Not everyone is enthusiastic about De Blasio's recent move to have the NYPD stop arresting people for smoking marijuana.
U.S. Border Patrol agents in Laredo are getting help from Mexico in the effort to keep illicit drugs out of the country.
Although still in its beginning stage, Germany's medical marijuana program has hit a few snags.
According to reports, the NYPD will no longer arrest you for small-scale marijuana possession. And there are more major changes to come.
Despite efforts to clamp down on the drug, synthetic weed use continues to plague major cities where cannabis is prohibited.
The first-ever vape pen fatality came from a 38-year-old using an unregulated brand of e-cigarette.
An 11-year-old's case leads to big changes as Illinois lawmakers vote to give kids access to medical marijuana in school.
When we look at the available data, it becomes increasingly clear that marijuana policy needs a serious reform.