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How Future Became the Hottest Rapper of 2015

Sorry, Young Thug. With two acclaimed No. 1 albums, Atlanta rapper Future wins the title of MC of the Year.<p>“This is death of auto-tune, moment of …

Kendrick Lamar Says That His 10 Year-Old Brother Has The Only Copy Of His New Album - XXL

Brotherly love? Kendrick Lamar continues to steamroll his way to the top and is hoping that his new album will place him at the pinnacle of rap. …

This new Taylor Swift/Kendrick Lamar mashup is almost shamefully catchy

Recently, with its “Swiftamine” ad parody, <i>Saturday Night Live</i> made it, if not totally acceptable, at least less unacceptable for adults to enjoy the …

Effects of cannabis use study: Scientists say brains of regular marijuana smokers are smaller – but work faster

A new study into the effects of cannabis has discovered that regular users have smaller brains than those who never smoke the substance.<p>The research …

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New York City Police Will No Longer Arrest People For Low-Level Marijuana Possession

The new policy does not apply to smoking marijuana in public, which will continue to trigger a misdemeanor arrest, warned Bratton, who suggested the best way to avoid problems was not to smoke pot.<p>"Don't carry it, don't smoke it, don't use it," he said at a news conference alongside New York City …

New York to no longer arrest for small amounts of marijuana

Possession of 25 grams or less of marijuana no longer will be grounds for arrest in New York City under a new policy aimed at ending the lifelong stigma that can follow pot users, city officials announced Monday.<p>The new law, which takes effect Nov. 19, marks a substantial shift in policing in the …

Cannabis

The Brain May Compensate For Heavy Pot Smoking -- Until It Can't Anymore

Another study adds to the growing but controversial pile of evidence that heavy marijuana use over the years can lead to changes in the brain. The research, published in <i>Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences</i>, found that an area in the front of the brain called the orbitofrontal cortex …