Keith Richards may be known for partying and surviving a hard life of drugs, but Morgan Neville's Netflix documentary reveals a much more complex picture of the 71-year-old Rolling Stones cofounder and guitarist, author and solo artist.
In Bill Pohlad's "Love & Mercy" - the summer’s hot biopic about the love, genius and madness of Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson - Paul Dano and John Cusack share the role of a lifetime.
The University of Arizona's decision to fire Prof. Suzanne Sisley just as she gained FDA approval for a PTSD study is the latest chapter in the twisted tale of marijuana prohibition. However, Colorado has stepped in and given her a grant.
Lorraine Toussaint leads the pack as prison badass, Yvonne “Vee” Parker, the pivotal figure in the sophomore season of "Orange Is the New Black." A third season for this Emmy-nominated series is in the works.
Gary Johnson can add the title of $50 Million Man to his resume that includes former two-term Republican governor of New Mexico and 2012 Libertarian Party presidential nominee now that he's head honcho of Cannabis Sativa, Inc.
Despite new federal rules, banks routinely turn away piles of cash if the bills smell skunky from direct exposure to the booming marijuana trade.
"Satchmo at the Waldorf" recasts CelebStoner Legend Louis Armstrong in a more complex light. It's a sizzling, no-holds-barred portrait of one of the greatest musicians in American history.
Our financial expert gazes into his crystal ball and sees few major corporate players diving into the cannabiz in the early stage of marijuana legalization.