Nepal Earthquake: More Than 70 Aftershocks Since First Tremor, Quakes Could Last For ‘Months Or Years’
The devastating earthquake that rocked the region last week has affected more than 8 million people across Nepal — and the aftershocks could last for "months or years."
Nebraska Medical Marijuana Debate Heats Up As Lawmakers Push For Legalization, Governor Expresses Doubts
Supporters of marijuana legalization are encouraging Nebraskans to ask state senators to support the bill.
Ecologists hope to use the data to better control Florida’s python explosion that has decimated small mammal populations.
Baltimore Riots 2015 Social Roundup: Viral Moments From 'Mom Of The Year' To Joseph Kent 'Kidnapping'
The unrest that has dominated national headlines has resulted in hundreds of arrests and dozens of injuries.
Who Is Bernie Sanders? 5 Things To Know About US Senator’s Politics Ahead Of Official Presidential Candidacy
Sanders, a Brooklyn native who's made his life in Vermont, is taking on the Hillary Clinton juggernaut.
Four days after a magnitude-7.8 earthquake tore Nepal apart, rescuers continue to pull bodies from fallen buildings. Few survivors remain.
If approved, the law would allow adults at least 21 years of age to possess and grow limited amounts of marijuana.
Nepal Earthquake Aftermath: Government Calls For 3 Days Of Mourning As Country Struggles To Move Forward
Many in Nepal took to social media in the wake of the disaster to share stories of families torn apart by the devastating earthquake.
A Rhode Island employer facing an ACLU lawsuit isn’t the first to be accused treating medical marijuana patients unfavorably.
Marijuana Legalization In Pennsylvania 2015: Advocates Make Case For Medical Pot As Bill Heads To House
Advocates of marijuana legalization in Pennsylvania spoke of having “compassion” for people suffering from things like seizures and cancer.
The bizarre new dino is sure to cause some confusion among paleontologists looking for a neat spot to place it on the ancestral tree.
Nepal’s largest earthquake in nearly eight decades has decimated Nepalese cities and villages.
Groups like the Red Cross, Mercy Corps, the United Nations Children's Fund and Save the Children have offered resources to Nepal.
Dangerous ‘Spice’ Drug Cases On The Rise, Overdoses From Synthetic Marijuana 4 Times As High As In 2014
The street drug, also known as K2 or Green Giant, is a mixture of herbs and spices coated with a synthetic chemical similar to THC.
The bill’s proponents say the goal is to prevent teens from becoming addicted to cigarettes.
UFO Sighting Over Chile Volcano Eruption? Observers Spot Flashing Aircraft Near Calbuco Ash Column [VIDEO]
It’s unclear exactly what the object was, but one researcher suspects it was a drone aircraft from a nearby town.
First synthesized in the 1930s, BMPEA is believed to aid in weight loss. It's derived from the Acacia rigidula plant.
Medical Marijuana Patients In Canada To Pursue Class Action Lawsuit Against Government Over Privacy Breach
Indiscreet mailings sent in November 2013 were addressed to participants in Canada’s government-run medical-marijuana program.
A call to the U.S. Park Police around 12:30 p.m. led authorities to believe a bomb may have been placed on the island.
Marijuana Legalization In Ohio 2015: Voters Could Decide To Legalize Weed In November As Measure Moves Forward
The amendment would allow adults 21 and over to use marijuana for any purpose and would legalize medical marijuana for minors with parental approval.
Ocean ‘Economy’ Valued At $24 Trillion, But Climate Change, Overfishing Causing Its Worth To Plummet: Report
Over the past century, large-scale commercial fishing has depleted around 90 percent of global stocks.
Critics say the bill would open the door to discrimination against same-sex couples should gay marriage become legal in Louisiana.
Great Barrier Reef Changes Over Time: How Overfishing Is Disrupting The Balance Between Fish Populations
The Great Barrier Reef fishing industry is a $1 billion business, second in profits only to tourism.
Chile Calbuco Eruption 2015: How A Quiet Volcano Could Suddenly Explode After 5 Decades Of Dormancy [VIDEO]
No one expected Chile’s Calbuco volcano, which had been mostly quiet for five decades, to suddenly pop its top.
Marijuana Legalization Alabama 2015: Senate To Consider First Medical Marijuana Bill After Committee Approval
Advocates of pot legalization in Alabama are hopeful the bill could pass the Alabama Senate and legalize medical marijuana.
The debate over vaccinations came in the wake of a measles outbreak linked to Disneyland that sickened nearly 200 people.
Marijuana Effects On The Brain: Study Finds Smoking Weed Can ‘Distort’ Memories, Create False Realities
The study builds on previous research that has shown that smoking marijuana can impair short- and long-term memory.
The lake’s plight is symbolic of the crippling drought that has gripped states in the Southwest for four years.
The state's Department of Health was expected to deliver a powerful anti-toxin treatment to patients on Wednesday.
The annual event commemorates what is considered the birth of the modern environmental movement.