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7TH ANNUAL HYDRO REPORT
Steven Hager, founder of the Cannabis Cup, has returned to High Times as Editor-in-Chief. On February 6th, Hager addressed the staff, saying he planned to launch a podcast network as the primary means of promoting the magazine. Three days later, the first "potcast" on iTunes...
SAN FRANCISCO -- The nation's largest medical marijuana advocacy group, Americans for Safe Access, is challenging a court ruling that allows California companies to fire workers who use the drug with a doctor's prescription.
The US government is developing a massive computer system that can collect huge amounts of data and, by linking far-flung information from blogs and e-mail to government records and intelligence reports, search for patterns of terrorist activity.
After the 2001 terrorist attacks, retired Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Michael Warren saw that many phone and Internet companies would need help meeting an expected jump in law-enforcement requests for customer calling and email information.
A couple jointly charged with several drug offences could walk free, as the physical evidence to be used in the case has disappeared without a trace.
A campaign to legalize marijuana in Nevada begins Tuesday. The Committee to Regulate and Control Marijuana wants to make it legal for adults 21 and older to use marijuana in the privacy of their own homes.
Chicago Police issued an alert about a potent drug that is peddled on the streets as heroin, but actually is hundreds of times stronger and may have caused up to a dozen fatal overdoses in recent weeks on the South Side.
Calvina Fay of the Drug Free America Foundation pulled out as a speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), which begins in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, because a "mini-debate" she was scheduled to appear in had been stacked against her. As it now stand...