Disturbing video shows how far cops will go to inflict harm on people for possessing a plant that is legal in some form in half the country.
Vastly different sentences for rapist Brock Turner and cannabis offender Jeff Mizanskey are the latest examples for the case to abolish the US prison system, entirely.
Suddenly and without reason, the Seneca police department decided the fire the officer who murdered 19-year-old Zachary Hammond more than a year ago.
An alarming new study shows cancer patients die from chemotherapy, not the disease, up to 50 percent of the time.
On the heels of scientific studies showing the benefits of the kratom plant and its ability to bring opioid addictions to a halt, the DEA banned it.
The federal government believes that cannabis "raises the risk of irrational or unpredictable behavior with which gun use should not be associated."
An unarmed young man's life was stolen from him by police who were protecting society from the dangers of two grams of a beneficial plant.
Abolishing American police might be our only hope to reform police brutality, violence, and skyrocketing incarceration rate.
In a first, Washington is rolling out its own cannabis research licensing program to bypass stifling federal regulations on "Schedule 1" drugs.
US prison populations continue to explode despite a dramatic drop in crime rates, and the failed war on drugs is directly at fault.