A federal court has ruled that a church for Native Americans in Hawaii should not be excused from federal marijuana laws despite the group's claim that ingesting cannabis is part of their sacred sacrament.
For a third year running, Amnesty International's annual report on the death penalty notes an alarming surge in the number of executions worldwide—now reaching the highest total since 1989.
A report about a convicted murderer being granted a license to open a marijuana shop in Washington has prompted a double-take by state officials.
While the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has spent decades spewing the swill of prohibitionists in an effort to keep the cannabis plant confined to its Schedule I classification under the Controlled Substances Act, documents obtained by the Huffington Post ...
Drug policy reform groups pillory Grassley and Feinstein for holding an anti-legalization hearing while bipartisan medical marijuana legislation languishes.