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.
NEW YORK—Casual readers of the marijuana-enthusiast magazine High Times are no more likely than non-readers to develop a habit for harder forms of reading, according to a study released Monday by the National Institutes of Health.
EWARTON, JAMAICA – Robert Clarke, the gray-haired managing director of Worthy Park Estate, one of Jamaica's most productive sugar plantations and factories, looks out from the mill over his 9,000 acres of sugar cane in the valley and frowns.
By Mitch Myers
MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL (3/22/2006) -- Using new DNA “fingerprinting” techniques, two University of Minnesota researchers have become the first to unequivocally separate hemp plants from marijuana plants with genetic markers. Hemp, a crop grown for durable fiber a...
Photos by Michael Weintrob/Groovetography
While packing some bowls and driving around to pass the time in our boring little New Jersey town one evening, we decided to tear up some back country roads. Unfortunately, our excessive speed limit caught the attention of a local cop who sat waiting on a road we thought was...
By Steve Bloom
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Student athletes, musicians and others who participate in after school activities could increasingly be subject to random drug testing under a program promoted by the Bush administration.
HAMILTON, N.J. (AP) - In this send-up of Monopoly, players don't pass "Go" and they don't go directly to jail - they go to Guantanamo Bay.
Zogby Poll: Nearly Half Of Americans Believe Pot Should Be Regulated Like Alcohol -- Majorities In The East And West Coasts Back Legalization
Washington, DC: Nearly one out of two Americans support amending federal law "to let states legally regulate and tax marijuana the way they do liquor and gambling," according to a national poll of 1,004 likely voters by Zogby International and commissioned by the NORML Found...