Mix coke and booze if you want to damage your heart, weed and alcohol if you want to make yourself dizzy and sick, and MDMA and acid if you want to go temporarily insane.
Police have found cocaine in Kinder Eggs and weed in carrots.
In this episode from season three of our HBO show, we traced the cocaine highway from Venezuela to the sinuses of Europeans. Then, we investigated India's growing industry of gestational surrogacy.
As drug cartels continue to change their trafficking routes to evade interference by authorities, enforcement agencies are struggling to keep up.
Looking back on little-reported moments in the life of the Thin White Duke.
This is how I learned to love the sharing economy.
Recent busts suggest the port of entry that once served as a hub of violent drug activity during the 1980s heyday of the "Cocaine Cowboys" is back at the center of the regional drug trade.
Cándido Figueredo Ruíz's work paints a chilling portrait of organized crime and political corruption in Paraguay.
He tried to tell the cop that it was "vitamins."
The short cartoon emphasizes the violence, death, and environmental damage caused by the drug trade.
Don't try these at home.
A London man tried to get a package including bottle of vodka, a wrap of cocaine, a knife, and a breakfast sandwich into a cell window.
With an average gram costing $200, it's not like there's a lack of demand.
A British dealer explains what it's like to navigate the world of parties, police, other dealers, and shady situations.
Some advice that would have been more useful than: "You will die if you do drugs."
We meet up with Oscar-winner Benicio Del Toro to discuss his latest film and the hurdles of being a minority actor in Hollywood.
I stayed in a five-star hotel, bought hundreds of beers for under $15, and paid to fill up the gas in all my neighbors' cars.
In the last part of our three-part documentary, we embed with the Peruvian National Police as they trek into the Upper-Huallaga, once the main coca supplier region to the Medellín Cartel.
According to many studies, weed seems more like a filter that keep people away from stronger drugs than a stepping stone into life-destroying addiction.
In this excerpt from our new documentary, we travel to the jungle with the Peruvian National Police to bust hidden cocaine labs.
Gianfranco Franciosi spent six years helping the Italian police catch international drug traffickers. Now he's broke and scared for his life.
A private WhatsApp joke turned into a widely circulated clip that made international news—and the woman at the center of it says she lost her job as a result.
In this excerpt from the VICE documentary about narcos in South America, host Monica Villamizar meets three young hitmen to talk about the murder business.
In part two of this VICE documentary, a former Escobar hitman gives us a tour of the criminal underworld in Lima, Peru.