Nevadans lined up July 1 to reap the benefits of a November vote legalizing recreational marijuana. However, as state and federal laws governing the drug become more disparate, Attorney General Jeff Sessions promises to crack down on growers.
American exceptionalism, believing that the US is the greatest, #1, God’s country, increases the likelihood that some exceptionally awful things about America are ignored.
Government agencies continue to delay Obama-era regulations, leading to an influx of legal challenges from states.
In this candid conversation, RT’s Sean Stone asks WhoWhatWhy’s editor-in-chief Russ Baker about Trump and the Russian mob
It’s Independence Day, and Americans celebrate their country’s 241st birthday with pride. But patriotism can be manipulated to further destructive ends.
Two years after same-sex marriage became legal, gay couples still face challenges.
Over half of the EPA’s Board of Scientific Counselors have been dismissed to make way for fossil fuel advocates, leading many to worry about the vanishing role of independent scientific review within the agency.
The value placed on free speech in the US is so high that some of the most abhorrent individuals and groups can have their say. This court case proves it.
Electoral boycotts and economic problems overshadow Puerto Rico’s latest bid for statehood.
A senseless act of violence has left a US Congressman in critical condition and others injured. We pause to remember the admonition of Martin Luther King, Jr. that non-violence is both morally superior and the most powerful means for making change happen.