"I don't know how serious he is," Farah says, "But I fit in with all the stuff he doesn't want to accept."
A gun-violence victim's family is alleging that retailers knew guns were being sold to a "straw purchaser."
Even in states where cannabis has legal outlets, almost a third of product sold is illicit.
With three more states voting in November on whether to legalize marijuana, Beau Kilmer, an expert on the subject, describes the latest state of play.
The tight contest was yet another demonstration of how divided Democrats are in the drawn-out national race.
Both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton need to wrap up their campaigns with dignity.
LaVoy Finicum was shot and killed Jan. 26 by Oregon State Police after he tried to flee a traffic stop.
Finicum's relatives say he wasn't armed at the time of his death.
A few holdouts remain despite pleas from their jailed leader, Ammon Bundy, to stand down.
Militia leaders Ammon and Ryan Bundy were arrested on Tuesday night.
Despite Bundy's arrest, protesters are still occupying the remote Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Oregon.
Researchers say the 2015 Nepal earthquake and the landslides it caused paint a picture of what may happen in the Pacific Northwest, from California to British Columbia.
The prudence shown by law enforcement so far is less white privilege, more cover your ass.
Property rights advocates need to find ranchers more appealing than the Bundys or the Hammonds.
Pro-gun bullies hate peaceful protests because they argue that guns are needed to enact change.
Lawmakers in two states have passed measures that allow women and teens to obtain birth control pills directly from pharmacies without a prescription.
It's not hard for sieges like the one in Oregon to become conflagrations.
The new measure requires certain BB and pellet guns to come with bright markings.