In their quest to catch people driving on cannabis, police are using tests that can't even detect how much cannabis a person has consumed.
A man was charged with "drug trafficking" for shipping a product that most people think should be legal in all 50 states.
While banning plastic straws won't solve the problems created by the government, legalizing hemp could cause a massive shift in the environmental landscape.
An 80-year-old grandma was arrested for having a tiny bit cannabis in her own home to treat her arthritis, because her card was expired.
An Ohio police chief was found dead in his home after he'd overdosed on opioids he had stolen from the department's evidence locker.
While the federal government has spent years claiming hemp is a dangerous drug, farmers in 17 states are using it to create a variety of useful products.
Mexico's incoming presidential administration is discussing plans to decriminalize all drugs, in an effort to stop cartel violence.
A marijuana user was found not guilty of drug charges—not because he didn't do what he was accused of, but because the jury disagreed with the law.
The Libertarian Party passed a unanimous resolution demanding the pardon of Silk Road founder, Ross Ulbricht.
In a precedent setting ruling, a New Jersey court ruled that injured employees receiving worker's compensation have a right to medical marijuana to treat their pain instead of opioids that are "killing people."