Napa Valley attracts tourists from around the world with its wine tours. Now that Colorado has legalized recreational marijuana, tourists there can sample pot in a similar style. Randi Kaye caught up with one of the state's new cannabis tours.
Smoking marijuana in the back of a limousine may sound like the sort of activity expected from rock-stars. That's how some tourists are now sampling Colorado's marijuana dispensaries. AC360's Randi Kaye checked out on one of new cannabis tours. Watch her full report tonight on AC360, 8pm E.T. on CNN.
In the days since Colorado legalized sales of recreational marijuana, the lines have been growing and the prices have been soaring. There are plenty of people who are ready to cash in, and that includes Colorado's state treasury. Randi Kaye takes a look at this new "Green Rush."
Anderson discussed this with former Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer.
Carol Bond tried to poison a friend over an affair with her husband. Bond admitted she attempted to harm her friend and she was convicted of breaking international laws banning chemical weapons. The case is now in front of the Supreme Court. Randi Kaye has the latest twists in the case.
Ashleigh Banfield discussed this case with criminal defense attorney Mark Geragaos and Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
Jahi McMath suffered severe complications after having her tonsils removed. She is on life support machines and her parents want to keep it that way. But her doctors and a judge declared her brain dead and are ready to pull the plug. That set off a legal battle over Jahi's future. Randi Kaye has the latest.
John Berman discussed this case with legal analyst and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos along with attorney and children's advocate Areva Martin.
Robin Roberts has plenty to be thankful for in 2013. In a message posted on Facebook, she thanks God, her doctors, nurses, family and her longtime girlfriend Amber. This is the first time she publicly discussed her sexuality. Randi Kaye takes a look at the reaction to Roberts' reveal.
Outrage after a 16-year old drunk driver escapes jail time for killing four people last June. At the time of the crash Ethan Couch's blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit and he was speeding. The teen was facing four counts of manslaughter and up to 20 years behind bars. But a judge sentenced him to ten years of probation after his lawyers argued that he was a victim of his family's wealth. An expert witness they put on the stand termed it "affluenza," and the judge bought the argument. Randi Kaye has the story.
Eric Boyles' wife and daughter were killed by the car Ethan Couch was driving. This is the first time he is speaking publicly about what happened.
Anderson discussed this case with Dr. Drew Pinsky along with CNN Legal Analysts Mark Geragos and Sunny Hostin.
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