Bill Maher devoted a large portion of his latest episode of "Real Time" to the changes in marijuana laws that are sweeping the nation. He was joined by fellow Top CelebStoner Willie Nelson.
Tibet's spiritual leader the Dalai Lama isn't down with drugs and alcohol, but does think marijuana can be used "for particular illnesses... that’s up to the doctor or up to scientists."
The latest documentary to focus on Colorado's marijuana boom, "Pot Barons of Colorado," completed its runs of six episodes Dec. 28 on MSNBC. The show will return for a second season in 2015.
Seth Rogen invited fans to smoke pot with him at a screening of his next movie, "The Interview," in Denver on Dec. 8. After much confusion, the screening took place last night at the Oriental Theater.
Mark Wahlberg and his talking stuffed bear are back for "Ted 2," which hits theaters June 26. Director Seth MacFarlane is up to his usual high-jinks, naming the movie's website, LegalizeTed.com, and featuring lots of bong hits.
The centerpiece of Elle's "Pot Issue" is "From Annie Hall to Miley: A Visual History of the Stoner Babe." A total of 31 tokin' women made the list. Here are six who didn't.
Two top prospects faced repercussions going into the 2015 NFL Draft due to marijuana. Despite being busted for pot on Apr. 26, Mizzou defensive end Shane Ray was taken in the first round. Nebraska linebacker Randy Gregory, who failed a drug test in February, fell to the second round.
It wasn't a pretty sight: Rapper Afroman punching a drunk woman who'd wandered on stage during his live show in Biloxi, MS on Feb. 17. Nearly seven months later, he pleaded guilty to assault and was fined $330.
In a wide-ranging interview with The New Yorker, former Choom Gang leader Pres. Obama goes into some depth about marijuana and other drugs. Check out his comments: The good, the bad and the ugly.
Former Pres. Bill Clinton revisits his infamous "I didn't inhale" comment in a revealing interview with Fusion's Jose Ramos.