"It is unacceptable for a staff member to potentially threaten the well-being of a child," the school district's superintendent said.
Omar Yacob Bamadhaj said he was coerced into confessing for fear that authorities would also hang his father who was in the car with him.
Researchers speculated that "behavioral factors or adverse effects of cannabis on pulmonary and immune function, could contribute to the higher risk for breakthrough infection in this group."
"They're operating similar to 1920's Bootlegging operation," Alameda County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Ray Kelly told Newsweek.
Oregon regulators have issued a recall of a product after they found THC was present in tested bottles.
The family of Jonathan Wall, jailed as he awaits trial on federal marijuana conspiracy charges, took out a full-page ad in The Washington Post.
Despite widespread legalization, marijuana farms in the Western U.S. continue to proliferate, with illegal grows outpacing licensed growers.
Researchers say that young adults that use cannabis edibles and vapes could also be at increased risk.
"If those [doping] rules do change, I'm just blessed and proud of the fact I could do that for other athletes," Richardson said.
On top of the stipend, up to five "cannabis effects specialists" will be given all their weed and smoking equipment.
"Summer tourism and the Lollapalooza attendees were strong contributors to July's out-of-state sales," said a spokesman for cannabis company Cresco Labs.
"This is the largest illicit drug offload in Coast Guard history. It's historic," USCG Vice Admiral Steven Poulin said.
Pueblo County announced the scholarships to four colleges ahead of the upcoming fall semester.
In the debate over marijuana legalization, supporters of the pot industry often resort to poor arguments, outdated studies and hyperbole.
The 32-year-old trucker told authorities he thought he was transporting compression springs from North York, Ontario to Ohio.
The young boy was left unattended while the adults smoked marijuana and ate.
"Nothing is set in tablets of stone," said Sebastian Coe. "You adapt and occasionally reassess."
A U.S. sprinter has been suspended from this year's Olympic games because of a cannabis test—but why is cannabis disallowed?
The USADA addressed the consequences of marijuana use in a letter to Congress members who criticized sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson's ban from the Olympics.
The Marijuana Eradication Operation lasting 10 days led to 33,480 pounds of the drug being seized and the arrests of 131 people.
A major combat sports regulator will no longer discipline fighters who have THC in their systems.
Dr. Michael LaPaglia, who was already on parole, is accused of allegedly clearing patients using antibody tests not capable of checking for current infections.
"We certainly have to respect the role of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and the U.S. Olympic Committee and the decisions they make, but it is sad," Psaki said on Wednesday.
The 21-year-old sprinter cannot run in the Olympic 100-meter race after testing positive for a chemical found in marijuana.
"The imposition of a penalty against a world-class Black, queer, woman athlete is powerfully and infuriatingly reminiscent of the way drug laws are regularly applied in the United States," the MoveOn petition read.
Richardson's suspension will keep her from running in the 2021 Olympics after she tested positive for cannabis.
The sprinter has received political support following her positive test for cannabis which rules her out of the Tokyo Games.