Marley, reggae icon and the youngest son of the world's most famous smoker, is partnering with a cannabis company to turn a 77,000-square-foot former prison into a legal grow op.
If Mark Haden has his way, the government could start regulating shamans and shroom dealers.
"The moment you ask if it's really worth it is somewhere after getting away and realising what could have happened."
As we revealed this morning, two British police forces have started referring people caught with a personal amounts of drugs to educational workshops rather than sending them to court.
If successful, the pilot schemes could signal the first steps towards the decriminalisation of drugs in Britain.
Camden Lock Market has always been a destination for bong buyers, but all that is about to change.
In this week's VICE podcast, we talk about "harm reduction", the movement to make drug use as safe and fun as it can be.
I'm not an alcoholic, I just like getting buzzed as regularly as possible. So I tried to find an expert to tell me whether that was OK.
A few months ago, it was stoners' gums, and now researchers have found a correlation between cannabis use and weak bones.
A new video shows a father telling his 8-year-old son that his mother died from an overdose. The response has been concerning.
We talked with the popular anonymous advice guru about her new collection The Best of Dear Coquette.
Aqsa Carvalho, from Hertfordshire, has just been sentenced to 17 years in prison, along with three accomplices.
Please insert your own 'butt-crack cocaine' jokes as you wish.
Massive love for the sesh.
You can now be done for defrauding drug users with fake gear.
"Everyone around here is selling; it's just more hush-hush since the new president. We have to be more careful about who we offer it to."
Naloxone kits are failing more and more often because drugs like fentanyl are more potent than they've ever been. Health officials say new approaches are necessary.
When police want a sample, they can do it the easy way, or they can do it the hard way.
The author died in 2014 at age 29 from endocarditis due to IV drug use with contaminated needles and related conditions – before America's heroin problem was being treated like a national crisis.
We're all capable of being extreme disappointments to the people who made us.
In this episode we investigate what's behind the rise of ecstasy deaths in the UK, and how the dangers of using pills can be reduced.
For years now, Gaza has been rocked by the proliferation of a synthetic opiate called Tramadol. We sent a photographer to document sales, police confiscations, and the human suffering that pushes people into opiate use.
With the highest rate of consumption in Europe, the UK is clearly keen on its drugs. In 'High Society', we meet the people behind the statistics.