Pennsylvania's pro-legalization Lt. Gov. John Fetterman won the Democratic nomination for the state's open U.S. Senate seat by a 59% margin in the primary on May 17. He'll face either Dr. Mehmet Oz or Dave McCormick in November.
CelebStoner Woody Harrelson called the May 13 opening of his West Hollywood pot shop, The Woods, "The greatest day I've had in a long time." Bill Maher, an investor in the business, was there as well.
All is not well in 311 land. The popular group that dates back to the '90s is reeling from a fan revolt over drummer Chad Sexton's reactionary social media posts and opinions. This could lead to the departure of at least one band member.
On his 72nd birthday, we celebrate the life of Stevie Wonder, who has said: "When I was 21 I smoked marijuana and I didn't like the way it made me feel." Still, he has a strain named for him.
Seventy-five days after WNBA center Brittney Griner was arrested in Russia when officials allegedly found vape cartridges in her bag at Sheremetyevo Airport, the State Department now says she's being "wrongfully detained."
On his latest Club Random podcast, Bill Maher tells Mike Tyson, "I never thought you committed that crime. Back in the day, I'd always say: 'I don't think that was rape.'"
After Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer touted possible federal bipartisan support for marijuana legalization at the NYC Cannabis Parade & Rally on May 7, the stock market reacted negatively.
Despite a steady rain, New Yorkers marched and huddled together in Union Square Park for the NYC Cannabis Parade & Rally on Saturday, May 7. Here are seven highlights from the soggy day.