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Legal marijuana in Colorado is nearly twice as potent as illegal pot in the past, raising concerns about safety. NBC News reports.
Ted Cruz has announced his presidential run, and a study shows marijuana is 3 times stronger today than it was 30 years ago, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Medical marijuana is legal in Canada on a national level. CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the government licensing of 15 operations.
CNBC's Jane Wells suits up to go into a state of the art marijuana grow room at Tilray, a government-licensed operation in British Columbia, Canada.
It's all about following five simple steps. CNBC runs you through the stages of marijuana production.
In Canada, marijuana business owners can put their cash into a bank account instead of a vault, and they wear "clean suits" in growing facilities.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports live from a pot grow house in Nanaimo, Canada to discuss investing in the legal medical cannabis field.
CNBC's Jane Well reports on why Canada has been able to master the pot biz and reap big profits.
Many Native American tribes are grappling with the idea of growing marijuana on reservation land.
As Native Americans debate whether or not to grow marijuana if their lands are located in states where it's legal, Jane Wells speaks to Priscilla Blackhawk Rentz and Deanne House of the Mountain Ute tribe about the pros and cons.
Medical marijuana sales growth in Colorado has dipped since recreational pot has been legalized in the state.
Amid a brutal winter, CNBC's Eric Chemi asks, can specific food items ordered for home delivery help predict the size of the tip?
Recreational pot is less dangerous than both alcohol and tobacco, scientists assert. NBCNews reports.
NBC's Tracie Potts reports on the battle brewing in the nation's capital over legalized pot.
Arthur Mondella, president and CEO of Dell's Maraschino Cherries, killed himself Tuesday during a drug raid.
Adult Alaskans can now not only keep and use pot, they can transport, grow it and give it away.
Several enterprises are angling for kosher certification for edible medical marijuana products. The Forward reports.
Marijuana might make brain cells that normally suppress the appetite reverse their behavior and encourage eating, says a new study.
This Valentine's Day there's a boost in sales of pot chocolates along with other cannabis products.