Seriously ill patients will have access to medical marijuana with a doctor's presecription by early 2017.
This morning, the Bush family say they won't endorse Trump, California raises the smoking age to 21, a state of emergency is declared in Alberta, and more.
The devastating fire comes only a month after the Alberta government cut $11.7 million from its wildfire management program.
Ankit Love founded the One Love Party when he was living in a youth hostel, and he turned up at our office yesterday to talk about it.
With the passing of the state's new anti-LGBT legislation, life just got even tougher for queer people of color in the Magnolia State.
Given the details we have so far, it's tempting to spin theories that sound like Sopranos plotlines.
After winning only 7 percent of Indiana, Kasich is officially out of here.
Tens of thousands of Fort McMurray residents had to flee their homes on short notice, abandoning their belongings as a black sky loomed overhead, literally raining down ashes.
America is about to find out what happens when you mix big data with so-called risk factors like race.
Seattle police nabbed seven runners from a half-dozen illegal marijuana delivery services in a buy-bust sting, but all the suspects were allowed to walk free.
This morning, Ted Cruz ends his presidential campaign, Obama is urged to drink water in Flint, Canada is running out of anti-syphilis drugs, and more.
Many believe the law is a strategy to coerce migrants into joining Iran's fighting forces in the Syrian conflict.
After a resounding victory in Indiana, the reality-TV star is going to be the GOP's presidential nominee.
"Together we left it all on the field in Indiana," he said on Tuesday. "We gave it everything we got, but the voters chose another path."
A national rise in STI rates is partially to blame.
Calling Trump an insecure "bully," the Texas senator unleashed a tirade against the Donald on Tuesday as the GOP frontrunner inches closer to winning the nomination.
Nineteen-year-old Lawson Schalm was set to graduate high school in two months, but will likely have to rethink a career in fire and rescue.
US Customs and Border Protection agents have the right to question non-citizens about smoking weed, which is a deportable offense.
Now, the ACLU is suing healthcare giant Dignity Health for denying women tubal ligations and other contraceptive care.
It has fallen to ordinary people to provide refugees with food, shelter, and first aid, but now official attitudes are hardening and volunteers are risking arrest, prosecution, and jail.
'I knew a fella whose cellmate killed himself in the middle of the night—he woke up to a dead body on the top bunk.'
Rafael Cruz supported Castro and allegedly handed out fliers with Oswald, but that doesn't mean he wanted to blow JFK's brains out.
The attack comes just days after the bombing of Al Quds Hospital in Aleppo, which killed at least 27 people, and as the UN is voting on a resolution aimed at stopping strikes on hospitals.
This morning, a solar-powered plane completes the first US leg of its trip around the world, an LA sheriff's official resigns after his racist emails are revealed, a load of 1960s rock icons hint at a festival later this year, and more.