Ohio voters rejected ending pot prohibition on Election Day. The controversial legalization amendment, which split the cannabis reform movement, lost by by a 2-1 margin.
At last night's Student Town Hall at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders made his strongest statement yet in behalf of marijuana legalization.
While dealing with cancer and surgery, Tommy Chong has been working on a talk show, "Almost Legal with Tommy Chong." The show made its debut at filmon.com on Oct. 23.
Don't pay attention to the negative reviews "Rock the Kasbah" is receiving. It's an interesting lark of movie, directed by Barry Levinson and starring Bill Murray in the leading role.
Huffington Post's parody video showing Bernie Sanders playing bongos to Ben Harper's 1995 song "Burn One Down" is a hoot." Watch both versions.
When Jimmy Kimmel asked Bernie Sanders for his stance on marijuana, the Senator didn't flinch: "I am not unfavorably disposed to moving towards the legalization of marijuana."
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.
Zonker has kept his promise and is growing marijuana in Colorado. In Garry Trudeau's latest Sunday "Doonesbury" comic strip, Zonker tells his nephew Zipper about when he attended Trump U. as they trim and jar their pot crop.
Five Democratic presidential hopefuls faced off in Las Vegas last night. The debate's "high"-light came when Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton were asked for their stances on marijuana legalization.
Oft-arrested actor Shia LaBeouf was charged with public intoxication in Austin on Oct. 9. When police stopped the "Tranformers" star for jaywalking on Sixth St., they determined that he was drunk (and/or stoned) and took him to the Travis Country jail