Searching for answers at the national NRA convention and beyond
Outspoken champion of the Second Amendment preaches to the choir during a special concert at the NRA's Dallas gathering
Are there dispensaries on every block – or could smoking a joint land you in jail?
The problem isn't that he allegedly had an affair with a porn star – it's that the $130,000 payoff could have violated campaign finance law
How 'eroticized rage' leads men to pleasure themselves in front of someone else without their consent
Marijuana is becoming less stigmatized, but there are still plenty of people serving decades – even life – on weed-related charges
Some progressives see the recent GOP debacle as an opportunity to push bolder policy ahead of the 2018 midterms
Prisoners Earlonne Woods and Antwan Williams teamed up with artist Nigel Poor to make a series about life behind bars
New four-part docuseries dives into links between CIA, DEA and military, providing "secret history of the past 50 years."
With anti-marijuana Governor Chris Christie's departure quickly approaching, advocates in the state are getting ready for full legalization
Co-sponsors Rand Paul and Patrick Leahy call out the Attorney General's backwards approach to criminal justice, the drug war and mandatory minimums
Amy Vilela believes her daughter was denied proper care due to her insurance status, and now wants a system not driven by profits
Steve Cook's appointment represents a rolling back of the bipartisan momentum on criminal justice reform