Leave it Seth Rogen to crack a few pot jokes while he testified at a Senate Subcommittee hearing about Alzheimer's on Wednesday.
The first county in Colorado to report marijuana sales and taxes paid in January is urging the stores to "sell more weed" to pay for a new judicial building.
"I hate reggae," states New Zealand pop star Lorde. "Reggae makes me feel like I'm late for something." It's one of the least cool things a musician could say.
Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee has a unique suggestion for how marijuana could help his state's infrastructure. "Pot for potholes," he says with tongue in cheek.
Quick to respond to Colorado becoming the first state to implement legal marijuana sales, CNBC dispatched veteran newsman Harry Smith to the Centennial State for an hour-long look at the new booming pot economy.
Stoner-movie pioneer Harold Ramis co-wrote "Animal House," directed "Caddyshack" and "Club Paradise," and co-starred with Bill Murray in "Stripes" and the two "Ghostbusters" films..
Former beer magnate and current Gov. John Hickenlooper thinks marijuana is "not a healthy thing" and says, "I hate Colorado having to be the experiment."
On Feb. 1, 1994, Warner Bros. Records released Green Day's "Dookie," their first major-label album. It climbed to No. 2 on the charts and had five hit singles.