Embattled DEA Administrator Michele Leonhart's dismal performance in Congress could see her departure.
For Stacie Mathes, that vote means her 1-year-old daughter, Josie, may finally find relief from the seizures that plague her.
Legislation aimed at medical use of drug for children suffering from seizures awaits governor’s signature after approval by both houses of state legislature
The curious legal structure of state and federal laws in America has left many around the world with questions about why marijuana is treated with such a wide disparity in different regions.
From the Heart of Dixie to the Lone Star State, from sea to shining sea, the tide is turning towards marijuana legalization and we’re on the front lines.
Change would not apply to those on probation whose crime was related to marijuana
After the state legislature unanimously passed a groundbreaking civil asset forfeiture reform bill, the Republican governor signed it into law today.
Authorities in Los Angeles have shuttered 500 medical marijuana dispensaries since residents voted two years ago to cap the number of pot shops in the city at about 130, officials said on Thursday.
Late in his term (and on the eve of a visit to Jamaica), the former Choom Ganger finally seems to be softening toward his old friend.
The DEA was collecting mass numbers of Americans' foreign calls prior to Sept. 11.