Growing great pot in limited space can be tricky but HIGH TIMES editorial director and cultivation expert Nico Escondido has the solution. All-in-one, turn-key growboxes – like the one featured here from Cabinet Grow – offer solutions for w...
In this never before seen HIGH TIMES exclusive interview, Snoop Dogg talks about weed in the music industry, his rap sheet and legalization. Don't miss rare footage of Snoop kickin' back at the HIGH TIMES offices as well as accepting the award for Stoner of the Year 2002 fro...
The Pot 40 is a list dedicated to the best things in life, as voted by you, the High Times reader. This cartoon list first appeared in the June, 1986 issue, going through many different changes (Pot 80, Hemp 100, etc.).
Yes. Yes! Watch it happen with me. "Fairfax County [Virginia] is taking part in an unusual White House drug study. Wastewater from communities throughout the Potomac River Basin is being tested for the urinary byproducts of cocaine. 'Apparently, they're able to ascertain how...
PHOENIX, Ore. (AP) — A Southern Oregon police chief stands accused of altering a police report on an investigation involving his son — who worked for his father's department.
LOS ANGELES (March 24, 2006) ÂHIGH TIMES magazine, in association with the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), will present the inaugural HIGH TIMES COMEDY FESTIVAL in San Francisco on April 20-22.
WASHINGTON -- When President Bush signed the reauthorization of the USA Patriot Act this month, he included an addendum saying that he did not feel obliged to obey requirements that he inform Congress about how the FBI was using the act's expanded police powers.
WASHINGTON – For anyone who took fifth-grade social studies or sang “I’m Just a Bill,” how legislation turns to law always seemed pretty simple: The House passes a bill, the Senate passes the same bill, the president signs it.