Canada is the second country in the world to legalize marijuana for recreational use, behind Uruguay.
Earth and Mars will be closer together in distance than they have for 15 years, making the Red Planet easily visible with the naked eye.
Compulsively playing video games has now been classified as a mental health disorder by the The World Health Organization.
Israeli jets targeted nine military targets in two military compounds and a munitions manufacturing site, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) reported on Twitter. According to IDF, the targets belonged to their favorite bogeyman: Hamas militants.
Thousands of civilians are fleeing Hodeidah, Yemen, after hundreds were killed in the Saudi-led coalition’s bombing campaign to take the strategic Yemeni port away from Houthi rebels.
The discovery changes our understanding of the basic mechanism of photosynthesis and should rewrite the textbooks.
Three US senators have called on the Pentagon to immediately reveal the extent of US military support to the Saudi-led coalition that launched an attack on the key port city of Hodeidah, a last humanitarian lifeline in Yemen.
Police in Kansas City, MO are facing tough questions after shooting and killing three people in less than an hour.
Draft paper presents ‘moment of truth’ to world leaders, say campaigners.
‘It is a message of peace and hope, about unity and the need for us to live together in harmony on this planet.’
A Ford FX4 Off Road truck was swallowed by a giant sinkhole that opened up in a parking lot in the 1700 block of W. Jesse James Road Tuesday evening in Excelsior Springs.
Over seventy Syrian tribes declared war on the US over the weekend as they announced a new “resistance front” to fight foreign troops in northern Syria.
Police in Polk County, Iowa, have arrested 11 people involved in a pedophile ring at Disney World and Legoland as part of a “Guardians of Innocence II” sting.
A day was once only 18 hours long when the moon was closer to Earth, a new study has claimed.
Trillions of dollars of fossil fuel wealth will be wiped out at some point over the next 17 years even if governments fail to impose binding carbon emissions limits on industry to curb global warming, according to a major new study.