The parent company of Reynolds American Inc. is dipping its toes in the cannabis industry.
Cigarette use has been declining for decades, while marijuana use has been on the rise, according to a new Gallup survey in the U.S.
The National Institutes of Health annually surveys substance abuse among young adults in its Monitoring the Future study.
One of Kenya's presidential candidates is promising to legalize weed. His long-shot campaign has entertained, but it might also mark a different kind of politics for the East African nation.
After Minnesota lawmakers approved a measure to legalize the sale of certain types of THC edibles, at least one Republican said he didn't realize what he was approving.
Thailand's government says it is promoting cannabis for medical use only, warning that lighting up recreationally in public could still considered to be a nuisance subject to a potential fines.
Employers can still give drug tests or fire an employee if they are acting under federal guidelines, or if an employee consumed marijuana at work or while performing work-related duties.
A surge in robberies at licensed cannabis shops is helping fuel a renewed push for federal banking reforms that would make the cash-dependent stores a less appealing target.
New Mexico is making the sale of up to 2 ounces of recreational marijuana legal, bringing legalization to the doorstep of Texas, the largest prohibition state.