On the latest episode of "Real Time," Bill Maher takes aim at Attorney General Jeff Sessions and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
The news the entire cannabis industry has been waiting for from the White House broke Feb. 23 when Press Secretary Sean Spicer acknowledged that the Department of Justice will likely begin enforcing federal marijuana laws in legal adult-use states, such as Colorado.
So far in 2017, several well-known musicians have passed away, including jazz greats Al Jarreau and Larry Coryell, and drummers Butch Trucks (Allman Brothers), Clyde Stubblefield (James Brown), Mike Kellie (Spooky Tooth) and Jaki Liebezeit (Can).
The International Cannabis Business Conference returned to San Francisco for the third year in a row with another star-studded lineup on Feb. 17. Rocker turned radio and TV host Henry Rollins, former NBA star John Salley and California's "Cannabis Czar" Lori Ajax, were among the speakers.
Willie Nelson won his second Grammy ever for "Summertime: Willie Nelson sings Gershwin" and Ziggy Marley picked up his eighth in the Best Reggae Album category at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards given out Feb. 12.
New York governor and potential 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Cuomo thinks marijuana should remain illegal in New York State because it "leads to other drugs and there's a lot of truth to proof that that's true."
Ultra-conservative Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions was confirmed as the country's next Attorney General by the Senate in a 52-47 vote on Feb. 8. Sessions is noted for saying, "Good people don't smoke marijuana."
Bob Marley was born 72 years ago on Feb. 6, 1945. We remember the Tuff Gong's great spirit, incredible reggae music and devotion to ganja with this medley of "War" and "No More Trouble."