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A brand of marijuana accessories and hemp products as well as what's being marketed as the first global brand of marijuana went on sale this week.
A heated Democratic debate, movement in a closely watched murder case and other stories NBC News followed this week.
A group of friends known as the "Super Bowl Five" will be in attendance at Super Bowl 50, continuing the tradition they started in 1967 at Super Bowl I.
"He won't live to see his 24th birthday" if he doesn't get immediate help, Johnny Manziel's father said Friday.
Ronald Barawis, identified as one of Hawaii's "most wanted" fugitives, was shot and killed by police early Friday.
Actor and marijuana advocate Woody Harrelson was one of nearly 60 applicants to apply to open one of Hawaii's first medical marijuana dispensaries.
Rubio shrugged off questions about his perceived lack of accomplishments, and said that the election is "about what happens next for America."
Crew converged on the spot off the San Pedro coast, near the Los Angeles Harbor, to search for any possible survivors and the plane wreckage
The Las Vegas Review-Journal endorsed Florida Sen. Marco Rubio for the Republican nomination, saying their reasons for the endorsement are "many."
Men who have traveled to Zika-affected zones should use a condom if they want to be absolutely sure they don't infect sex partners, federal healt
The Apollo 14 astronaut was 85. His passing coincides with the 45th anniversary of the mission, from Jan. 31-Feb. 9, 1971.
Maryland prosecutors during his 2000 trial said Syed strangled his ex-girlfriend after she began dating someone new, and dumped her body in a park.
Couch, now 18, killed four in a drunken-driving crash but was spared jail after his lawyers said he was so spoiled he couldn't tell right from wrong.
A 1957 Ferrari just became the most expensive car ever sold at auction. Or maybe, it's the second most expensive.
Fitzgerald and his girlfriend, Brittany Nicole Harper, had a $10,000 bounty on their heads for a Bonnie-and-Clyde-style crime spree.
Hsui-Ying "Lisa" Tseng was convicted of second-degree murder for three overdose deaths related to prescriptions she wrote.
In a tweet from the company's "@Policy" team, the social media company said it has stepped up its fight against violent extremism online.
Stumping for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Tinder is getting some women banned from the online dating app.