A lighthearted stoner comedy, "We're the Millers" is about a smuggling run to Mexico that goes awry. Jason Sudeikis stars as the pot dealer who's carrying "enough weed to kill Willie Nelson."
Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner would deprioritize marijuana arrests if he becomes the next mayor of New York.
"Blurred Lines" singer Robin Thicke says about his marijuana use: "I do smoke. Weed is my crutch, my muse, the lesser of all evil. I've spent a good $500,000 on pot."
Joshua Hill and his wife lost their two-year daughter to foster care in November because they smoked pot in the house. On Wednesday, Alexandra Hill died of head injuries. The foster mother has been charged with murder.
One country voted to legalize the sale of marijuana, one state became the 20th to approve medical cannabis and one district opened its first dispensary.
It's not often you get to say Chinese drug movie, which is what "Drug War" decidedly is. Full of car chases and gun battles, Johnny To's powerhouse action flick gets most of its juice from meth.
SSDP has published a chart that grades colleges with the best and worst drug policies. Forty-eight schools on the list receive an A for "positive policy aspects."
On Aug. 1, Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation that made Illinois the 20th medical marijuana state.