In a state that has become infamous for the number of citizens killed by police, the governor is ramming through a bill that will grant all cops immunity.
In addition to putting dent in failed 'War on Drugs,' legalization could put hundreds of thousands of people to work and generate billions in revenue
Assange’s ID was issued on December 21, Ecuadorian outlet El Universo reports, citing “reliable sources” and providing the civil registry number to check on the government website.
Silkroad creator Ross Ulbricht has one final chance at freedom and that is getting the Supreme Court to look at the evidence in his case.
Although the stock market is at an all-time high, Americans owe more, save less, and are poorer than they have been in decades.
A Kansas lawmaker is under fire this week after channeling the 1930's mentality on marijuana and claiming blacks are more susceptible to it.
A Florida couple has spent almost $200,000 trying to keep their $30,000 treehouse from being torn down, now the state plans to crush them.
The court's decision marks an end to the federal case against the Bundy family for their role in the 2014 armed standoff over cattle-grazing rights in Nevada.
A US state accidentally decriminalized prostitution for nearly six years, the result of legalized sex work had dramatic effects on crime and disease.
Saudi Arabia is attempting to use their US influence to reject victims' lawsuits against them for their role in 9/11 by leaning on a federal judge.