With few clues about what happened to a missing Malaysian wide-body plane or even where it is, aviation investigators and security analysts are left with one conclusion: almost no theory can be considered off the table.
Colorado’s marijuana industry brought in about $3 million in tax revenue in the opening month of recreational sales, the first indicator of the earning potential of the U.S.’s premier legal pot market.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Wyoming landowner in a case that raises legal questions about thousands of miles of recreational pathways created under the federal “rails to trails” program.
Pioneer Natural Resources Co., the top energy stock in the S&P 500 last year, is tripling drilling in shale fields as international energy explorers five times its size recoil from losses on the U.S. oil renaissance.
The top U.S. prosecutor today urged authorities to focus their attention on “the most dangerous types of drugs,” particularly heroin and prescription painkillers, just weeks after the government took steps to legitimize the country’s marijuana industry.
California Governor Jerry Brown, who decries a widening gulf between rich and poor, is campaigning for a fourth and final term presiding over a state that’s outpacing the U.S. in producing both millionaires and food-stamp recipients.