Though programs discourage "mood-altering substances" for recovering addicts, cannabis extracts might be far safer than the opioid alternatives
Officials from the country concede an extensive doping operation has been used to benefit its Olympic athletes
Fewer teenagers are using drugs and alcohol than ever before, but extreme screen time usage may be their preferred vice
"With Trump in the White House and Sessions in the Justice Department ... it's hard to be optimistic," says Drug Policy Alliance head
Tignor faced a minimum 15-year sentence as an "armed career criminal"; he now seeks a commutation from Obama
"No person should serve a life sentence for a nonviolent drug offense," Copeland says
Lawyer says that under today's laws his sentence likely would have been 11 years shorter
"I try to stay positive and have faith that I will be chosen, but I know my chances are slim," she says
"The people most likely to be victims of marijuana prohibition are the least likely to profit in its aftermath," writes Killer Mike
Inmate received 170 months in prison after two previous minor offenses classified him as a "career offender"
In his new book 'Bear,' Robert Greenfield goes deep into life of counterculture figure credited with inventing band's 'Wall of Sound'
Stuck in a legal gray area, some cannabis companies are facing raids – and seizure of all their assets
The party drug is entering the final stages of trials and could be approved for prescription use
The country as a whole might be in trouble – but it looks like marijuana measures are probably safe
Using the medical marijuana movement as a playbook, "psychedelic societies" are pushing to destigmatize – and even legalize – magic mushrooms