New Zealand's Drug Foundation proposed alternative punishments for people caught with paraphernalia, including intervention sessions and rehab therapy.
The U.N. ambassador tweeted after North Korea's intercontinental ballistic missile test on Monday.
At least 235,000 people are employed by the marijuana industry, according to a new report.
The pop star was in Israel for a scheduled performance at Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park.
The justice has yet to hire new law clerks, instead telling applicants that he was considering retirement.
The tennis star was involved in a car crash that killed a man in early June.
The new land mass has been nicknamed Shelly Island.
The former secretary of state asserts that Trump has the United States’s best interests at heart.
Australians aren't the only ones becoming less religious. Atheism in America has become more common in recent years, too.
Not to be mistaken with the swanky Rodeo Drive, Rodeo Road is a major street that runs from near the Culver City border east to Mid-City in Southwest L.A.
Officers arrested the teens because they were in violation of the National Mall's vending regulations, which prevents people from selling items without a permit.
The Supreme Court will give its final last opinions of its term on Monday.
'There is this perception that a black man is automatically feared,' lawyer Rufus J. Tate Jr. says.
The group has released video footage showing destruction of various historical landmarks in the Middle East.
Of the few KKK groups that still exist across America today, the majority of them each had fewer than 25 members.
Africa is expected to have the most population growth through 2050.
At least nine travelers and one crew member were injured during the flight.
The sun could shine for as long as 16 hours in some parts of the U.S.