Recreational sales alone reached $90.1 million in Colorado in the month of May.
There are roughly 11,000 black people in all of South Dakota, or about 2 percent of the state's population.
Dubbed the Online Safety Modernization Act, the bill aims to combat the rise in online crimes that disproportionately affect women and girls.
The United Nations recently released data showing a third of women globally have experienced sexual and/or physical violence, with much of it coming from their intimate partners.
An exclusive analysis shows an increase in legislative activity related to sanctuary jurisdictions, which comes as Trump has pushed back against such designations.
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have such laws, and more than a dozen states are considering them.
Some Coloradoans are hoping the 2018 ballot will include Initiative 29, which would forbid stores from allowing the sale of smartphones to anyone under 13.
Temperatures in the Golden State could reach as high as 122 degrees.
Fifty years after the U.S. Supreme court deemed anti-miscegenation unlawful, interracial marriage is up 17 percent.
China Labor Watch has concerns about two factories where workers produce goods for Ivanka Trump's brand.
ISIS published an article titled "Just Terror Tactics" that, in part, describes how fighters can obtain weapons in the U.S.
Poland has provoked controversy with its restitution laws that remain from the Communist era.
Eighty-eight percent pf Americans support medical marijuana use.
Pro-LGBT rights organizations sent the report to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos this week.
Chancellor's political opponents propose an 'Islam law' that would place tighter rules on preachers and ban foreign funding of mosques.
Politicians are playing on ignorance and fear to build divisions among Americans.
Historically, the states' rights and religious freedom arguments have been a cover for bigotry.
Negotiators will have to scrutinize 20,833 EU laws and rules at a rate of 40 per day during the two year exit period.
A private, working relationship between an Executive staffer and aide to a senator or congressman isn't common—and shouldn't happen.
The case of Brock Turner at Stanford has become the focal point of growing international outrage over campus rape.