian Tensions See Poland Bolster Military Power: Warsaw To Spend Nearly $14.5 Billion On New Defense Gear
Warsaw is planning on upgrading five key areas – air defense, naval, cybersecurity, tank and armored vehicle, and territorial defense.
A Human Rights Watch report, released Tuesday, alleged that China’s anti-corruption watchdog is committing “serious human rights abuses.”
Medical Marijuana 2016: Texas Senator Hopes To Legalize Cannabis Use For Patients With Chronic Illnesses
“I filed this bill because doctors, not politicians, should determine the best treatment for severely ill Texans,” Democratic Sen. José Menéndez said.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani called the bill a violation of the Iran nuclear deal and also warned the U.S. of a “prompt response” if the sanctions against Tehran were extended.
Fidel Castro Funeral Update: 'El Commandante' To Be Laid To Rest Next To Cuban Independence Hero José Martí
Cuba’s late President Fidel Castro will be laid to rest next to Cuban independence hero José Martí’s tomb in Santiago’s Santa Ifigenia cemetery.
Final Election Results Update: Jill Stein's Green Party To Take Pennsylvania Recount To Federal Court
Jill Stein's vote recount campaign will move the case to a federal court as it was dropped at the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania following the demand of a $1 million bond.
Who Is Kim Jong Un’s Wife? North Korea’s Ri Sol Ju Makes First Public Appearance In Months At Air Combat Contest
Ri Sol Ju was last seen in public on March 28 this year and her absence had sparked rumors of pregnancy while some said she may have had a serious falling out with the North Korean leader.
Oakland Fire Latest Update: Death Toll At Warehouse Party Expected To Rise As Officials Sort Through Debris For Victims
About a fifth of the Ghost Ship Warehouse has been searched in the wake of the blaze that erupted during a dance party.
Relatives of the passengers of the missing jet left for Madagascar to lobby for an extension and said they would take the search into their own hands if needed.
Trump Taiwan Call: China Lodges Complaint With Washington Following President-Elect's Talk With Tsai Ing-wen
China urged the U.S. to “to cautiously, properly handle Taiwan issue to avoid unnecessary disturbance to Sino-US relations.”
The 86-year-old, who was the second man to walk on the moon, was visiting Antarctica when he fell ill and was immediately flown to a hospital in Christchurch, New Zealand.
President-elect Donald Trump also wished his Philippine counterpart Rodrigo Duterte “success” in his controversial war on drugs that led to at least 2,300 deaths since June 2016.
Oslo is concerned about Russia’s latest improvements to its defense system, including testing of new missiles and using quieter submarines.
Moscow's Federal Security Service said Friday that Ukraine is likely to be behind the attacks scheduled to start next week.
Health Commissioner Ed Ehlinger said patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder can purchase marijuana for medical use starting in August.
The U.S.-led Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve said Thursday 54 civilians died in airstrikes that took place between March 31 and Oct. 22 in Iraq and Syria.
Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said Thursday the president-elect expressed his “desire of playing a role in the resolution of the Kashmir issue.”
An Egyptian government official called the alleged deal “an impossibility” because “the group is still practicing terrorism.”
Will Russia Go To War With Ukraine? Kiev Begins Missile Drills Close To Crimea Despite Moscow's Threats
The missiles would come as close as about 18 miles to Crimean airspace, according to a Ukrainian military spokesperson said.
Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, in an interview, urged Moscow's Western and regional allies “to abandon attempts of geopolitical engineering in this region.”
Russia will finish 2016 with just 18 launches, behind the U.S.’s 20 rocket launches and China’s 19, according to the Moscow Times.
“There’s nothing wrong with the effort, but it’s not somewhere where I would put the political energy of my groups,” Hillary Clinton's ally David Brock said.
John Brennan said Wednesday that President-elect Donald Trump ending the Iran nuclear deal would be “the height of folly.”
Marijuana Legalization: ‘Gonzo’ Journalist Hunter S. Thompson’s Widow To Sell Author’s Personal Strains Of Cannabis
The author’s widow, Anita Thompson, said she was working with a company to grow and distribute six kinds of marijuana, which were once smoked by the writer.
A study published Tuesday in the journal Heart found that smokers under the age of 50 were the most vulnerable across all age groups of smokers.