When Olympic snowboarder Ross Rebagliati tested positive for a small amount of marijuana in his blood at the 1998 Japan games, his first-place finish was temporarily called into question.
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Anti-marijuana ads tested with parents get strong reaction for IQ claims, despite researchers' doubts
Could marijuana really have contributed to the deadly confrontation between Michael Brown and Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson?
Major advocates on both sides of the marijuana legalization debate agree that teens shouldn't use marijuana, but
“Who will be their guinea pigs?”
This may shock you, but Colorado and Washington residents don’t use the most weed (if you’re measuring by the percent of state residents who regularly use marijuana.) Rhode Islanders do.
A researcher at Columbia University debunks some of George Zimmerman's attorneys' flawed logic.
President Obama has written about his drug use as a teenager, but excerpts from a new biography of the president portray him as a party hardy high school and college marijuana user. And that has reform advocates calling foul on a president who laughs off serious questions about marijuana legalization and whose Justice Department is cracking down on medical marijuana distribution.
Crews aboard Canadian Pacific Railway trains will face new drug tests and have been handed tighter restrictions around cellphone use after marijuana and personal calls were implicated in a double crash and derailment in southeastern B.C.
Australia's second most populous state trys to curb cannabis consumption by restricting the sale of smoking accessories