HIGH TIMES hit the streets to learn more about pot and politics and find out how everyday New Yorkers would go about legalizing marijuana if they were president. Join HIGH TIMES correspondent Allie Peck for another installment of High on the Street!
By Kilgore Trout
Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist battled an 11-year addiction to Placidyl, according to FBI declassified documents released this week.
A LUCKY break for police in Victoria led to one of Australia's biggest drug seizures in Sydney, police said today.
Police Apologize to Man Suspected of Carrying 5 Pounds of Marijuana in His Car After Determining It to Be 100% Catnip
LOS ANGELES, CA--(MARKET WIRE)--Jan 3, 2007 -- Two Los Angeles police officers, coming out of a convenience store, observed a suspicious looking bag in the back seat of a car. When the owner of the car returned, the man was asked to open the car and "step aside." The two off...
Showtime's hit series was a big factor in marijuana's pop culture resurgence in 2006 as well as a big winner at the Stony Awards, racking up 3 bongs.
The recent publicity around Sen. Barack Obama has pushed his name up the list of presidential front-runners, but his memoir of 11 years ago, in which Obama admits to using marijuana and cocaine, is stirring questions about the Illinois Democrat's fitness to lead the nation.
Community Rallies for 60-Year Old Medical Cannabis Patient Forced to Surrender to Federal Authorities
San Francisco, CA (January 3, 2007) – “ The last thing this country needs is another medical marijuana prisoner. The federal government needs to fix the bankrupt and hypocritical policies that have led to this miscarriage of justice,” states Dale Gieringe...
Steve-O (Steven Glover) is quitting all drugs, except for pot. "I'm going to make more money, have more sex, become more famous and quit smoking," the CelebStoner stuntman told The Sun in England where he was born in 1974. "I'm quitting all drugs too. I quit cocaine and I'm ...
Marijuana Production in the United States (2006): The Nation’s Largest Cash Crop
PUERTO TRIUNFO, Colombia -- Hacienda Napoles was Pablo Escobar's pleasure palace, a 5,500-acre estate where the notorious drug lord held court over million-dollar cocaine deals, parties with underage girls and visits by shadowy men of power.