The U.S. was accused of abducting Russian citizens around the world, including the latest arrest of a suspected cyber thief.
Ferris High School chose not to renew the contract of its successful football coach after a trio of his players told officials that he had indecently exposed himself.
The revised travel order changed and replaced an original, more sweeping ban issued that caused chaos and protests at airports.
Abe has reportedly called for officials to gather “tweetable” figures on Japanese companies’ investment plans—and is planning to play a round of golf with Trump.
A Washington state Army deserter who called Osama bin Laden “a beautiful man,” has been charged with five counts of unlawful firearms possession.
The former Washington State quarterback led the nation in passing last year, and is now completely out of the game.
The Kettle Falls Five case shows the contradictions between state and federal guidelines on pot.
Many foreign students were aboard the bus, the mayor confirmed.
The unidentified soldier went missing on Friday after jumping out of a plane during a training exercise.
The statute updates the state's open container laws for vehicles to include marijuana and stipulates that marijuana, like alcohol, must be kept in the vehicle's trunk, another part of the passenger cabin not normally occupied or in an unopened container.
The two African-American men had assaulted an officer prior to the shooting, the police chief says, and are now at a local hospital.
A new report on global maternal mortality highlights the U.S. capital’s huge health gap between its richest and poorest children.
The big game is seen as boosting pot sales, and some also feel it could help injured players.
The Gates foundation has funded a machine that can convert human waste into drinkable water in five minutes
For six hours beginning on April 9, about 11 million Americans in seven states were left without access to 911 emergency services. The cause was a software glitch.
The officer called Washington's new marijuana laws "silly," and flipped a coin when issuing citations
The fire destroyed homes in and around the town of Pateros, 120 miles northeast of Seattle
Mike Boyer lost his job after his employer saw TV footage of him buying recreational marijuana in Spokane, Washington
Experts predict marijuana to sell out within hours as Washington becomes 2nd state where recreational use is legal
Washington state is requiring child-resistant packaging on marijuana products and prohibiting images that appeal to children