Houston voters rejected an ordinance to establish anti-discriminatory measures for gays and transgenders on Tuesday, making it one of the largest metros in the nation without protection from sexual orientation discrimination.
For some Ohioans, the proposed initiative to legalize both recreational and medicinal marijuana in one go was about more than pot.
'Safe spaces,' where heroin users can ride out their high under supervision, can help addicts while they're high, but experts are torn on their long-term benefits.
A bomb threat Tuesday at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a shooting threat by a football player at Fresno State were investigated and found to be groundless, but both involved the anonymous app YikYak.
The number of Americans who may consider themselves spiritual but have no interest in religion is rising. However, religiously observant Americans remain devout, according to a new Pew Research Center study.
Ohio voters face a unique proposition for marijuana legalization – make it legal for all uses or none at all.
Living standards are actually rising in America. Here's why the middle class feels so besieged.