Shootings are taking almost twice as much of a toll on the life expectancy of black Americans as on that of white Americans, a new study finds.
For almost 50 years, hemp has been considered a Schedule I substance alongside more potent strains of marijuana. Congress is finally set to change that.
Not content to simply patch up injuries, hospital-based violence intervention programs around the U.S. are helping to change the lives of survivors.
The plaintiff, a doctor who is also licensed to prescribe cannabis, claims the prohibition violates his Second and Fifth Amendment rights.
Legal marijuana markets, psychedelic therapies and drugs and the Me Too movement are just a few of the topics covered in this year's Global Drug Survey.
Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz says big cities should use their purse strings to pressure gun manufacturers into adopting responsible business practices.
Under federal law, employers aren't required to give workers time off to get to the polls, so many voters have come up with their own routines.
The nation's leading gun rights group regularly traffics in the sort of inflammatory rhetoric that has boiled over into violence in the past week.
Many respondents were willing to confront systemic issues regarding men's treatment of women. But plenty were not.
State officials have linked the herbal supplement to six deaths and claim most users are injecting it. A leading kratom scientist calls "B.S."
Amid the Brett Kavanaugh hearings and Me Too movement, it's time for men to confront the toxic masculinity that has sparked a national reckoning.
The major gun manufacturer is the second to face pressure from investors in recent months, amid renewed attention on daily bloodshed and mass shootings.
The new campaign by Giffords gives a voice to generals and other veterans who believe gun violence prevention shouldn't be a partisan issue.
Youth activists in Massachusetts are telling the gun manufacturer to stop making military-style rifles and to fund gun violence research.