• Latino voters could help decide several competitive races in Arizona this election cycle. That's why Republicans and Democrats are making their best pitches to win this vital constituency.

    Inside the fight for Latino voters in Arizona

    By Jeff Simon and Zach Wasser, CNN
    Latino voters could help decide several competitive races in Arizona this election cycle. That's why Republicans and Democrats are making their best pitches to win this vital constituency.
  • An Israeli agricultural engineer inspects marijuana plants at the BOL (Breath Of Life) Pharma greenhouse in the country's second-largest medical cannabis plantation, near Kfar Pines in northern Israel, on March 9, 2016.
The recreational use of cannabis is illegal in the Jewish state, but for the past 10 years its therapeutic use has not only been permitted but also encouraged. Last year, doctors prescribed the herb to about 25,000 patients suffering from cancer, epilepsy, post-traumatic stress and degenerative diseases. The purpose is not to cure them but to alleviate their symptoms. Forbidden to export its cannabis plants, Israel is concentrating instead on marketing its agronomic, medical and technological expertise in the hope of becoming a world hub in the field.
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    Why weed is stuck in a legal limbo

    Congress passed the Controlled Substances Act in 1970. More than a quarter century later, a section of that law helped states to legalize marijuana.
  • Professor George Ciccariello-Maher has received death threats after being listed on a professor watch list.

    Death threats are forcing professors off campus

    Story by Dan Lieberman, CNN Video by Davide Cannaviccio, Jeff Simon and Zach Wasser
    Two dozen students marched out of their classroom at Drexel University in Philadelphia last month carrying signs that read "Where is our professor?" and "Bring back GCM."
  • We the People: 100 days in Trump's America

    Story written by Mallory Simon, CNN Video produced by Zach Wasser, CNN
    Emotions run high across America as voters reflect upon President Donald Trump's first 100 days. Well let's face it, emotions have been running high since at least Election Day, and rightly so, as this is the future of the country and everyone in it. But that's where the unity ends. Stop and listen to people and you'll hear some speak of pride, strength and passion. Others point to bigotry, fear and divisiveness. But not necessarily in the places you might think.