RICO laws were written to combat organized crime kingpins – but now they're being used against state-legal marijuana businesses
'Arrested Development,' 'Orange Is the New Black' and more get strains "cultivated" and "designed to complement each title based on their tone"
Former Ravens tackle talks to Rolling Stone about the role marijuana has played in managing the pain he's still dealing with from his career in the NFL
U.S. medical marijuana companies are setting up shop in Israel, where fewer roadblocks mean better research – and faster results
From proper dosing to odor control to public-consumption boundaries, our guide to life out of the cannabis closet
From celebrating psychedelics to investigating the War on Drugs, Rolling Stone has covered the nation’s relationship with narcotics from the start
As politicians reframe marijuana as a criminal justice debate, many are jumping on board – even those who might have presidential aspirations
NFL Players Association is currently conducting its own study on use of pot as tool for players in pain
New bill would deschedule marijuana, incentivize state legalization and punish states that disproportionately lock up minorities and the poor
People of color have been largely left out of the Green Rush – but this Bay Area city has a plan to turn that around
It's been two weeks since recreational pot went on sale, and there's plenty of product in the state – so why are dispensaries worried they'll run out?
Rep. Andy Harris is known for blocking D.C. from rolling out recreational weed – so why is he sponsoring a bill to make it easier to study pot?
On the ground in Las Vegas the moment marijuana became legal for all adults
In a coma since a February beating in a New Jersey jail, the late reggae star's son is holding on – and his family is fighting for justice
From Gaga's comeback to bountiful legal weed, what to expect in live music right now