The actor known for his roles on “The Wire” and “Boardwalk Empire” is gone at 54.
Debunking urban legends and Internet rumors is harder than it used to be.
Seeking to have a US citizen investigated by a foreign government based on innuendo is a major problem.
The President of the United States behaves like a child.
Boris Johnson is one step closer to becoming the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
The Democratic frontrunner is being wrongly blamed for an explosion in the prison population.
Before he started his campaign for President, former Vice-President Biden reached out to Anita Hill to apologize for his conduct during the confirmation hearings for Clarence Thomas in 1991.
The early frontrunner for the Democratic nomination is drawing fire from multiple fronts. It may destroy his candidacy before it begins.
American military intervention in Venezuela would make the situation in that country worse, not better.
The Senate overwhelmingly passed major reforms in Federal sentencing and related laws. As the name of the bill implies, it’s a first step, but a good first step.
Senator Mitch McConnell and others are blocking a criminal justice reform bill currently pending in the Senate.
William Barr, who served as Attorney General under President George H.W. Bush, has been selected to replace Jeff Sessions as Attorney General.
Once the iconic American retail store, Sears now faces the possibility that it may end up fading into history.
The West Virginia Supreme Court has ruled that a candidate who lost the GOP primary for Senate cannot run as the nominee of another party due to the state’s “sore loser” law.
The Secretary of State of West Virginia has barred Don Blankenship, who came in third place in the GOP Primary, from mounting a third-party bid on the November ballot.
Don Blankenship, who came in third in the Republican Primary in West Virginia earlier this year, is moving forward with plans to run as a third-party candidate in the General Election.
The 100-mile Constitution-free zone strikes again.
Although he came in third place in the GOP primary, Don Blankenship is now running as a third-party candidate and could potentially be a problem for Republicans in November.
Republican chances to hold the Senate were boosted in West Virginia last night thanks to the fact that a fringe candidate was soundly defeated.
National Republicans are increasingly concerned that an upstart, racist candidate who has unleashed personal attacks on Mitch McConnell’s family will sneak through and win tomorrow’s primary to decide who will face Joe Manchin in November.
The highest ranking Democrat in the Senate has introduced a bill that would effectively decriminalize marijuana nationwide and leave it up to each state to decide how far they wish to go with regard to cannabis regulation. It’s a huge step in the right direction.
John Boehner is now pro-weed. The world just keeps getting weirder, man.
One of the supposed “adults” in the Trump administration has no class.
A Federal Judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to invalidate Federal laws against marijuana use and possession.
Norway is poised to make some big changes to its drug laws.
The Trump Administration is reversing policy on an Obama Era policy that allowed states to choose their own course on marijuana laws.
A new poll shows that a record majority of Americans, including a majority of Republicans, support legalization of marijuana.
President Obama spoke out yesterday against his successor and the America he has created.
Yet another lawsuit against yet another controversial Trump Administration policy.
The GOP race for President takes yet another bizarre turn.
A victory in the fight to reform civil asset forfeiture laws.
The Post Office is saying that it will not accept for mail any publication that includes ad for marijuana, even in states where it has been legalized.
The Commissioner of Major League Baseball has ruled that the lifetime ban issued against Pete Rose for betting on baseball will remain in effect.
A decision from Mexico’s Supreme Court has opened the door to legalization of marijuana south of the border, but it’s likely to proceed much slower than in the United States or Canada.