Non-believers are rallying behind old-fashioned laws in states like Arkansas and Maryland to seek more clout in the US political arena.
Academics say that the KKK had a long-lasting impact on political views, and votes, four decades after the movement's popularity had peaked.
Uber is facing another PR crisis after an executive suggested the company should hire a team of researchers to discredit critical journalists.
People in California are blaming pot growers for increased water shortages and threats to endangered fish. But the weed industry continues to thrive.
The clash follows NATO's confirmation that more Russian soldiers and military equipment have entered eastern Ukraine in recent days.
The recording states, “the soldiers of the Islamic State today are tougher, stronger and more determined” while “America and its allies [are] stumbling between fear, weakness, inability and failure.”
Syrian Kurds fear further persecution and call for Western air strikes if Syria's al Qaeda affiliate, the al Nusra Front, attack their Afrin enclave.
Fort Lauderdale recently enacted a city ordinance banning public food sharing, part of a growing trend nationwide of cities attempting to crack down on the homeless.
An obscure federal tax law that was enacted in the '80s is eating into the profits of legal pot merchants across the country.
More than 150 students held captive by the terror group were beaten and forced to watch videos of beheadings and attacks, according to interviews with Human Rights Watch.
South Korean media reported on the recent executions of several party officials, and also cited intelligence sources as saying Kim Jong-un had ankle surgery.
An unmanned Antares rocket ferrying supplies to the International Space Station exploded Tuesday at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport in Wallops, Virginia.