In a study released Thursday, the Highway Loss Data Institute showed that Oregon, Washington, and Colorado saw car crash incidents rise by 2.7 percent since recreational marijuana was legalized in those states.
In the 50 years since the landmark Supreme Court decision in Loving v. Virginia, Americans have increasingly dated and married across racial and ethnic lines. But many interracial couples say they still face racism and violence.
Once the emblem of middle-class whites, suburbs are America’s new melting pot, creating diversity but also tensions.
A new study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found an overall decline for the first time in the use of vaping devices with teens since the agency began tracking their use in 2011.
At their annual convention, Southern Baptists voted to formally denounce the 'alt-right' political movement. The resolution comes after a day-long disagreement over the wording of the statement, but resulted in a standing ovation from the convention’s 5,000 members.
Over the past decade, vintage typewriters have attracted a new generation of fans. Organized public events contribute to the growing craze, where typewriter aficionados come together and try different vintage machines.
Jack Barton (l.), the young son of Rep. Joe Barton (R) of Texas, manager of the Republican Congressional Baseball team, listens as his father speaks to the media on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 14 about the shooting that they were both present for in Alexandria, Va.
Huntington’s blend of law enforcement, data analysis, and compassionate care has become a model both in the state and elsewhere.