In an unprecedented move, over 23,000 drug convictions have been thrown out in Massachusetts after a state chemist blatantly falsified test results.
For having a tiny bit of a plant in his pocket, a Baton Rouge man was severely beaten by cops, kidnapped and thrown in a cage.
The US might claim to be concerned North Korea possesses nuclear weapons, but news of their increased opium production leaves doubts.
President Trump's choice for U.S. drug czar is opposed to cannabis and CBD, and is known for his unscrupulous ties to the pharmaceutical industry.
The most dangerous thing about having cannabis is the chance of police killing you over it or locking you in a cage.
Recreational cannabis legalization in Canada is expected to become reality in 2018, but not without distinct limitations and the continuing possibility of fines, jail time, or both.
Grand Rapids police are being sharply criticized for holding a group of children at gunpoint in a case of mistaken identity gone horribly awry.
Top officials at the Bureau of Prisons received $2 million in bonuses, even as they ignored rampant sexual harassment and medical staff shortages.
In a recent House Committee Hearing, the DEA director tacitly admitted to being involved in major drug trafficking on a national scale.
The Lakeland County sheriff's department has put out an ominous video showing deputies in ski masks poised to intimidate, but Facebook isn't buying it.