Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota and Utah may soon join 30 other states in the U.S. in adopting some form of legalized weed through ballot-reform measures.
Here's how Democrats and Republicans are talking about the biggest campaign issues ahead of Election Day.
In the 2018 midterms, Democrats need to pick up 23 seats in the House of Representatives in order to gain some power back in Washington.
Early voting totals also show women outvoting men in key battleground states.
When asked if Trump could bypass the 14th amendment with an executive order, Republican candidate Josh Hawley, a constitutional attorney, said "of course not."
Donald Trump's approval rating appears to be dropping at a bad time for the president.
Right-wing Social Liberal Party hopeful Jair Bolsonaro and former Sao Paulo Mayor Fernando Haddad of the left-leaning Workers Party offer different solutions to Brazil's economic woes. But who will prevail?
Melania Trump won't campaign "due to her schedule as a mother and First Lady," her spokeswoman said.
The president has told as many as 170 lies during the second week of October.
Ballot initiatives in Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota and Utah offer voters the opportunity to expand legal weed.
In a wide-ranging speech, Baldwin criticized Republicans on issues including immigration policy and gun violence.
As of Monday, voters in 48 states and Washington D.C. can still register to vote in the midterm elections, but the deadlines are quickly approaching.
Bannon says Europe's right-wing extremists will become the continent's new political elite.
The platform told Congress it "offered identical support to both the Trump and Clinton campaigns" in 2016.
More than 70 percent of Democratic women said they were "very motivated to vote," according to a new poll.
The new poll contrasted with one from a day earlier that showed Ted Cruz with a nine-point lead.
In a country where women face increasing discrimination and violence, a new wave of women in government is giving many in Mexico hope for change.
"We're hearing from a lot of people who are not registered who voted in the June primary."
Aziz Abu Sarah, a journalist and enterpreneur who lost his brother to the conflict, says he wants to be mayor for everyone—Palestinians and Jews alike.
"I always thought that was the day to make some decision," said Giuliani, claiming September 1 was the deadline.
Kremlin critics are setting up rallies against one of Russia's least popular policies in years.
"I can tell you that because that's the way, I guess, if you look at what happens there's a lot of unnecessary violence all over the world but also in this country. And I don't want to see it."
Russia's top diplomat said U.S. sanctions were not about Syria or Ukraine, but "to promote an absolutely hopeless policy of containing the Russian Federation."
The 2018 midterm elections are already historic, but these candidates may be some of the "first" the country has ever seen.
Zimbabwe's security forces have harassed activists and leaders supporting the MDC Alliance.
The Detroit native won Tuesday's Democratic primary to represent Michigan's 13th District.