After 80 years of prohibition, the Federal Government has finally started taking meaningful steps towards ending the failed war on cannabis.
A barber who believes he was set up by police to justify a drug raid on his home, claims he is one of dozens of victims caught in the same setup.
A veteran protesting the VA, burned 90 percent of his body when he strapped homemade incendiary devices to himself and covered himself in flammable liquid.
As the left and right bicker over who's to blame for the immigration crisis and how to deal with the influx of immigrants, those of us paying attention have the solution.
A landmark lawsuit is the first in the country to name the actual owners of Purdue Pharma who makes the deadly drug OxyContin for their role in the opioid epidemic.
A veteran who was prescribed nearly 10,000 pills a year has now become an outspoken advocate for the one medicine that actually helped his chronic pain—cannabis.
Lawmakers across the country are looking to ban E-cigarettes by claiming that it will save children from tobacco addiction.
After the public defender discovered that the Minneapolis Police Department arrested nearly all black people for selling pot, the mayor demanding police stop arresting people for selling marijuana.
The California Senate just passed a revolutionary bill that will nullify the control the Federal Reserve has over the cannabis industry by creating a separate banking industry—solely for cannabis.
When Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) attempted to visit a Walmart that had been converted into a privately run, federally funded detention center for immigration, police were called to remove him.