- LeBron James’ son Bronny appears to smoke marijuana in viral clip
Bronny James, the son of Los Angeles Lakers LeBron James, was seen smoking what appears to be a blunt on his Instagram stories.
- Medical cannabis companies cleared for London stock market
Regulator agrees to float of UK firms but recreational suppliers still bannedMedicinal cannabis companies have been cleared by the UK’s financial regulator to float on the London Stock Exchange but firms that sell marijuana to recreational users will still be banned.The Financial Conduct Authority said businesses that grow and sell recreational cannabis, even in countries such as Canada where it is legal, […]...
- Florida parents are getting high and exposing themselves during kids’ virtual classes
Florida moms and dads have been spotted smoking weed, drinking and walking around half-naked in the background of their kids’ online classes, frustrated teachers said.
- Kendall Jenner is a stoner
quot;No one knows that so that's the first time I've ever really said anything out there."...
- Martha Stewart launches CBD line in ‘gourmet flavors’
Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg now have yet another thing in common.
- Jimmy Carter admits son smoked pot with Willie Nelson on White House roof
Former President Jimmy Carter admits in a new documentary that one of his sons smoked pot with Willie Nelson on the roof of the White House. Carter, 95, was asked about the legendary country crooner’s previous accounts of puffing on a “big fat Austin torpedo’’ atop 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in the doc “Jimmy Carter: Rock...
- Teen, boyfriend arrested for allegedly recording toddler smoking marijuana
A San Antonio teenager and her boyfriend have been arrested after disturbing video showed a 3-year-old boy smoking marijuana, authorities said. Larissa Contreras, 18, and her boyfriend, Thomas Rey Esquivel, 19, were taken into custody on a charge of endangering a child Thursday after Contreras posted video of the Saturday incident on social media, Bexar...
- Pain tolerance among cannabis users
A recent study examining pain among cannabis users suggests that -- unlike long-term opioid use -- regular cannabis use does not appear to increase pain sensitivity.
- Almost half of Britons drinking more due to Covid, survey finds
Loneliness, depression and anxiety behind rise, with 44% of cannabis users also smoking moreBritons have drunk more alcohol and smoked more cannabis due to loneliness, depression and anxiety during the pandemic, according to a leading study of drug-using behaviour.Almost half (48%) of British respondents to the Global Drug Survey (GDS) disclosed they were drinking more alcohol than before the coronavirus outbreak, […]...
- 7 people fatally shot at illegal marijuana grow house in Southern California
Seven people were gunned down at an illegal marijuana grow house in Southern California early Monday morning, authorities said. The victims, including a woman, were found at about 12:30 a.m. at the home in Aguanga, a rural community about 100 miles southeast of Los Angeles, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. “Evidence located at...
- 7 Fatally Shot at California House Where 1,000 Pounds of Marijuana Is Found
The illegal marijuana trade remains a constant and deadly presence, the Riverside County sheriff said.
- International Crime Ring That Trafficked in Shark Fins Is Dismantled, U.S. Says
Law enforcement agents documented the harvest of more than six tons of shark fins, officials said.
- Watch high-flying drone drop bags of marijuana over Israel
Dozens of pot packets rained down from the sky in Tel Aviv — ; sending folks running into the street to snag them and leading to two arrests.
- Study of siblings finds moderate cannabis use impacts cognitive functioning
A new study compares adolescent siblings to determine the impact of early and frequent use of marijuana on cognitive function. This study contrasts with previous studies by finding that moderate adolescent cannabis use may have adverse effects that cannot be explained by the genetic or environmental factors that siblings may have in common.
- New Zealand split on legalising cannabis in 'reeferendum'
Latest poll shows the No campaign ahead slightly among registered votersSupport for the Yes and No campaigns in New Zealand’s referendum on legalising and taxing cannabis is split at 49.5% each, six weeks out from voting day.The No campaign, which aims to keep the status quo, has a slight edge in the poll by news outlet Stuff when only registered voters are counted, leading 50.8% to 48.4%. Voting and being on […]...