HIGH TIMES awarded Cannabis Cups for the best pot, hash and edibles in medical and US Cup categories on September 7 in Everett, WA. Check out all the winners in this recap video.
HOUSTON (AP) — Two Baylor College of Medicine researchers in Houston are working on a cocaine vaccine they hope will become the first-ever medication to treat people hooked on the drug. "For people who have a desire to stop using, the vaccine should be very useful," sa...
If a pair of Transportation Security Administration officers strolling by a Sea-Tac Airport ticket counter wish you happy holidays and ask where you're traveling, it might be more than just Christmas spirit.
Many Bay area medical cannabis dispensary operators, including Marin's own lyrical Lynette Shaw, rallied in Downtown San Francisco on December 20th in protest of the Drug Enforcement Administration's recent execution of another attack on medical cannabis dispensaries.
Actress Mischa Barton had smoked marijuana before her DUI arrest and had prescription drugs that did not belong to her, it was reported today.
Certain marijuana components may suppress the tumors of highly invasive cancers, a new study finds.
A car, a home, a gallon of milk — most everything costs more now than a generation ago. Except a baggie of Mexican marijuana.
President Bush recently touted new survey results showing a modest drop in teen use of marijuana and other drugs, but he failed to mention the drug for which prevention efforts have had the most spectacular success -- tobacco. If he had, he might have had to make some troubl...
Dutch police said Thursday that they accidentally served cake laced with hashish Sunday to a jail cell holding a man for having a cannabis grow operation. The cake was evidence from another case, being held in a fridge alongside inmate food packets.
Canada's top court will hear the case of a man who is arguing police had no right to seize grow-op paraphernalia and thousands of dollars found in his car since he was never charged with drug crimes.
A part of American folklore that dates back to the end of the Civil War, hobos forged a distinct counterculture along the lonely railroad tracks that are the backbone of America. In pieced-together camps (“jungles”) just far enough from town to avoid law enforcem...