The shocking moment a former Oklahoma senator was found inside a motel room with an underage boy who he had paid for sex has been shown for the first time.
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FRIDAY NIGHT at THE MOON DRIVE IN – THE PROJECTED MAN – BONGWATER
How did 4/20 become “420”?
You don’t have to be high to love this story: In 1971, five students from San Rafael High School in Marin County, Calif. (of course) reportedly met against a school wall at 4:20 p.m. each day to begin a pot-tentially magical adventure. The “Waldos,” they called themselves — and later told their story in a seminal Huffington Post story.
Canadians are expected to be able to smoke cannabis legally by July 1, 2018.
Prime minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government will introduce legislation to legalise recreational cannabis on April 10 and officials expect it to be law by July next year.
Trudeau has long promised to legalise recreational cannabis use and sales.
While attention-grabbing, the prank was not exactly original. Forty-one years ago to the day – Jan. 1, 1976 – a college student similarly altered the sign, using curtains to make it read “HOLLYWEED”.
Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce from Brad Pitt.
TMZ reports that the actress filed papers on Monday citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split and asking for physical custody of the couple’s six children.
A source close to the couple said Jolie, 41, made the decision to file because of the way ‘Brad was parenting the children,’ adding that ‘she was extremely upset with his methods.’
The pair began dating in 2004 and were married in August 2014.
The campaign to prevent cannabis legalization in Arizona recently accepted a half-million dollar donation from a pharmaceutical company accused of peddling a dangerous narcotic painkiller off-label.
Drug company Insys made the donation to Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy on Aug. 31, according to information posted by the Arizona Secretary of State. The revelation has lent support to longstanding claims by legalization proponents that drug companies view cannabis as a source of competition for their more addictive, dangerous and expensive products.
A federal ban on the sale of guns to medical marijuana card holders does not violate the Second Amendment, a federal appeals court said Wednesday.
The ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals applies to the nine Western states that fall under the court’s jurisdiction, including California, Washington and Oregon.