High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Texas Police Can Obtain Search Warrants Based on Future Crime

A recent decision by a Texas appeals court, which ruled law enforcement now has the right to obtain search warrants based on the predictions of forthcoming criminal activity, has instituted a nauseating condition of terror across most of the Lone State, as many residents ...

Busted in 2013: Leave Your Weed at Home

Concluding my look back at the stupid ways people got themselves busted (See also: cell phones, STFU, animals, anger and friendly cops) I must make mention of the people who love their weed so much they have to take it everywhere they go. I understand wanting to carry som...

Civilian Employee Busted Sneaking Weed Into the Pentagon

Stoners may have access to nukes and other weapons of mass destruction, as a recent shakedown of employees at the Department of Defense has led to the discovery of nearly an ounce of weed being smuggled in right through the front doors of Uncle Sam’s war nerve.

Phoenix: Unlucky Bastard Busted With 420 Pounds of Weed

A Phoenix man is singing the smugglers blues this week after being busted by the pigs of the Arizona patrol with 420 pounds of marijuana.

Busted! Tips for 8 Scenarios

If you get busted smokin’ a jay or bangin' a bong, keep your wits about you! Read our special guide for getting through your ordeal.

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