Articles by Joel Warner

Joel Warner is a Denver, Colorado-based staff writer covering the marijuana industry. Previously he was a staff writer at Westword newspaper, and his work has also appeared in WIRED, Slate, Men's Health, Bloomberg Businessweek, Popular Science, Men's Journal, Grantland and elsewhere. He is co-author of the 2014 book The Humor Code: A Global Search for What Makes Things Funny.

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The Era Of Celebrity Marijuana

Bob Marley’s pot line launches on Saturday. Next up could be Jefferson Airplane-themed weed. Are these endorsements the future of marijuana marketing?
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America May Have Hit Peak Weed

Recent developments suggest 2016 could be the year the marijuana legalization movement runs right into an immovable object: federal law.
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This Is Your Democracy On Drugs

Activists have unveiled a well-funded, heavily endorsed pot legalization initiative. Will it be enough to unify California's fractured marijuana movement?
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Up In Smoke

California wildfires destroyed hundreds of marijuana farms this summer. As the fire season ends, marijuana growers are gauging the damage.

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A Look Back At Tesla's Wild 2018

Tesla's critics (of which there are many) have a different view. To them, Musk is more akin to a snake-oil salesman of old, too often failing to deliver on his outlandish promises.
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Former North Korea First Lady, Kim Song Ae, Dead [Report]

Song Ae served as the chair of the Korean Democratic Women’s Union and member of the Party Central Committee. She was considered one of the main political rivals of current North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s father and her stepson, Kim Chong Il.