The Trump administration has delayed listing the rusty patched bumblebee as an endangered species. Conservationists worry it will be cut from the list.
With rapid advancements in human genome-editing, a group of scientists have released a 200 pages of recommendations for how to proceed.
Faced with a legal challenge by a pro-marijuana nonprofit group, the DEA has removed several misleading statements about marijuana from its website.
As attorney general, Jeff Sessions could undo all of the progress that has been made with marijuana legalization, but it would be a fight.
A Brazilian Supreme Court justice is proposing that marijuana and eventually cocaine be legalized to make room in jails and reduce violent crime.
In New York, state lawmakers recently introduced bills A3506 and S3040 aimed at legalizing, regulating, and taxing marijuana for people age 18 and older.
A recently released report on marijuana trends in Colorado shows that use among both adults and teens has remained fairly unchanged in recent years.
Finland has set an ambitious goal of going 98% tobacco-free by 2040 through taxes, and fees and licenses for store owners who wish to sell tobacco products.
On January 1, 2017, a law banning the use of all disposable plastics throughout the capital region, which was voted on in December 2016.
On January 30, Maine joined 7 other states and the District of Columbia, which have all legalized marijuana for recreational use.
France has prohibited hotels, restaurants, and school cafeterias from offering free refills of soda and other sugary beverages.
In the few days that Donald Trump has been in the White House, his administration has directed employees at the EPA to freeze its grants and contracts.
A California judge has ruled that the state can require a warning label on Monsanto’s Roundup that states it may cause cancer.
Less than 2 weeks before Trump’s inauguration, the CDC canceled a climate change summit that had been in the works for months.
Pharmaceutical industry lobbyists are launching a massive ad campaign aimed at changing people’s opinions of the industry.
A D.C. marijuana activism group handed out thousands of joints at the Jan. 20 inauguration in protest of President Trump’s attorney general pick.
The maker of OxyContin is being sued by the town of Everett, Washington, which wants the company to pay for its massive opioid problem.