Woody Harrelson said on "The Ellen Degeneres Show" that he stopped smoking pot until he hung out with Willie Nelson.
The weed game lost its rebellious edge for Cheech and Chong once John Boehner got involved, so the counterculture icons had to find something else to do.
Social media lit up with celebratory messages in favor of the controversial plant, which of course included one of the most famous weed lovers alive: Snoop Dogg.
BOWBELLS, N.D. (AP) — Grammy-winning rock singer Melissa Etheridge has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of possessing marijuana in North Dakota.
Kathy Bates talks about her upcoming Netflix series, and supporting medical marijuana for NFL players to treat concussions and chronic pain.
Snoop Dogg shows up late to “Conan” after the late night host set up a special trailer for Snoop to smoke weed in before the show.
Country music legend Willie Nelson has fallen victim to multiple erroneous reports of his death. At 84 years old, Nelson is still very much alive, and he’s got a lot to say about Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump. In April, Attorney General Sessions briefly weighed in on marijuana legalization during a discussion at Luke Air Force Base near Phoenix, Ariz., and called marijuana a drug “only slightly less awful” than heroin.
Miley Cyrus says she's "quitting" pot "for a second," so let's take a look back at all her greatest marijuana moments.
Since quitting America’s Got Talent, TV personality and host Nick Cannon has been keeping fans updated and entertained with his vlog on YouTube. In the premiere episode, viewers watched as Cannon fondled a puppet that resembled singer Nicki Minaj and waxed poetic on his disgust with the smell of his own flatulence. In the latest installment of the series, released on 4/20, aka National Marijuana Day, Cannon dispels myths and rumors about marijuana and discusses the benefits of cannabis.
It's never been a secret that there are plenty of celebrities who are pro pot — but how much do you know about these A-listers' attitudes toward marijuana?
It’s April 20 (aka 4/20), and cannabis lovers around the world will be celebrating “Weed Day.” In its honor, the video above highlights 10 memorable times TV characters used pot.
The singer has been smoking marijuana recreationally since 21 but didn’t learn of its medicinal benefits until years later when she was battling cancer.
John Oliver’s main story Sunday night on Last Week Tonight was about marijuana legalization. While 44 states have some form of medical marijuana law, the federal government still has it as classified as a schedule-one narcotic. Due to the federal laws, veterans who want to use medical marijuana to help with their PTSD have a very difficult time getting it.
On Wednesday, James Franco and Bryan Cranston rolled into Conan and revealed a pot-themed present between the two. Franco, the multitalented artist, painted several of the paintings for the set of their film Why Him. Franco gave a painting to Cranston of a large marijuana leaf on an even larger canvas.
In 1999, McConaughey was arrested at his home in Austin, Texas, for marijuana possession and resisting transportation. The charges were dropped, but McConaughey ended up paying a $50 fine for disturbing the peace. McConaughey spent nine hours in Travis County Jail before being released on $1,000 bond. Who did he call when he was behind bars?
On The Late Show, the host said Denver voters approved a law allowing bars and restaurants to let customers use marijuana and claimed he had the ad promoting it.
Alan Thicke and his family enjoyed a victory over Baywatch star David Chokachi and his tribe on Sunday’s Celebrity Family Feud. But in the following bonus round, the Growing Pains star gave an answer that may make you watch the 1980s sitcom a little differently.
Snoop Dogg squared off against Sugar Ray Leonard on Celebrity Family Feud and the very first question was right up Snoop’s alley. Steve Harvey asked, “Name something grandma might do if she caught grandpa smoking marijuana.” Even though Sugar Ray was known for his speed, Snoop was able to hit the buzzer first.
On Thursday’s Conan, Roseanne Barr shared the story of her mother accidentally eating marijuana edibles. The comedian, who plans on opening a marijuana shop, had some medical marijuana infused cheesecake in her refrigerator. Without knowing it, her mother ate 26 doses of marijuana.
People around the world will be celebrating “Weed Day” April 20. In its honor, this video, running four minutes and 20 seconds, highlights some of television’s most memorable marijuana moments.