'Everything was funny': CNN Reporter gets high during Colorado marijuana legalisation report

Kaye said she struggled to remember her questions

Justin Bieber's friend Lil Za arrested over suspected drugs at singer's mansion after police raid following egging incident

The star's home was searched after he allegedly threw eggs at a neighbour's property, causing 'extensive damage'

Colorado officials replace '420' mile marker with 419.99 to deter marijuana-minded thieves

The number 420 has been long associated with cannabis use

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Oaksterdam in Oakland, California, is the world's only university dedicated to the study and cultivation of cannabis

Cannabis cultivation: the world's only college course

After the decriminalisation of marijuana in two US states, a new crop of would-be drug barons is enrolling on a college course in cannabis cultivation

A crowded sales counter at a marijuana retailer in Denver

Colorado cannabis store sales believed to have exceed $5m in first week

If correct, at least $1m of this revenue is destined for the state’s tax coffers - to be spent on the state’s schools, roads and other public projects

Tulisa Contostavlos drugs charge latest: Former X Factor judge makes first crown court appearance in London

Contostavlos will stand trial on 14 July accused of brokering a cocaine deal, after helping an undercover reporter to obtain 13.9 grams

Mexico says marijuana legalization could change anti-drug strategies

Colorado's 'pot shops' might do more to stop the Mexican cartels than any law enforcement

This the first time to test the argument that legalisation will diminish violence in America’s immediate neighbour

A man smokes a joint containing marijuana.

70% rise in Twitter users adding 'smoke more weed' to their list of 2014 New Year resolutions

People using the social media website also said they wanted to drink more alcohol and take more drugs

Personnel in a seaboat from RFA Wave Knight escort the suspected drug-carrying vessel

Navy support ship aids £1m drugs bust after Caribbean chase

A quarter of a tonne of marijuana was hidden in sacks aboard Miss Kameney

A German police officer poses next to a table laden with the confiscated cocaine

Aldi workers discover cocaine worth £10m stuffed into crates of bananas in Berlin

'Pure chance' discovery of 140kg of smuggled drugs from Colombia delivered to branches of supermarket chain

Colorado became the first US state where shops could legally sell recreational marijuana on January 1

New York to legalise medical use of marijuana

Governor Andrew Cuomo to announce drug's legalisation for those with serious illnesses

Marijuana and cannabis-infused products on display in Denver, Colorado, where it became legal for the drug to be sold for recreational use in shops

'Marijuana overdoses kill 37 in Colorado': Scores duped by satirical website

Many were left fooled by The Daily Currant's claim that dozens died on first day the drug could be legally bought for recreational use from shops in the state

In this Dec. 27, 2013 photo, marijuana and cannabis-infused products are displayed for sale at Medicine Man marijuana dispensary, which is to open as a recreational retail outlet at the start of 2014, in Denver. Colorado is making final preparations for marijuana sales to begin Jan. 1, a day some are calling

Colorado marijuana sales reach up to $1m on first day

Initial estimates say sales could reach $600m by the end of 2014

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