A decrease in cigarette smoking has signicantly dropped deaths in the United States from cancer.
American corporations have no particular obligation to the United States. They’re obligated to their shareholders.
Australia has become a poster child for the ill-effects of breakneck fossil-fuel burning.
The Kansas Legislature should put Medicaid expansion at the top of its 2020 agenda.
Every state with legal recreational weed still has a vibrant black market that accounts for most marijuana sales and unlicensed production.
Pot remains a Schedule I illegal drug under federal law, and as such, depositing the proceeds from pot sales into the federally regulated banking system remains illegal.
Structures that helped build the character of a community should be given special consideration.
Congress needs to assert its power as a third branch of government.
After so many years-long conflicts abroad, it seems U.S. presidents would want to put more of their responsibility on Congress.
U.S. policy toward Iran must be more than economic sanctions.