The DEA announced they would "streamline" applications for scientific studies of cannabis – but experts say that won't change anything
A new report suggests the feds could earn $5 billion in the next decade if weed stays federally banned – so where's the incentive for legalization?
The Heroin Task Force – a bipartisan group of representatives – is trying to pass a package of laws to help communities across the country
Pennsylvania's attorney general doesn't approve of proposal, says program isn't "an effective path to treatment"
Gov. Scott signed the bill today, making it the first state to legalize through a legislative process – but a legal weed market is still in the works
The attorney general has managed to finally bring Democrats and Republicans together on one issue: weed
Crime labs are overwhelmed and under-regulated – leading to the compromise of countless drug cases nationwide
Could new regulations mean the end of the mom-and-pop grows that created cannabis culture?
By rescinding the 'Cole memo,' the Attorney General reverses federal policy that prohibited federal agencies going after state-legal pot operations
Attorney general's decision puts state legal businesses in significant jeopardy
The Cole memo barred federal prosecutors from going after state-legal cannabis companies. If it's rescinded, will that be the end of legal pot?
How the system covered up tens of thousands of falsified drug tests – and how two teams of crusading lawyers exposed the wrongdoing
There wasn't a federal crackdown on medical weed after Attorney General Sessions stepped in, but this year saw little progress on drug policy
"There are direct reasons why [cannabis] could actually help people get off of opioids," says one leading marijuana researcher
A federal lawsuit claims the ban on bringing medical marijuana across state lines violates an epileptic girl's constitutional rights