An extremely moving TED talk earlier this month about medical marijuana left the entire crowd in tears. Check it out to see why.
Preliminary approval for random testing of New Jersey high school athletes next year has not sparked much interest from Maryland athletic officials to follow the Garden State's lead.
June 6, 2006 - NEW Jersey might become the next state to legalize medical marijuana, if Montel Williams has anything to do with it. The talk-show host is scheduled to speak soon at a hearing on the pain-killing herb in Trenton, and he's already been honored by the D.C.-based...
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Yet another Grateful Dead keyboardist passed away this weekend. Vince Welnick apparently committed suicide in Forestville, CA on Friday, June 2. He was 55 years old.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The colorful Libertarian Party nominee for governor, Loretta Nall, said Monday she will run as a write-in candidate after failing to get enough signatures to get her name on the general election ballot.
Paris Hilton seems almost supernaturally capable of gracing any and every pointless Hollywood function at once, usually arriving in a cloud of green smoke, Wicked Witch of the West-style, with her entourage of flying monkey flacks hopping attentively around her. The concerne...
PROVIDENCE, R.I. --Rhode Island police search vehicles driven by minorities about twice as often as whites, although whites are more likely to carry illegal contraband such as guns or drugs, according to a recent study.
By Brian Abrams