CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports protesters are taking their fight for legal marijuana to the presidential inauguration.
A former Wall Street lawyer opened a chain of Colorado bed and breakfasts where guests can freely smoke pot.
Rhode Island may be next to legalize marijuana—and the first to legalize the drug through legislation rather than a ballot initiative, Reuters reports.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and nine others are pushing for better bank access for marijuana businesses. CNBC's Kate Rogers reports.
An unknown vandal used a tarp to turn one of California's most famous landmarks into an endorsement for pot.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and John Merrill, Tanglewood Wealth Management, look at the ETFs investors should consider adding to their portfolio next year.
The founders of CannaKorp, which makes a pod for single use marijuana consumption, make a pitch to a panel of investment experts. Is their start-up the next big thing?
CNBC's Kate Rogers discusses Warm Spring Cannabis Project, the first tribal-owned cannabis operation in the U.S., and how its creating jobs.
The marijuana industry employs some 150,000 people, and analysts project that number could double or even triple in the years to come.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on where the jobs are in the marijuana industry as the substance becomes legal in more places.
Ireland moved closer to legalizing marijuana for medicinal use when the minority government said on Thursday it would not block the first reading of a bill.
Vivien Azer, Cowen & Co. analyst, explains why marijuana may be smoking the beer trade. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Dixie Brands wants to sell pot products nationwide, The New York Times reports.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on where the legalization of recreational marijuana currently stands.
Marijuana is becoming medically approved and recreationally approved in numerous states across the country.
Voters in California and Massachusetts approved measures to allow recreational pot use.
Massachusetts residents voted to approve the legalization of Marijuana, one of many significant measures on state ballots.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports the latest on nine states voting on marijuana laws today.
Voters in some US states will decide whether or not to legalize the use of cannabis.
Several states could legalize marijuana on Tuesday. But even in those states, hazy laws and policies could still land users in trouble.