After the public defender discovered that the Minneapolis Police Department arrested nearly all black people for selling pot, the mayor demanding police stop arresting people for selling marijuana.
A lemonade company has launched a campaign to step up for the children who are threatened with heavy fines for running "illegal" lemonade stands.
The California Senate just passed a revolutionary bill that will nullify the control the Federal Reserve has over the cannabis industry by creating a separate banking industry—solely for cannabis.
When Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) attempted to visit a Walmart that had been converted into a privately run, federally funded detention center for immigration, police were called to remove him.
When police received reports of a homeless veteran begging for money, an officer responded with compassion and bought the man a meal.
On this day, 29 years ago, after the Chinese government slaughtered thousands in Tiananmen Square, an anonymous young man single-handedly stopped an entire army, forging himself into history as an icon of resistance to tyranny.
Multiple district attorneys in New York have announced that they will refuse to prosecute people who police throw in jail for possessing marijuana as it is immoral and fosters racial disparity.
Bill Maher and Killer Mike called out the hypocrisy of the left calling for gun control while at the same time calling the US government fascist.
A growing number of churches are refusing to call the police, choosing instead to seek to de-escalate situations with nonviolent alternatives.
In response to criticism about the stereotypical Indian character, Apu, the co-founder of The Simpsons said, "It’s a time in our culture where people love to pretend they’re offended.”