Both Oklahoma and Nebraska want to snuff out marijuana in Colorado because it isn't a legal drug as far as the Feds are concerned, reports CNBC's Kate Rogers.» Read More
A government shutdown is unlikely because Congress wants to forget the 113th session ever happened, Politico's Ben White says.
Hundreds of families from across the country have relocated or are considering moving to a state where medical marijuana is legal.
Trying to find the right marijuana strains for critically ill children comes with a significant financial strain for families who have to uproot their lives to be able to give their kids cannabis legally. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
CNBC's Dina Gusovsky profiles four "Cannamoms" who are desperate to get their critically ill children medicine in the form of marijuana. They are part of the hundreds of families across the country who have had to relocate or are considering moving to a state where medical marijuana is legal, like California.
Inside the innovation and profits of marijuana sales, with Tripp Keber, Dixie Elixirs and Edibles.
Founded in 2009, Sparc now serves up to 400 customers a day who can pay $300 for an ounce of marijuana. CNBC's Josh Lipton goes inside the "high-end" shop.
Sparc, a high-end marijuana dispensary in San Francisco, is serving up to 400 customers a day thanks to weed legalization.
It's referred to as the Apple Store of Pot shops. CNBC's Josh Lipton takes you inside Sparc of San Francisco.
The marijuana business is big, and is only forecast to grow larger.
The IRS is recommending that tax professionals who help state-recognized, legal marijuana businesses "not be considered unethical."
Privateer Holdings has teamed up with Bob Marley's family to create Marley Natural, 'high-end' marijuana products. CEO Brendan Kennedy sees marijuana as a global opportunity.
Bob Marley heirs say they are creating a pot-focused brand dubbed Marley Natural, reports NBC News.
CNBC's Jane Wells spoke to Wendy Robbins and Karen Paull of "The Marijuana Show," about some of the crazy ideas they heard for their new reality show which features pot entrepreneurs. Shark Tank investor Kevin O'Leary, weighs in.
Wendy Robbins and Karen Paull of "The Marijuana Show," are in search of the next big business idea that will take the marijuana industry by storm.
The biggest challenge many marijuana entrepreneurs face is banking, as normal ties with institutions are few. Here's how some banks and investors are changing that.
CNBC's Kate Rogers catches up with one of the only private equity firms gambling on the pot business.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on efforts by Tactical Security to provide security for marijuana entrepreneurs, and the various operations of their business.
Ben Cohen, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's ice cream, hopes the cannabis industry will remain independent. Searching for the next great pot start-up.
Ben Cohen just answered a burning question for all those suffering from the munchies.
CNBC's Kate Rogers speaks to Ben Cohen, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's ice cream, about the budding marijuana business.