You can now study at the University of Nottingham while basking in the Malaysian sun.
It seems like every month there's new evidence to suggest the majority of police are turning a blind eye to cannabis crimes.
In states like Florida where most weed is still illegal—even for medical reasons—hydroponic gardening stores are battlefronts in the war on drugs.
Bootleg fentanyl from China has flooded the illicit opioid market in both the US and Canada.
This week Momentum were accused of organising a "rival" conference to the Labour Party. But for years, huge corporations have been doing exactly the same thing.
New Zealand's media is worrying about a "British invasion" after 10,000 Brits registered interest in moving there, so we looked at which other countries have seen spikes in visa enquiries since the 24th of June.
And not just any police station, but one of the biggest stations in the UK.
This weekend, Frank Ocean finally released his second studio album, a ton of cocaine was seized off the coast of Cornwall and more.
Turkey's president says a boy as young as 12 carried out a deadly bombing near the Syrian border in the southeastern Turkish city of Gaziantep.
A four-month-old infant survived the massacre in a town near Mobile, Alabama, and a suspect has reportedly turned himself in and confessed to the killings.
Since the Islamic State swept into Sinjar in August, 2014, the women have been treated as property of the group's fighters, who marry, trade, or sell them.
Are Watson's concerns of "entryism" legit, or is he creating a red-scare?
Ontario police take into consideration how bad the media made a cop look when they are disciplining one of their own.
Refusing to pay your uni-landlord just got a big thumbs up.
Recent education reforms start to make sense if you read them as an attempt to make inequality worse.
The Republican candidate apparently wants to be called "Mr. Brexit." But there are a lot of differences between the anti-EU referendum and the angry orange candidate.
After the Brexit vote, there was a 42 percent increase in hate crimes – and sadly, spikes like that are nothing new.
The $7 billion legal weed industry isn't helping to advance the cause.
Hundreds of people have been shot dead in the street under the mere suspicion of using drugs. And for some reason, the US is sending more money to the government for law enforcement.
A look at the shadowy operation that lobbied in the UK for South Africa's apartheid government.
More people got university places than ever before, even though top A-level results fell.
Syphilis rates are higher in London than anywhere else in the UK. We tried to work out why.
"Her social-media posts are indicative of someone who's come to court with an agenda."
In 2015, 706 people died due to drug abuse, an increase of 15 percent on the previous year.