The racist clause was tucked away in a document outlining covenants, conditions and restrictions and dates back to 1947—a year before the Supreme Court ruled racially restrictive covenants were invalid.
Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen and "Fox & Friends" co-host Steve Doocy argued that Democrats are "conflating" two components of President Donald Trump's July phone call with the leader of Ukraine.
Zantac and ranitidine have made a lot of headlines recently, after the FDA made the decision to investigate possible contaminants in ranitidine products.
CBD advertises the same soothing effects for dogs as it does for humans.
National CBD Day is August 8.
Legal reform on abortion is of course necessary, but it is not sufficient.
"The obstructer need not succeed in order to be charged with obstruction," analyst and former Judge Andrew Napolitano wrote. "On obstruction, Barr is wrong."
"The records should be turned over to the Oversight Committee. Whether they will is another story," said Michael J. Stern, a former federal prosecutor.
Approximately 953 redactions were made to the special counsel's 448-page report, according to Reuters.
Former federal prosecutors have accused Attorney General William Barr of acting in the best interest of the president rather than the American people.
"I think, from a legal perspective, I know of few moments in the last 30 years that has the potential crescendo of emotion as this one," a former federal prosecutor told Newsweek about the report's imminent release.
Using marijuana while pregnant as an antidote to morning sickness could damage the fetus's brain, according to a study on rats.
"I think that Bob Mueller realized that these were just people who were naive," Mark Corallo, a former spokesman for Trump's legal team, told ABC News podcast "The Investigation."
"The Mueller investigation is but a fraction of the president's troubles," Bradley Moss, a national security lawyer, told Newsweek.
Donald Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen is now suing the Trump Organization over $1.9 million in unpaid legal fees.
Denverites will vote on decriminalising magic mushrooms this spring.
Washington state lawmakers look to sidestep school district fears about losing federal funding should they allow students to receive marijuana-based treatments at K-12 campuses.
"You're abusing that individual, the president's rights. Not only that, it's obstruction of justice. Misuse of the legal process."
To put it bluntly, the goal seems to be to create a buffer of protection around male circumcision by throwing female children under the bus.
The plaintiffs can now inspect InfoWars' internal marketing and financial files.
The "blunt" includes a hemp and 24-karat gold leaf-coated exterior.
In a report by the Los Angeles Times, several people who are close to the president said that Trump senses that he is losing respect in the White House and worries that he won't have support from donors and lawmakers for his 2020 re-election bid.
Even some of Donald Trump's most loyal supporters are beginning to wonder what, exactly, is going on in the White House amid the Mueller investigation.
"The patchwork of inconsistent state laws compounds the dysfunction," wrote Kennedy. "Our federal government has ceded its responsibility—and authority—to thoughtfully regulate marijuana."
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.