City officials think they've figured out a way to get around Congress's ban on legalizing recreational marijuana in the nation's capital.
The two states are accusing Colorado's booming cannabis industry of spilling across their borders and getting their citizens illegally high.
Lingering cultural opposition means last week's announcement by the feds that they won't prosecute marijuana laws on reservations is not exactly a game-changer.
VICE travels to Alaska to follow Charlo Greene, the news reporter who famously quit her job on the air to run a cannabis club. Along the way, we meet a cast of Alaskan natives who all have something at stake in this election.
It seems inevitable that the marijuana industry will be dominated by major corporations, but what will those corporations look like?
Lawmakers are poised to pass a budget amendment that would block the DEA from cracking down on legal medical marijuana dispensaries and their patients.
Denver has made life miserable for anyone trying to host a show or party that is advertised as allowing pot smoke. But the demand for cannabis clubs and weed-friendly venues is putting the massive grey areas of Colorado's marijuana laws to the test.
A teen at Broadneck High School in Maryland was snacking on a pot brownie during his third period class yesterday when his teacher asked for a bite. The student, presumably high as hell on dank kush, obliged her.
Megg, Mogg, and Owl are still in Amsterdam, experiencing all the sad, weird things it has to offer. All they really care about is getting high.
Maryland Congressman Andy Harris is on a relentless crusade to stop the nation's capital from getting high.
Owl showed up to save Megg and Mogg, but it seems like they've saved themselves. Now they're back to being jerks.
It started just like any other morning for Dorian Johnson. His plans were to ask his daughter what she wanted to eat for breakfast and go get high.
I rode along with an Australian anti-drug squad as they seized $100,000 worth of weed in Melbourne.
Stoned Girls—a fetish site featuring pictures of hot, often naked, ladies getting high—is giving away free weed.
We called up the survey's founder and director Adam Winstock to discuss his key findings, insights, and some of the most interesting facts revealed in his mass of drug data from recent years.
For decades, NYPD have been busting people for small amounts of weed not because of any state law, but because they were rewarded every time they made an arrest.
As marijuana becomes legal, we're going to have to think more about how to prevent children from getting high all the time.
New York is nowhere near ready to meet public demand for medical cannabis in the state, let alone foster a healthy pot industry. So why would anyone in their right mind have a weed trade show here?
After decades of arresting people for having weed on the streets of New York, the NYPD is ready to change its tune. But don't get TOO excited—we're a long way from legal marijuana.
The mayor's office is hinting at big changes in how NYC cops will deal with ganja. Are we buying it?
Long-term, this bust makes no difference. A new .onion website will be online in a few days, selling drugs to anyone who wants them. In fact, there are dozens already.
Australian photographer Joel Bouchier spent a month in the hills with youths growing weed to escape poverty.
With the new legalization of marijuana in Oregon, Alaska, Colorado, and Washington, the show Weeds no longer seems like outlandish fiction. We tracked down a real-life Nancy Botwin—Dr. Dina, medical weed consultant to stars like Snoop Dogg and 2…
There are maybe five games that get it right. The rest look they've got their narcotics advice from an eight-year-old.