While hanging out with his friends, Michigan’s Mitch McGary was asked to take a hit of marijuana. Little did he know, it would put him in the 2014 NBA draft.
The California high school basketball player was apparently suspended from her team for posting a photo of the rapper holding a joint.
U.S. prosecutors leveled charges Thursday against the billionaire founder of an opioid company that is alleged to have pushed prescriptions of powerful painkillers.
Rapper Chief Keef has pleaded not guilty to drug charges in South Dakota.
“They really put a lot of time into this place, it’s not just a bigger building. It has heart. It has become something that our community members are really proud of.”
Chicago rapper Chief Keef faces a felony charge for possessing a marijuana edible and two misdemeanor charges stemming from a South Dakota airport security find.
Former NBA bad boy Dennis Rodman is visiting North Korea again. This time his “basketball diplomacy” is sponsored by marijuana cybercurrency PotCoin.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has brought Cook into the Justice Department to help undo the criminal justice policies of Obama and former AG Eric Holder Jr.
Cannabis entrepreneur Marvin Washington is advocating for diversity in the industry while also pushing the NFL to change its marijuana policy.
After a two-month national search, The Denver Post has selected Denver native and editor/writer Alex Pasquariello as editor of The Cannabist.
The future of the California marijuana industry is being shaped in a warren of cubicles tucked inside a retired basketball arena.
Soon we may see nearly 25 percent of Americans living in a state with access to legal cannabis. But when will professional athletes get the same access?
A broadly worded law in Washington D.C. is causing many residents and tenants to go into court who shouldn’t be, and many landlords are being forced to bring eviction cases –even when they don’t have enough evidence.
This may not be the city that cannabis built, but Colorado’s most famous cash crop could soon be the driving force behind construction of a $7 million, 40,000-square-foot civic center in this tiny community wedged between Lakewood and Denver.
Whether the ganja guy in your life is an old-time stoner or someone newer to the smoking scene, it’s high time to take his toolkit to the next level. We’ve rounded up essential items to gift all of the pops out there who partake.
John Fritzel talks being a power player in a quartet of Colorado cannabis businesses
Who has the best pot brownies recipe in the world? Leafly turns March Madness into Reefer Madness with its impressive, kitchen-tested pot brownie bracket.
Marijuana can put users in a relaxed and positive frame of mind (although some can experience feelings of anxiety and paranoia), and for that reason, it can be considered a performance-enhancing drug, providing an athlete serenity and confidence he or she might not otherwise have had.
AP Exclusive: Some of the nation’s biggest universities, from Oregon to Auburn, have already eased their punishments as society’s views on marijuana use have changed.
Marijuana isn’t evil, but teens aren’t ready for it: That’s the theme of the new “What’s Next” campaign by Colorado to educate youth and discourage pot use.
The high from Amnesia Haze is focused, but occasionally your brain hits the pause button without letting you know. If I was a video, I’d be intermittently buffering. Instead of the citrus zest I’ll get from a favorite like Super Lemon Haze, it’s more of a candied peel or my memory of those gummy lemon slices we’d eat as kids.
Former Broncos tight end Nate Jackson says he believes the NFL will have no choice but to remove marijuana from its lists of banned substances in the near future.
The NCAA conducts random drug testing for championship events and bowl games. Those tests can be done before or after an event and the school is given no notice about how many players will be tested.
A vape sesh at an Amsterdam coffee shop with the widely-available Tangerine Dream provides a more reserved high than anticipated: “Usually, this is a strain that floors me with euphoria. Euflooria, if you will. Instead, I was unremarkably even.”
Nevada’s state and federal lawmakers have been working to bring medical marijuana researcher Dr. Sue Sisley to the university to conduct a pilot study on the safety and efficacy of marijuana on veterans with chronic and treatment-resistant post-traumatic stress disorder.