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By Steve Bloom
Police in Missouri say they've seized enough marijuana to roll about 26 million joints so far this year, a signal that the drug is thriving in the Midwest.
WASHINGTON - While the U.S. crime rate has fallen over the past decade, the number of people in prison and jail is outpacing the number of inmates released, the government reports.
The shipment of marijuana from Mexico into Texas is changing, authorities say, citing the shift away from a seasonal marijuana market and an increase in the quality of the drug.
SCHAPELLE Corby remained sedated in her prison cell yesterday as her lawyer questioned whether she'll be mentally strong enough to give evidence in a final bid to win her freedom.
The relentless influx of emails, cellphone calls and instant messages received by modern workers can reduce their IQ by more than smoking marijuana, suggests UK research.
Prosecutors dismiss Schapelle Corby's claims of innocence, saying she is guilty of bringing marijuana into Bali.
Should you feel the urge to wander outside pinching a hand-rolled cigarette for a late-afternoon smoke break this Green Day -- that's at 4:20 p.m. on 4/20 for those in the know -- you'll be a part of a tongue-in-cheek observance meant to spotlight that official policy and pu...
A federal judge has tentatively ordered dismissal of a $12 million lawsuit against the U.S. government, filed by a former deputy marshal who said he was unknowingly drugged with LSD as part of a CIA mind-control program before trying to hold up a San Francisco bar nearly a h...