Uruguay stands on the brink of becoming the very first country on the planet to officially cultivate and sell marijuana, thereby declaring peace in the War on Some Drugs.
New York Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio's selection of stop-and-frisk architect Bill Bratton to return as Police Commish has progressives and many de Blasio supporters crying foul.
Stoner-rock stompers Queens of the Stone Age have released an interactive, online multi-media video extravaganza to promote "The Vampyre of Time and Memory" from their latest album, "Like Clockwork.”
Once again, New York City was graced with a presentation by Graham Hancock, this one for free at the National Arts Club on Nov. 7.
Out in New Mexico, they have a weird way of detecting drugs. Twice recently, police have been charged with forcing motorists suspected of possessing illegal substances to take rectal exams.
Two Republican candidates in New York's race for mayor - Joseph Lhota and John Catsimatidis - duked it out over pot during the primary campaign.
Never has marijuana and policing been so front and center in a mayoral campaign, especially one in New York. We look at seven Democratic candidates who are facing off in Tuesday's primary.
Long before pot was prohibited by the federal government in 1937, states led the charge to ban "locoweed," starting with Massachusetts in 1911 and California in 1913.