"The White House unfortunately is going in the wrong direction," Bill Maher opined on the latest "Real Time" about staffers being fired for marijuana use. "What the fuck, Joe?" He followed with a searing condemnation of the drug war.
We've watched "Bong Appétit" on Vice, and "Cooked with Cannabis" and "Cooking on High" on Netflix. Now, The Food Network is weighing in with "Chopped 420," which will start streaming episodes on discovery+ on April 20.
California rapper Berner now has 25 Cookies dispensaries and a new line of rolling paper products in partnership with Greenlane.
Jen Psaki Tries to Explain Why Five White House Staffers Were Fired for Admitting Past Marijuana Use
White House staffers who admit to using cannabis are being fired, suspended or relocated. Five have been let go so far. Press secretary Jen Psaki attempts to justify this outdated policy.
Demi Lovato's 2018 drug overdose is in the news again, thanks to the YouTube documentary series, "Dancing with the Devil," in which she tells all about the night in question and her difficult road back.
Jefferson Airplane's "Somebody to Love," the first hit song to emerge from the San Francisco music scene in the '60s, has been covered several times, most recently by Lauren Murphy and the Psychedelics.
CBD sellers have been hoping for clarity from the FDA over product legality. Instead, several companies recently received warning letters concerning the "illegal marketing of unapproved drugs labeled as containing CBD."
Matthew McConaughey looks back at his first 50 years in "Greenlights" - his 1999 marijuana bust, the most famous line in "Dazed and Confused" and leaving rom-coms behind so he could win an Oscar.