In what Vatican officials are calling "a heinous act," the Italian magazine "L'Espresso" leaked a draft of the hotly anticipated papal encyclical on the environment.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled Monday that it is legal for a company to fire an employee for failing a drug test, even if the employee is legally licensed to use marijuana for medical reasons.
The short answer: a giant trade agreement between the U.S. and 11 other nations. The long answer: We don't know.
Fox News will host a forum for lesser presidential contenders, the network announced Wednesday.
Some small-town Coloradans are fed up by what they say is an intolerable smell wafting from a nearby marijuana farm.
Fatih Zengin, a Turkish policeman, must plant 600 trees as punishment for spraying a protester with tear gas during the 2013 Istanbul protests.
President Obama has vowed to demilitarize police. Get ready for a long war.
Tatiana Rhodes told an interviewer that white neighbors incited an incident that a police officer being suspended.
Cook agreed to all but one demand: a "50 gallon drum of lube" for Cleveland pitcher Marc Rzepczynski.
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Ariana Miyamoto is first mixed-race person to represent Japan at Miss Universe pageant.
The makers claim it draws on science to create the perfect head, bringing out bad beer's best.
Officials with the Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis allegedly ignored warnings about an abusive priest.
Officer Steven Rankin shot and killed William Chapman after finishing three years of desk duty related to another killing.
Video games? Video games never change.
Assistant Secretary of State Roberta Jacobson may be headed to Mexico.
Jeb Bush came out in favor of the Patriot Act in an op-ed Monday.
'Grey,' by '50 Shades of Grey' author E.L. James, will retell the story from Christian Grey's perspective.
Gao Bingguo tried and failed to set a Guinness World Record by covering his body in 1.1 million bees weighing a reported 240 pounds.
The unicameral state legislature overrode a veto by Tea Party Republican Governor Pete Ricketts to abolish the harshest punishment in the land.
The city of Cleveland has announced a settlement with the Department of Justice to reform the city's pattern of unconstitutional policing, The New York Times reports.