A new review of studies concludes that marijuana use can lead to heart attacks, while another study says it can help you survive one. Dr. Mary Clifton weighs in.
Despite her recent endorsement by the New York Times for the Democratic presidential nomination, Senator Amy Klobuchar remains far behind in the polls. This article assesses her stances on criminal justice and drug policy reforms as a prosecutor and Congresswoman.
Democrat presidential candidate and former vice president Joe Biden refuses to support legalizing marijuana, instead insisting: "We should just study it and decriminalize it."
Fresh off his recent Golden Globes award for Best Actor in a TV Series - Drama in "Succession," Brian Cox reveals that he's been smoking pot regularly since he was 50. "I recommend it to everyone," Cox says.
From David Bowie to the Beatles, here are 10 notorious celebrity pot arrests.
The race is on to become the next U.S. state to legalize marijuana for adult and/or medical use in 2020. So far, measures in Mississippi, New Jersey and South Dakota have been approved for the November 3 ballot.
Elvis Presley infamously barged into the White House to visit President Nixon in 1970. While it's generally assumed that Presley was anti-marijuana, one former girlfriend says the King used it to treat his glaucoma.
Linda Ronstadt, who's the subject of a current documentary, thinks marijuana and other drugs should be legalized.
Celebrities arrested for marijuana or other drugs in 2019 include two NFL players, four NCAA football players (Jordan Love, pictured), an NBA player, an NCAA basketball player, a former MLB player, six musicians, three actors, the founder of Cirque de Soleil, a former Playboy playmate and a Greek tycoon.
Ed Mullins, who heads the Sergeants Benevolent Association in New York, says Tessa Majors went to Morningside Park to cop weed before she was stabbed to death there on December 11.