Blame it on Richard Nixon. The worst modern-day U.S. president prior to Donald Trump started the War on Drugs 50 years ago today.
In a special session, the Connecticut legislature has reached an agreement to legalize marijuana. Connecticut will become the the 19th U.S. state to do so.
Wille Nelson's latest book is a personal tour of his life, likes, family and friends. Nelson enjoys weed so much he addresses a letter to "Cannabis." Read the excerpt.
For the second year in a row, an American flag made from hemp fiber was hoisted above the State Capitol to celebrate Colorado's Hemp History Week. When he was Congressman, Gov. Jared Polis did the same at the U.S. Capitol.
From Tommy Chong's to Marley Natural to Willie's Reserve to Etheridge Botanicals, here's our guide to the most popular, successful and currently available celebrity canna-brands.
Ross Ulbricht wanted to change the world. The creator of the Silk Road website is the subject of the "Silk Road" biopic. For several years before it was shut down, Silk Road allowed consumers to buy drugs on the Internet anonymously. Then Ulbricht was arrested.
The New York City mayoral race early voting began June 12. The primary date is June 22. There are eight major candidates. Read where they stand on cannabis.
Bassist Nick Olivieri and drummer Brant Bjork have formed STÖNER out of he ashes of Kyuss, the stoner-rock band that included Josh Homme. Listen to "Rad Stays Rad."
According to Dr. David Shetler, to feel any effect from the amphetamine chemical produced by the fungi in cicadas, you'd have to eat 100 of them.
Five years after launching Marley Natural cannabis products, the Marley family is taking the business back to Jamaica where they plan to open several retail ganja outlets. The first will be at the Bob Marley Museum at 56 Hope Rd. in Kingston.