President-elect Donald Trump is considering selecting pro-cannabis entrepreneur as the head of the Food and Drug Administration.
A newly-released annual government survey cites “media attention” as a reason why it has become more difficult to enforce federal laws banning cannabis.
Australia has approved the world’s first clinical trial of medical cannabis for the prevention of the side effects of chemotherapy.
Celebrated cannabis activist Eddy Lepp was released from federal prison on Wednesday, after serving 8.5 years of a 10-year sentence for growing cannabis.
Colorado state has proposed a crackdown on state laws that allow for the home growth of cannabis, as the state combats “black market” activity.
A Texas state senator has filed a bill in the state legislature that would allow more medical conditions to qualify for medical cannabis use.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s encouragement of crackdown on cannabis proprietors has left many of his supporters angry.
New York health officials will soon expand access to medical cannabis, though legalized recreational use remains unchanged.
While the addition of PTSD may mostly be treated as good news, Minnesota’s veterans are having a complicated time getting the access they need.
A Republican senator is challenging a federal policy that requires those looking to purchase firearms to declare whether they are users of cannabis.
As President Obama’s second term draws to a close, the 44th president’s cannabis legacy paints a complicated picture. An uncertain future awaits America.
The task force charged with leading the country’s efforts in legalizing recreational cannabis submitted the framework of the legal market might look.
A former Attorney General thinks President-elect Donald Trump’s prospective cabinet appointments indicate that he may lead a crackdown on cannabis.
Congress is addressing the nation’s widening heroin epidemic, but is it just an unacceptable giveaway to the pharmaceutical industry?
The former CEO of the company that manufactures the powerful painkiller Oxycontin has moved on to seek out other methods of pain relief for patients.
The inhaler is unique because it enables medical professionals to prescribe and deliver precise control over patients’ cannabis dosage.
Election Day saw eight more states further relax their cannabis laws. But some are talking about going one step further and decriminalizing weed.
The sale of legal recreational cannabis has provided an economic boost to multiple struggling or uninhabited rural communities throughout the United States.