If you got past all the crosstalk and squabbling over whether Donald Trump said what he said, you got a pretty good summary of the 2016 campaign.
Human history is rife with precedent for using drugs to achieve spiritual and moral growth, and there's no scientific reason the modern Jew can't get in on the action.
You can now be done for defrauding drug users with fake gear.
Tim Kaine says the Trump organization is "octopus-like" at the VP debate, Yahoo reportedly spied on millions of users' emails for the government, Hurricane Matthew leaves 11 dead in the Caribbean, and more.
On Monday, thousands of Polish women walked out on their jobs in a nationwide protest against proposed laws to ban abortion. We spoke to the protesters and organizers of Black Monday.
"What are the chances Trump honors commitment to those who are wounded?"
The teenager apparently posted favorably about cops after seeing Black Lives Matter shirts at school last week.
And the Newfoundland government has no plans to stop it.
European Parliament has approved the ratification of the first ever legally-binding worldwide climate deal.
Eight out of ten Trump supporters think paying taxes is a civic duty, a judge dismisses a lawsuit over police tactics in Ferguson, the NRA responds to the Kardashian robbery with sarcastic tweets, and more.
When police want a sample, they can do it the easy way, or they can do it the hard way.
An anonymous YouTube account named 'Mormon Leaks' posted several videos of presentations to the Church's 'Quorum of the Twelve Apostles' behind closed doors.
Russian involvement in renewed bloodshed in the rebel-held city of Aleppo seems to be behind the shutdown of dialogue.
NYPD detectives called a child found in a cooler in 1991 "Baby Hope." And to convict her cousin for the murder, they want a New York Times reporter to testify about their jailhouse interview.
The Empire State attorney general's office has serious beef with the Donald J. Trump Foundation.
A bizarre debate performance, a feud with a former beauty queen, an unearthed appearance in a Playboy video, allegations of business done with Iran and Cuba, a reported billion-dollar loss, and lots and lots of denials.
Ahead of a Vancouver film festival premiere, We Can't Make the Same Mistake Twice Cindy Blackstock recaps the (ongoing) civil rights battle that almost didn't happen.
The so-called Cosby Bill would allow for the indefinite prosecution of rape and other sex crimes in the state.
The justices will hear cases on the first amendment, insider trading, trademarks, the death penalty, redistricting, immigrant detention, and race discrimination.
A gang of armed men posing as police officers tied her up in her private apartment and stole millions of dollars worth of jewelry.
Trump has previously called Iran the "number one state sponsor of radical Islamic terrorism."
At least one Trump ally says he is a tax "genius," Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint at her hotel in Paris, Colombian voters reject the FARC peace deal, and more.
We talked to a constitutional law professor about how far a new Democratic president's gun-control policies could go—and whether they would be effective in reducing violent deaths.
Ramsey Orta shot the cell phone video that gave a movement its slogan, "I can't breathe."; Now he's going to prison for selling heroin and gun possession.