Producers will get the green light first so stores have something to sell when they open
Up to an ounce of pot will yield just a $25 civil fine, similar to a parking ticket
Fifty-nine percent of Americans now support gay marriage, says new poll
But Alaska was unseasonably warm
Conversation on Twitter was nearly 100% positive when it came to this year's Oscars host
Hamid Karzai says he's in two minds over whether the war was worth it
(WASHINGTON) — The SAT college entrance exam taken last year by 1.6 million students is getting its first upgrade since 2005. The nonprofit College Board has...
Democrats want to raise the federal minimum wage, a measure that would affect some states more than others
(BEIJING) — The outgoing U.S. ambassador to Beijing has urged China to respect the rights of peaceful political activists and says Washington is deeply concerned...
Being nice can pay off (sorta) in Washington D.C.
Signals to the party's donor class that he is standing by embattled governor
As violence spreads, the U.S. and Europe are moving to put pressure on Ukrainian leaders
Former campaign manager Bill Stepien joins fired aide Bridget Kelly in snubbing bridge investigation
A look at how residents of the Oval Office consider their predecessors
Gov. Jay Inslee suspended capital punishment in the state due to “flaws in the system”
That might be because his party, the BJP, looks set to win the most seats in India's upcoming general elections
The state is one of only five that outlaw betting on fantasy sports
Colorado and Washington struggle to work out whether legal marijuana leads to more impaired driving
Newly single Hollande will visit the White House on his own
Washington and Colorado each has their own set of pot problems