Charlo Greene grabbed international headlines last month when she left her job as a reporter for Anchorage’s KTVA with the now famous phrase, “Fuck it – I quit.” Greene decided it was time for her role as a journalist to take a backseat to her role...
U.S. drug czar John Walters said that illicit imports of potent Canadian pot are contributing to increases in marijuana addiction among American youth, the National Post reported March 11.
Newly published scientific research suggests there may be a role for cannabinoids in pediatric medicine.
Before performing for hundreds of fans Sunday evening, hip-hop superstar Xzibit was cited by Customs officers upon his arrival at the Guam International Airport Authority. Acting Customs director Rick Blas says K-9 dogs alerted to the rapper's baggage, and that during a seco...
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Ten years after it was created, a little-known law requiring marijuana dealers to pay taxes on pot sales has had little impact, officials say.
The stars of Reefer Madness smoke pot in May issue of HIGH TIMES.
WASHINGTON—A surge of high-potency marijuana illegally smuggled into the United States from Canada is fuelling a rise in drug dependency among young Americans, the Bush administration's drug czar says.
The head of the RCMP marijuana enforcement team in British Columbia wants to crack down on hydroponics stores that sell equipment to marijuana grow-ops, but one store owner says innocent gardeners will be targeted.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - If Nevada voters want to legalize marijuana, they're going to have to do it themselves.
NEW YORK (CBS) A marijuana-flavored candy is sold in big-city drug stores and on the web but some say it is really aimed at children. Now lawmakers may "just say no" to the controversial candy.
Alan Cumming and Neve Campbell, who co-star in the new movie musical "Reefer Madness," are sporting some illegal smiles in the May issue of High Times.