Even with all the setbacks, spirits were high around Amsterdam and the celebration continued into the evening when hash-industry legend Mila celebrated her birthday with HIGH TIMES at the Melkweg. The evening featured DJs, hip-hop artists, a reggae band, capoeira and danc...
By Jason Storbakken
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands — Paul Wilhelm speaks about marijuana the way a vintner might discuss wine. He talks of aroma, taste and texture, of flowering periods, the pros and cons of hydroponic cultivation.
The home secretary, Charles Clarke, today ruled out another reclassification of cannabis despite recent warnings that the drug can cause serious mental illness.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former Vice President Al Gore called on Monday for an independent counsel to investigate whether President George W. Bush broke the law in authorizing domestic eavesdropping without court approval.
By SHANNON KARI
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - When Debra Nievera went before lawmakers to ask them to legalize medical marijuana, she envisioned a program that would let her safely acquire the drug to alleviate the painful symptoms of the intestinal disorder Crohn's disease and other ailments.
DENVER -- Stoked by their surprise victory in Denver, marijuana-legalization advocates are hoping to ride the momentum with statewide ballot initiatives this year in Colorado and Nevada. Colorado activists announced a drive two weeks ago aimed at bringing a clone of Denver'...
A pro-pot group alleges that an Aurora police officer pulled over one of its members this week because he had a marijuana legalization sticker on the back of his vehicle.
FORT BRAGG, Calif. -- In 2004, federal agents raided a medicinal marijuana shop in Roseville. On Friday, the owner of that business was involved in another raid.