The rapper who once claimed he smoked 81 blunts a day continues to follow his destiny of becoming a major player in the pot industry.
Puerto Rico is edging away from its notoriously harsh marijuana laws, and activist groups are leading the way.
Legalization in parts of the US and Canada is going to increasingly present big opportunities for entrepreneurs who like getting stoned. Here's how to get your slice of the multi-billion dollar market.
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The owners of Goodweeds Lounge have been charged with multiple trafficking and possession-related offenses following a police raid that took place Thursday evening.
The New Age nuns are fighting to keep their medical marijuana business alive in the face of a pending local ban on cannabis sales.
Police have found cocaine in Kinder Eggs and weed in carrots.
Hors d'oeuvres and dabs? Yes, please.
Pot activist Dana Larsen is sending bud through the mail to legislators even though he knows this sort of move isn't legal.
According to an online review riddled with double entendres, the "fat, stinky buds" found in Ford's weed namesake are pretty good.
Australia's viral Stoner Sloth antidrug PSAs show why stigmatizing and mocking addicts never helps them.
Cody Crosby is a Canadian joint-rolling artist whose pieces can include hundreds of papers and up to 28 grams of pot.
2016 is going to be a big year of change in Australia. We've peered into the future to explain what's in store for you and everyone else.
We talked with the founder of Canopy, an accelerator that adopts fledgling weed-related companies and helps them get ready for the next level.
In this VICE documentary, Simon Coutu plants weed at Quebec's only Health Canada-approved facility, visits with cannabis patients, and learns about new medical cannabis research.
The results are in. Canadians want marijuana legalization to be boring and soonish.
Cándido Figueredo Ruíz's work paints a chilling portrait of organized crime and political corruption in Paraguay.
Judge Pierre Chevalier handed down a $1 fine to man who was prosecuted for owning 30 marijuana plants.
Capitalism is amazing.
A handful of locals already produce medicinal marijuana. We asked how they'll be affected by the legalisation of their business.
Vancouver says edibles are too appealing to kids and should be taken off dispensary shelves.
No, there is not an epidemic of children overdosing on hash oil.
"My daughter was perfectly healthy, but doctors don't want to hear my anecdotal evidence of 'well, my kid turned out OK.' But I think that when it comes to marijuana, I should have the power to make the decision to use it on my own."