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ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) _ Al Aronowitz, a pioneer of rock journalism who
The Internet is full of stories about unusual careers. You can read about those with so-called weird jobs such as a certified fire walking instructor, a magician's assistant and the person who takes care of the elephants' toenails for the circus.
B.C. Marijuana Party president Marc Emery, who faces extradition to the U.S. on drug and money-laundering charges, has been granted bail.
Krissy Oechslin is assistant director of communications for the Marijuana Policy Project.
BENZIE COUNTY -- He's like Johnny Appleseed, only these are marijuana seeds he's spreading, and the cops are after him.
LONDON - Today, he's respectable Sir Mick. But 35 years ago Mick Jagger was a rock rebel who could rattle the authorities. Newly released police files show that in 1969, police considered Jagger an "intelligent young man" who lived on the fringe and consorted with "the dregs...
State legislatures' efforts to enact medical marijuana programs have slowed considerably since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled this year that the federal government may prosecute individuals who receive prescriptions for the drug, according to the director of the White House Of...
As drug smugglers carried hundreds of pounds of marijuana through a tunnel from Canada to the U.S. last month, federal officials heard every word and watched nearly every movement with state-of-the-art surveillance.