Due to "violent crime and gang activity," the U.S. State Department warns people from traveling to five Mexican states (Colima, Guerrero, Michoacán, Sinaloa and Tamaulipas) and suggests people reconsider visiting 11 others.
Dr. John, Rick Ocasek, Art Neville, Doris Day, Eddie Money, James Ingram, Peter Tork, Ginger Baker, Leon Redbone, Roky Erickson, Robert Hunter, Bushwick Bill, Keith Flint, Mark Hollis and Ranking Roger were among the musicians who passed away in 2019.
So you want to look like a pot head on Halloweed? Well, you can wear a foam planter or a leafy wig. Or go all the way and don a full-length spliff or blunt outfit. There's even one for babies too.
Watch MC Flow's "Pot in the Latkes," Adam Sandler's "The Chanukah Song" and the lighting of Grav Labs' cannabis menorah.
House newcomer Katie Hill didn't last long in Washington. Elected in 2018, Hill resigned on October 27 after admitting she had an affair with a campaign staffer.
The outbreak of vape-associated pulmonary illnesses (VAPI) has claimed the lives of 60 Americans in 27 states and Washington, DC, plus two in Europe.
Alyssa Boston stunned the Miss Universe audience during the costume competition when she walked out in a green outfit with pot leaves on it.
Eleven states legalized marijuana in the 2010s. That was a big deal. Now, what do we do for an encore? Legalize more, of course.
In an interview with a San Antonio radio station, Willie Nelson hinted that he's stopped smoking marijuana. But Nelson, his son Lukas and his publicist now say it ain't so.
More than 2,000 cases and 44 deaths have been attributed to vape products nationwide - either e-cigs or cartridges filled with cannabis oil. The CDC says the main cause of the outbreak is the use of vitamin E acetate as a thickener.