Never one to mince words about marijuana, Willie Nelson reminded the SXSW audience on November 18 that he still smokes a lot of pot, adding it "keeps from killing people or keeps me from getting killed."
Courtney Love has not been well. But thanks to CBD, the singer/actress say she's getting better.
Drug Policy Facts editor Doug McVay says there are nearly 32,000 cannabis prisoners in the U.S., which is significantly fewer than the 40,000 figure Last Prisoner Project and others tout. Who's right?
Glaucoma sufferer Elvy Musikka, who received 300 joints per month since 1988 as part of the government's Compassionate IND program, has departed it, leaving Irvin Rosenfeld as the last remaining federal medical-marijuana patient.
It's been a terrific awards season for Aaron Sorkin's "The Trial of the Chicago 7," which has earned two Golden Globe and one Critics Choice prizes so far. Now, it's up for six Oscars.
Toots & the Maytals, John Prine, Dua Lipa, Billy Strings, Brittany Howard, Fiona Apple, Tiffany Haddish and Snarky Puppy were among the 2021 Grammy Awards winners. Our 24 fave nominees took home 10 awards.
With Seth Rogen in the news thanks to his cannabis brand Houseplant's entry into the California market, we rate the Canadian-born actor's best and worst stoner movies.
In Reefer Madness news, Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts told the media this week: "If you legalize marijuana, you're gonna kill your kids. That's what the data shows from around the country." Read his entire wacky statement.