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Seventy-six smartly-dressed women from Women Grow, a national network of female marijuana entrepreneurs, lobbied nearly 100 congressional representatives on Capitol Hill this week. Their issues included tax reform and access to banking, two crucial elements to the le...
In a recent interview, a prominent political consultant suggests that if a Republican expects to get his hands on the keys to the White House in 2016, it will be crucial to get the nation’s youth on his side, and the best strategy for achieving this goal may be to t...
In another grim signal of a widening war in northern Burma's opium zones, last week saw an outbreak of intense fighting between government forces and ethnic rebels, prompting some 50,000 Kokang civilians to flee across the border to China.
Love it or hate it, 50 Shades of Grey has taken the world by storm. The movie based on E.L. James’ book opened to rotten reviews, and still raked in more money on President’s Day weekend than any other movie in history.
The District of Columbia’s recently passed voter Initiative 71, which legalized the cultivation, possession and use of marijuana in the nation’s capital, has nearly survived its 30-day congressional review and the new law is set to take effect within next week...
Want to know which marijuana strains, products and concentrates made it into our Top 10s at the 2015 HIGH TIMES SoCal Medical Cannabis Cup? See the lists now!
Have questions about growing cannabis? Our own cultivation expert, Danny Danko, is here to help with all of your marijuana grow concerns. Today's question is about growing purple pot plants.
We're still California dreamin'... and can you blame us? Check out this video of the recent 2015 HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup SoCal Award Show and winners!
Research published today in Nature proposes a cellular mechanism by which the munchies work. The author found a strange and seemingly contradictory result: THC stimulates appetite by regulating a group of neurons that normally suppresses appetite.