The move by Attorney General Jeff Sessions is likely to add to confusion over whether it’s OK to grow, buy or use marijuana in states where it is legal, since long-standing federal law prohibits it.
Some customers wait in line overnight as the new year brings in legalization, but for many would-be consumers finding a retail outlet is just a pipe dream.
Targeted advertising is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the role Facebook soon will be able to play in the lives of users, and maybe even nonusers.
After a year of news about outrageous drug price hikes, a ballot measure in California aims to help control the cost of prescription medications. Not surprisingly, pharmaceutical companies are working hard to defeat it.
The media require free-flowing information—and so does our democracy.
"We are not alone," the leader of Britain's Labour Party told the crowd in a mass demonstration in central London Saturday "There are many people around the world who have wanted a non-nuclear future for their country and their planet".
More than anything, Wal-Mart’s closures are best explained as a side effect of its main strategy for dominating the economy: overbuilding regions to the point of not just destroying competition but cannibalizing its own sales.
To please corrupt casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and other GOP donors of his ilk, Rubio immediately jumped into Thursday night's Republican debate to make a series of completely false and contradictory pronouncements on the Palestinians, about whom he knows nothing at all.
America’s 21st-century "exceptions" appear as dubious distinctions: gun violence, carbon emissions, mass incarceration, wealth inequality, racial disparities, capital punishment, child poverty and military spending.
Refusing to descend to his level is a grave mistake. You have to get down and dirty, get under his skin, call him names. You have to worry less about running a campaign the nation can be proud of and more about running a campaign that wins, even if it wins ugly.