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Colombia: Peace Talks Resume—As War Escalates

Since Colombia's FARC guerillas called off their unilateral ceasefire following a military air-strike last month, peace talks with the government have resumed in Havana. As the new phase of talks opened May 25, FARC leaders appealed ...

'Breaking Bad' Copycat Gets Slap on Wrist for Home Pot Farm

High school chemistry teacher Susan McKay turned her plush seven-bedroom home into a mini cannabis farm, she testified, because she was overwhelmed by personal tragedy after one son committed suicide and another was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis.  

New Report: DEA Breaks Law Once Again to Spy on Americans

While President Obama signed legislation this week aimed at halting the National Security Agency's digital snooping, a new report surfaced regarding underhanded surveillance tactics used by the the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).  

That's Not Mistletoe... North Pole Won't Block Pot Sales

The city council in North Pole, Alaska, rejected a measure Monday that would have banned marijuana dispensaries. Marijuana became legal in Alaska in February, and sales begin next year.  

Lawmakers Submit Proposals to Put a Leash on the DEA

Federal lawmakers on the move to change the way the Department of Justice handles states that have legalized cannabis for both medicinal and recreational purposes are gearing up for what media sources are calling a “marijuana vote-a-rama” later this week.

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