One part of the refugee crisis in Europe has largely been forgotten: the plight of people who've been displaced by the war in eastern Ukraine. Life is getting harder for some refugees who fled to Russia.
Massive chasms on the dwarf planet's largest moon explained When the New Horizons spacecraft returned the first closeup pictures of Pluto's moon Charon last year, scientists were surprised to see a huge
Ever since NASA announced plans to send a manned mission to Mars in the 2030s and Hollywood got in on the action with "The Martian," the Red Planet has loomed large in our collective imagination. Now,
Cannabis use apparently does not increase the risk of anxiety or depression, according to a new study. Despite long being linked to problems in mental health, the drug may now have been dropped in the
Nebraska and Oklahoma v. Colorado. The Supreme Court of the United States — minus the late Justice Scalia — is set to take up the hot-button issue of marijuana legalization today in a highly watched case.
By Beth Marlowe Beth Marlowe Bio Follow Erin Flammer has been thinking of growing some marijuana. While in most U.S. cities that would be illegal, the management consultant, 34, lives in D.C., and decided
The Sheats-Goldstein house will be left to the Los Angeles museum by the businessmen who bought and restored it with the original architect John Lautner To get to architect John Lautner’s Sheats-Goldstein
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors said several witnesses in the criminal securities fraud case against notorious former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli are concerned about retaliation and received
It's called ITER, Latin for "The Way," and is expected to usher in a new era of nuclear fusion-powered electricity — something scientists and engineers have been working toward for over 40 years. By fusing
Photographs taken of boys in a locker room at Cary-Grove High School have prompted a criminal investigation, Cary police said. The photos were taken without the students' knowledge and, though they don't
T-Mobile US, the No.3 U.S. wireless carrier, said its quarterly profit nearly tripled as aggressive discounts helped it add more subscribers. Net income rose to $297 million, or 34 cents per share, for