- U.S.In The Know
This father was not playing games — but he didn't lose his cool either.
- EntertainmentUSA TODAY Entertainment
This "Jeopardy!" contestant is on a seven-game winning streak that already has him among the game show's Hall of Fame. Who is Matt Amodio?
- PoliticsBusiness Insider
Trump started speaking in the third person during a heated discussion with Bill Barr regarding the election results, book says
Barr told the AP in an interview last year that the DOJ had "not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election."
- HealthThe Conversation
Weed withdrawal: More than half of people using medical cannabis for pain experience withdrawal symptoms
The use of cannabis, though safer than many other drugs, is not entirely without risk. AP Photo/David Zalubowski, file CC BY-ND In stark contrast to the overblown fears portrayed during decades past, these days, most people think cannabis is relatively harmless. While weed is indeed less dangerous than some other drugs, it is not without risks. In a study published Jan. 5, my colleagues and I found that 59% percent of people using medical cannabis for chronic pain experienced moderate to severe