Police are searching for a suspect they believe is responsible for bombs found in New Jersey and New York, the FBI probes Minnesota stabbings as a potential terrorist attack, Clinton loses support among millennials, and more.
Sep 8, 2016
Weediquette host Krishna Andavolu expands on the themes of this week's episode.
On an all new episode of Weediquette, we talk to football players about the struggle to get medicinal marijuana use approved by an organization notorious for its fear of drugs.
The FBI will release 15,000 more of Hillary Clinton's emails, Nicolas Sarkozy wants to become France's president again, McDonald's responds to Kanye West's poem for Frank Ocean, and more.
Biden says Sanders will endorse Clinton, Turkish police discover an ISIS cell in Istanbul, the Taiwanese navy accidentally fired a supersonic missile toward China, and more in today's Morning Bulletin.
"If I'm going to be forced to live this shitty existence, at least I'm going to warn people."
Governor Nathan Deal promised to block a controversial measure that would have allowed businesses to discriminate against gay and trans people.
This morning, polls show Sanders is creeping ahead of Clinton in Illinois, Russia withdraws from Syria, Mother Teresa will be made a saint, and more.
Anti-Beyoncé protesters were severely outnumbered by anti-anti-Beyoncé protesters, cops, and reporters.
Eddie runs a betting pool, also known as a "ticket," in federal prison, and says he's made about $7,000 in less than a year.
This morning, Palin is backing Trump, 20 people have have been shot in northwest Pakistan in a Taliban gun attack, Danish nightclubs are attempting to ban migrants, and more.
This morning, David Bowie has died of cancer aged 69, drug kingpin El Chapo will be extradited to the US, Uber cuts fares, and more.
This morning, Obama announces plans to tighten background checks on gun sales, armed militants in Oregon have been told to "go away" by locals, a woman who rented out her apartment for New Year's Eve came back to an orgy, and more.
I tried to get to the bottom of America's latest gambling craze and wound up losing $50.
The author's 1975 short story "The Last Super Bowl" predicted that simulated games would destroy the league. Instead, simulations made the NFL even bigger.
The most popular sport in America leaves its players with brain damage. How much do fans care?
He's really gunning for that Oscar.
How a podcast host and a former NFL player, among others, created a market for pills that claim to boost brain function.
For the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, the big game is usually marked by debauchery that can resemble a riot, and administrators are taking drastic steps to prevent that from happening again.
Leaving an abusive relationship is much harder than it looks from the outside, says an abuse prevention coordinator at a nonprofit.
This was a rough year for minorities. If you're not getting shot at, you're probably being called a name or generally harassed for something you have no control over.
Thanks to an exclusive license agreement with the NFL, the developers behind Madden haven't had much in the way of competition for years, and their games have suffered as a result.
If the 22-year-old found in a trash bin Sunday had chronic traumatic encephalopath (CTE), football oligarchs are in trouble.
The way to improve public perception of the police is to improve the police. Nothing else—certainly not shaming football players for protesting—will make much of a difference.