Dan Bilzerian's Weed Company Is Keeping Sexist Cannabis Ads Alive
Women in the industry aren't happy about the overly sexualized billboards from Ignite, which they say don't reflect where cannabis culture is heading.
Unionizing Weed Workers Are Reigniting the Labor Movement
In an industry with a long history of sexual harassment, workers getting paid with drugs, and other rough conditions, unions see opportunity.
It's a Really Good Time to Be a Weed Smuggler
Legalizing marijuana has hurt the black market within those states—but opened up more possibilities for cross-state smugglers.
California's Illegal Weed Industry Is Doing Better Than Ever
Those in the weed business have discovered that the black market is still more profitable in many ways than the newly legal industry.
The Best Part of Legal Weed Is Erasing Your Criminal History
As California rolls out recreational weed, more people are coming out of the woodwork to clear their names and start over.
Inside the Vegan Cafe Run by Felisha from 'Friday'—Yes, That Felisha
Angela Means Kaaya was the face of one of the most iconic movie scenes of the 90s. Now, she's bringing vegan soul food to the hood.
The LAPD Cops Who Play Themselves on TV
The gig has taken on new meaning at a time of heightened national scrutiny of law enforcement.
Why America Is Still Obsessed with OJ Simpson
His 1995 murder trial was all about race, sex, and policing—issues that haven't exactly disappeared from the national radar.
The 'Grim Sleeper' Serial Killer Trial Is a Trip Back to Crack-Era LA
Prosecutors say Lonnie Franklin, Jr. murdered ten black women and tried to kill one more. If convicted, he would be the longest-active serial killer in Los Angeles history.
How a Slice of Pizza May Have Helped Catch California's Longest-Active Serial Killer
Lonnie David Franklin, Jr. was arrested in 2010 for allegedly murdering ten black women in South LA over a period of two decades. Now he's finally going on trial.
THE WORST DRUG IN THE WORLD
Policing Synthetic Marijuana on LA's Skid Row
Spice first emerged on Skid Row about two years ago, and since then has spread like wildfire because of its affordability and accessibility.