(Reuters/Rick Wilking) Even with legalization, the devastating legacy of the drug war lingers, says Professor Michelle Alexander April M. Short March 14, 2014 12:50pm (UTC) This article originally appeared
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration handed backers of medical marijuanaa significant victory Friday, opening the way for aUniversity of Arizonaresearcher to examine whether pot can help veterans cope
How Americans think about weed is changing. A recent Pew Research Center survey found that 75 percent of Americans believe selling and using marijuana will eventually be legalized. Of the people surveyed,
WASHINGTON -- Reflecting growing national acceptance of cannabis, a bipartisan coalition of House members voted early Friday to restrict the Drug Enforcement Administration from using funds to go after
If approved by the Senate and signed by President Obama, it will stop the DEA from enforcing federal laws against medical marijuana in states where it is legal. Hell is still hot. The moon is not blue.
DENVER (AP) — A Colorado man loses custody of his children after getting a medical marijuana card. The daughter of a Michigan couple growing legal medicinal pot is taken by child-protection authorities
Since California passed the nation's first medical marijuana bill in 1996, many states have been following suit, but some -- most recently Florida and New York -- still grapple with what medical marijuana
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell continues to suggest medical marijuana could eventually be considered legal treatment for the league's players, including those dealing with concussions. Updates from Tuesday,