Long lines of customers form on the first day of legal sales. As part of the national reform, many convicted earlier for pot violations will be pardoned.
In her attempt to call Donald Trump's bluff, the Massachusetts senator has inadvertently reified neo-eugenics. Where does it end?
The NAACP is demanding an "immediate investigation" into what it calls "an unacceptable act of voter intimidation."
Scientists aren't quite certain why tornadoes have been shifting over the past few decades.
The current relationship of Washington and Riyadh is pathological in a lot of ways, and a policy rethink on both sides would benefit both countries.
Former U.S. Rep. Mary Bono is out after posting a Twitter photo that was viewed as a slam against Nike and Colin Kaepernick.
Director Alexandria Bombach tells Truthdig how she avoided exploiting her subject's traumatic past in making her new documentary, “On Her Shoulders.”
As Proud Boys and counterprotesters clash in New York, the mayor of Portland, Ore., announces belated measures to combat their influence.
Donald Trump isn't the first U.S. president to maintain a questionable relationship with Saudi Arabia, but the comedian says he may be the first who doesn't view it as a compromise.