Woodstock veteran David Crosby has joined NORML's Advisory Board. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer announced in July that he was looking to start his own cannabis product line.
Jefferson Airplane guitarist Jorma Kaukonen was a major figure on San Francisco's psychedelic scene in the late '60s and early '70s. In his new book, "Been So Long," he discusses his years with the band and the spin-off group Hot Tuna.
Maryland's Democratic candidate for governor Ben Jealous grew up with Dave Chappelle. Now the comedian is backing his friend, who he calls a "good dude" and an "important voice."
Willie Nelson joined Rep. Beto O'Rourke for a rally in Austin on Sept. 29 to stir up support for the Congressman's campaign to win the Senate seat from incumbent Ted Cruz.
Just before he smoked a blunt with Joe Rogan on the comedian's podcast, Tesla CEO innocently asked, "It's legal, right?" Then he took a big hit for all the world to see.
In 2017, there were 22 celebrities busted for marijuana or other illegal drugs. So far in 2018, there have been 18, including seven current or former NFL players, Lenny Dykstra and San Penn's son Hopper.
Challenger Cynthia Nixon and incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo duked it out over marijuana in the New York State Democratic gubernatorial debate on Aug. 29 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY.
There are now nine states that have legalized marijuana (Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont and Washington), 13 more with decriminalization laws and 47 with medical-marijuana laws.
At the end of a conversation with Woody Harrelson, the actor turned the tables on host Ellen Degeneres and asked if she uses marijuana. "I don't smoke," Degeneres quickly replied. "I don't like it. I don't enjoy it. I don't understand how people can function on it."
In 2013, Oprah Winfrey told Andy Cohen that she last smoked marijuana in 1982, but her friend Gayle King dished to Ellen Degeneres on May 9 that "Oprah has smoked a little marijuana too," which most likely means since 1982.