It seems Colorado is seeing very low unemployment figures. Why? the state is reporting 10,000 new jobs, all from the legalization of marijuana.
CBS KPIX 5 went on record to tell everyone there is no Fukushima radiation on the U.S. West Coast, and that people have nothing to be concerned about.
Anti-GMO activists in Russia are looking to create a team of independent researchers that can finally prove unequivocally that GMOs are poison tools.
Dr. Mehmet Oz has admitted that like most of America, he grew up believing marijuana was awful, but now he understands it has tremendous medical benefits.
Recently, the National Organic Standards Board decided to finally ban the antibiotic streptomycin from organic foods, protecting organic apples and pears.
Here are the top 10 companies ruining the natural world with toxic pesticides, all to make a big buck off of their poisonous creations.
Samsung just released a public apology for the dangerous chemicals workers in their factories were exposed to, causing 56 documented cases of leukemia.
The Interstate Milk Freedom Act of 2014 is working toward freeing the raw milk supply, and replacing toxic conventional milk with healthful raw milk.
A study and a Reuters Health report say 50 percent of the population believe in conspiracy theories, often because they believe in alternative medicine.
The NFL maintains a strong anti-marijuana stance, though the stance may soon change as states support marijuana for it’s medicinal value.
Russia is so against GMOs that lawmakers may decide to impose criminal liability for those conducting GMO-related business or activities.
Uruguay is rolling out with jaw-dropping marijuana news. Legal marijuana in Uruguay will cost 20 percent of the market price for high-quality cannabis.
A small Florida town has fired its entire police force after finding out about massive corruption in a recent audit exposing unlawful actions.
Owner of 500,000 Monsanto stock, Bill Gates has been quoted saying that ‘if we do a really good job, we can reduce the world population by 10-15 percent’.
The first ever cannabis-dispensing vending machine has opened in Vancouver, Canada, where individuals can purchase marijuana easily and anonymously.
An incredible $65.4 million was spent on lobbying by the pharmaceutical industry during 2014’s first quarter. No wonder all the drugs get approval.
Both the state House of Representatives and the state Senate in Minnesota recently signed off on medical marijuana legislation. Will it go through?