In his new book "Runner's High," Josiah Hesse delves into the subculture of amateur and elite athletes who use cannabis for exercise.
The latest move comes as scientists around the world investigate the potential therapeutic applications of such substances.
Detroit could join a handful of other jurisdictions around the United States that have taken steps to loosen regulatory restrictions on psychoactive mushrooms.
We need to stop treating psychedelics as illicit recreational drugs and go back to looking at them in the same way we did before the war on drugs started.
A U.S. sprinter has been suspended from this year's Olympic games because of a cannabis test—but why is cannabis disallowed?
Representative Bob Latta and Annie Kuster explain the causes and possible solutions ongoing opioid crisis in the U.S. that has grown worse during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Historically, drug laws have had a particularly harmful impact on the Black community, but now more Black-owned cannabis companies are opening as marijuana legalization spreads through the country.
Over the last several years, the marijuana industry has mounted a multi-million-dollar campaign to persuade the public that marijuana is safe, all the while saturating the market with new, extremely high potency products.
Legislators ought to vote 'no' on the MORE Act now before Congress.
Detectives seized a stash which included 18 handguns, more than 800 marijuana plants and 14 ounces of what they suspect is cocaine.
Police seize marijuana haul worth up to $5 million dollars, say massacre features hallmark of a planned attack.
The War on Drugs has been an abject failure.
Marijuana worth $632,000 was found inside the commercial shipment intercepted at the Pharr International Bridge cargo facility in Texas.
Senator Bernie Sanders vowed to use his executive power as president to legalize marijuana nationally and expunge the criminal records of those convicted for possessing the drug during a rally near Dallas, Texas Friday.
President Donald Trump sung the praises of China using the death penalty for drug offenses on Monday, while adding that he doesn't know if the U.S. is "ready" for such measures.
The St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office said it was the first time the drug had been seen in the region, describing it as "a bit of a rare find for us" and sharing photos of it to social media.
The Malacanang Palace spokesperson clarified Rodrigo Dutere's latest controversial remarks, this time targeting wealthy Filipinos.
Duterte ordered senators Richard Durbin and Patrick Leahy banned from visiting the Philippines and warned he may introduce new visa restrictions on American tourists.
A controlled border could stop most of the drugs coming north and most of the guns flowing south.
Cartels have "presses" that give the pills the name and likeness of their prescription counterparts after they are laced with fentanyl in "dirty barrels," according to WFXT Boston.
As of 2017, more than 80 percent of U.S. marijuana business owners and founders were white. Local governments are doing their part to try and change that.
The Mexico United Against Crime campaign group has praised the decision which allows two people to take the drug under certain conditions.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte called on Congress to reinstate the death penalty for "heinous" drug crimes and corruption in his country.
Political opponents of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte are fighting charges that they conspired to produce YouTube videos that say his family received illicit drugs money.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is under investigation by the U.N. human rights watchdog over his brutal war on drugs.