While some accuse Snapchat of promoting blackface, others point to a bigger problem with the Bob Marley filter.
By David Noonan, Scientific American
As the government considers reclassifying cannabis, researchers say easing the rules could lead to big advances.
By Andrew Small
MassRoots, a “technology platform for the cannabis industry,” filed IPO papers today to be NASDAQ’s first publicly traded marijuana-related company. Photo courtesy of MassRoots…
By Megan Thielking, STAT
Whoopi Goldberg has launched a line of marijuana-based bath products to soothe women’s menstrual pain, but is her solution backed by solid science?…
By Nsikan Akpan
Scientists predict what El Niño might mean for the cost of cookies, the quality of marijuana and the arrival of DC's cherry blossoms.
By Julie Carr Smyth, Associated Press
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio voters rejected a ballot proposal Tuesday that would have legalized both recreational and medical marijuana in a single vote — a vote-getting strategy that was being watched as a test case for the nation.
By Carey Reed
Although hemp and marijuana look and smell the same, the two cannabis plants are quite different.
By Catherine Woods
Virtual reality is shedding light on the dangers of driving stoned.
By PBS NewsHour
Thousands of marijuana farms are depleting California's streams at the height of a historic drought, according to state scientists. Special correspondent Spencer Michels follows along as game wardens, biologists and engineers go in search of marijuana on privately-owned lands --…
By PBS NewsHour
Late last year, Nebraska and Oklahoma filed a federal lawsuit asking the Supreme Court to declare Colorado's marijuana law unconstitutional, due to an influx of pot illegally entering those states. Now, as the Supreme Court decides whether to take up…
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