A bill approved yesterday will effectively block the DOJ from arresting or prosecuting anyone who sells or uses medical marijuana in states where the drug is legal.
So Sad Today is a never-ending existential crisis played out on Twitter in 140 characters or less. Its anonymous author has finally decided it's time to project her anxieties on a larger screen, starting with today's column on how to never be enough.
A rundown of the trends, deals, and major news stories that influenced the world of drugs over the past year.
As ever-present as grills may seem today, mouth bling isn't new. Actually, grills have been appearing, disappearing, and reappearing throughout human history in fits and spurts as civilizations have risen and fallen around the world.
Men keep trying to get me to dominate them—financially, physically, and emotionally. The only problem is, I don't even know if I actually enjoy it.
The Mafia has always profited from economic crisis. Recessions fill up the mob's coffers and boost its social standing. In fact crime is one of the few sectors of the economy that thrive in moments of financial decline.
With 50,000 years of residency, Australian Aboriginals know a few things about astronomy.
Rogue journalists, the Islamic State, the torture report, and all sorts of police misconduct make this week's list.
When some LGBT readers hear the name Allison Moon, they automatically think about Moon's lesbian werewolf novels. But when Moon isn't writing horror stories, she's working as a sex educator.
Brent-Con was founded by Sean Z. Maker in 2010 to serve as a sort of queer version of Comic-Con and to bridge the gap between LGBT artists, fans, and geek culture.
Also this week: A guy allegedly killed his ex-girlfriend's pet rabbit because she asked him to move out of their apartment.
"Lightskin or Darkskin," Nate Hill's latest project, explores the weird pigment-based prejudices we carry around in our heads.
It seems inevitable that the marijuana industry will be dominated by major corporations, but what will those corporations look like?
Selected jobseekers have to sit inside a center nine to five, Monday to Friday, for three months, looking for jobs that don't exist.
One day Mana Neyestani woke up and found himself a criminal and a racist—a once-respected artist turned into a prisoner, then a fugitive, then a refugee.
An intimate look at how a generation of black artists who grew up in the hip-hop era are expressing their version of the American experience.
"It's quite nice to be able to turn around to the police and say, 'I'm sorry, but you've got a murder here.'"
As the yoga market is flooded with gurus offering inner peace for $20 an hour, we remain naive to how vulnerable many people may be.
Casey Walker's hilarious debut novel is about a Congressional aide, Luke, who goes on a junket to China with his boss.
Despite being diagnosed with cancer, the Los Angeles–based graffiti writer is more active than ever and doesn't plan on going anywhere.
I asked him about his life in southern Louisiana and why he decided to paint Lana Del Rey and Bobby Womack singing together on the moon.
David Hicks, a former detainee of Guantanamo Bay, heckled Federal Attorney-General George Brandis at a Human Rights Award ceremony in Sydney.
Hells Angel Stefan Kuczborski lost his challenge against his state's tough anti-bikie laws. We look at what the ruling means.
The artist is about road kill, crystals, asking questions, and not taking the general consensus as the answer.