President Joe Biden issued pardons to all who were convicted of simple marijuana possession on Thursday. The move is part of a broader policy to implement reforms regarding marijuana by the government, which includes reviewing its current substance classification.

Laura Ingraham of Fox News aired a segment on her program that links the recent rise of mass shootings to high marijuana use.

The four-part series, Tumbleweeds With Killer Mike, features the Run The Jewels star as he travels to four big-city locations to discuss the finer points of cannabis and culture.

While Richardson seemed poised to hoist gold meals high at this year's Summer Olympics, the track and field star was suspended after testing positive for marijuana, and reactions on Twitter are passionate as expected.


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As of this Wednesday, New York became the 15th state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. Now that the residents in the state can enjoy smoking for fun, what are the dos and don'ts to stay within the law?

Jay-Z, seeing the vast potential after launching Monogram, has launched a fund that will put financial muscle behind minority-owned cannabis businesses as he too has dipped his toes into that pool.

While the passing of the MORE Act is indeed historic, the bill is most likely to remain in limbo.

As decriminalization and legalization efforts continue to grow nationwide and many states voting on measures this fall, the devil's lettuce is getting a lot of attention in the news of late.

Harlem's own now has his own line of cannabis that harkens back to his love of the color pink.

The 'Straight Outta Compton' actor has fallen from grace since being ousted from the Showtime network's 'The Chi' show.

The ice cream maker and the activist group are hoping to bring awareness to the MORE Act, which would decriminalize and deschedule cannabis, expunge cannabis-related arrest records, and other actions.