The chemical in Round-Up that has been known to cause cancer has been found in 31 out of 45 food products including multiple children's cereals.
A former police officer avoided jail time and was instead given probation after he pleaded guilty to sexually exploiting a child.
In their quest to catch people driving on cannabis, police are using tests that can't even detect how much cannabis a person has consumed.
A local councilman proposed the idea of implanting microchips in criminals on house arrest—even if they are nonviolent offenders.
While banning plastic straws won't solve the problems created by the government, legalizing hemp could cause a massive shift in the environmental landscape.
An 80-year-old grandma was arrested for having a tiny bit cannabis in her own home to treat her arthritis, because her card was expired.
The grandson of a former governor has avoided jail time despite there being "sufficient evidence" that he raped a young woman he went to school with.
A neighbor allegedly called the police to report that a “large black man” had broken into the house, not knowing that the man described actually lived there.
As 2018 marks the "Summer of the Snitch," it appears that people have finally had enough of neighborhood busybodies.
Mexico's incoming presidential administration is discussing plans to decriminalize all drugs, in an effort to stop cartel violence.