Spirit's drummer Ed Cassidy, passed away on Dec. 6. Based in Los Angeles, Spirit was part of the psychedelic garage music scene of the '60s. Their only hit song was "I Got a Line on You."
Kate Winslet, Morgan Freeman, Bob Geldolf and other celebs band together to support "Breaking the Taboo," the drug-war documentary produced by Richard and Sam Branson.
It was the best of the seasons, it was the most violent of seasons. As soon as Jax grabbed the SAMCRO gavel from Clay on Season 5 of "Sons of Anarchy," there was trouble in the biker paradise.
Nine players were suspended for Adderall use by the NFL in 2012. It's a "game-day performance enhancer," says the NFL spokesman Greg Aiello.
Lil Wayne pays homage to Hunter S. Thompson’s "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" in his video for "No Worries." Who knew Dr. Gonzo resonated in hip-hop?
Tommy Chong makes a blunted cameo in the video for the title track of Slightly Stoopid's latest album, "Top of the World."
While Pres. Obama was reelected on Nov. 6, voters in Colorado and Washington did what was once considered unimaginable: they passed initiatives that require the states to tax and regulate marijuana.
Mixtape favorite "Stu" features Wiz Khalifa smoking a blunt while sitting in front of a large blow-ups of a live marijuana plants and buds.
Eugene Jarecki's "The House I Live In" includes a personal narrative that threads through an unsettling examination of how the War on Drugs has served as a nonstop treadmill for so many caught up in the prison system.
Former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. received a nine-month suspension and $100,000 fine for testing positive for marijuana after his last fight in September.