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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says that if the state legalize cannabis, tax revenue should be directed toward funding pension programs.

A "speed-dating" event for weed buyers and sellers generated advice to entrepreneurs hoping to sell more of their legal cannabis products

Bubbles are the best way to celebrate and many of the most gorgeous seasonal cocktails involve a whole lot of sparkle!

Prada will stop selling its new monkey keychains that people complained resembled "blackface"

Salem retailer Alternative Therapies Group is set to start selling recreational marijuana at 9 a.m. on Saturday.

Days away from being sentenced in the Russia probe, former national security adviser Michael Flynn is not exactly hiding his face in shame.

A judge has ruled a former candidate for governor of Rhode Island as well as a former attorney general candidate cannot get their marijuana back, saying it is still illegal even if they use it for religious services.

The Winnie-the-Pooh exhibit at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts explores more than the Hundred Acre Woods. It’s a reflection of human emotion.

The Hampden County District Attorney's Office is working to reduce gun violence. On Saturday, you can bring your guns to the Raymond Sullivan Safety Complex in exchange for gift cards to the grocery store.

The president’s former lawyer said Friday that he himself also knew arranging payments during the 2016 campaign to quiet two women who claimed to have had affairs with Donald Trump was wrong.

While Christmas tree fires aren't very common, when they do happen, they can be dangerous. Dry pine needles burn very quickly, and on average, one of every 45 Christmas tree fires results in a death.

The historic concerns about hydropower are understandable. But it’s time to get everyone to yes.

A Canadian study delves into the mysteries of humor.

A truck slammed into the MBTA commuter rail bridge in Westwood Friday, generating delays on the Franklin line after a speed reduction was ordered as a safety precaution, officials said.