Race and money turned drugs from acceptable intoxicants to a scourge on our society – and that's still affecting policy today
For decades, 4/20 has been code for pot, as well as the counterculture's day of celebration – but have we outgrown this unofficial national holiday?
"The people have been pretty clear that this is something they don't want the federal government to interfere with," says Rep. Blumenauer
From modern cannabis classics by Kacey Musgraves and Eric Church to oldies but goodies by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson
Cannabis-derived compounds can help with a multitude of physical problems without getting you high. So why is the government trying to ban them?
Marijuana is recreationally legal in eight states, from Oregon to Massachusetts – but what does that mean for visitors who want to partake?
Justin Trudeau introduced a bill that would make marijuana legal – but what will that look like, and what will it mean for the U.S.?
If passed, Canada would be first developed nation to fully legalize pot since the War on Drugs began in the Seventies
'Last Week Tonight' host on the differences between state, federal regulations on weed
A bill in New Mexico could make medical marijuana available for opioid addicts – but with the science still inconclusive, will it become a law?
Attorney general says marijuana is "only slightly less awful" than heroin
Growing and harvesting on America's least chill marijuana homestead
From fighting climate change to funding Planned Parenthood, the public has never been so out of step with a president
Though programs discourage "mood-altering substances" for recovering addicts, cannabis extracts might be far safer than the opioid alternatives
Cannabis businesses across the country scramble after feds announce extracts illegal – and some worry it foreshadows actions under President Trump