The November issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine reports on the link between marijuana use and frequency of sexual activities. The report found that those who smoke weed more frequently have more sex.
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The National Park Service announced Oct. 24 it was considering increasing the entrance fee to 17 of the most frequently attended national parks during their peak seasons. This would include Yellowstone, Yosemite, Zion and the Grand Canyon.
When political leadership fails, private citizens must be willing to step up.
Let us have our ghosts The existence of ghosts has been deliberated for ages without any hard-evidence conclusions in either direction.
This Halloween, parents are being warned to make sure their children are not being given marijuana-laced candy while trick-or-treating.
The existence of ghosts has been deliberated for ages without any hard-evidence conclusions in either direction.
Following a long and fun Halloweekend, the third largest party weekend of the year, Halloween has been on everyone’s mind. We love the spooky costumes, the candy and the carnivalesque nature of it all that lets us be who we’re not for a day.
Calls to action have few benefits if they go unanswered, which is why the recent trend #metoo, a hashtag meant to express solidarity in the face of sexual assault and harassment, will not fulfill its potential unless it leads to social and political change.
The Indiana State government just closed a loophole in legislation that allowed Ricker's convenience stores to sell cold beer, an amenity typically limited to liquor stores.
Alex Crowley, the Bloomington director of economic and sustainable development, spoke to residents at the Oct. 14 farmers' market about the city’s continued initiative to expand its solar footprint by installing solar panel arrays at 30 city facilities, including City Hall and the Bloomington Police Department.
A recent ambush on United States special forces in Niger, which left four soldiers dead, has perhaps metastasized into one of President Trump’s strangest controversies yet.
Bloomington was the only city in Indiana to receive a perfect score of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign 2017 Report.
In a clearly political and highly controversial decision, Vice President Mike Pence left the Oct. 8 Indianapolis Colts game following the demonstration of protesting players who knelt during the national anthem.
Sen. Jim Merritt, R-Indianapolis, is proposing mandatory minimum sentences on people selling Fentanyl-laced drugs in effort to curb the opioid epidemic.
President Donald Trump has resorted to executive overreach to achieve his administration’s goals on health care policy.
Parisian Mayor Anne Hidalgo has been waging a war on air pollution, planning to eliminate diesel-powered cars from the French capital by 2024, and expanding that ban to all vehicles with other traditional combustion engines by 2030.
Indiana state lawmaker Rep. Jim Lucas, R-Seymour, has drafted a bill that would require journalists to obtain a state-issued license to write professionally. The bill is very similar to Indiana’s concealed carry handgun legislation, and it is likely Lucas is trying to skewer gun control laws rather than actually limit the press.
Most people who spend time on the internet are familiar with the famous adult cartoon "Rick and Morty."
Former Vice President Joe Biden has recently become the focal point of much media speculation concerning his potential entrance into the 2020 presidential race.
Bloomington officials want to implement a 1 percent food and beverage tax in Monroe County to help pay for a new convention center.