On this episode, the rapper gets together with some famous friends to smoke weed and figure out if America's founding fathers had an extra-terrestrial hand in mapping out the country.
"I was going to fire them. They chose to resign."
As pot goes mainstream, it's not shocking some industry players are allegedly engaging in Wolf of Wall Street–style trickery.
It was 1968, and the feds were really starting to freak out about drug use in America.
And how one new film is trying to change that.
From the outside, the repurposed slaughterhouse looks like a newly opened art gallery. On the inside, you're met with 10,764 square feet of pristinely renovated supervised injection site.
We often hear about "Jihadists flooding the west with heroin," or "ISIS making billions through drug trafficking"—but we rarely see much actual evidence.
Marijuana has for decades built something that magic mushrooms still lack: a good brand.
Wolf Boys, a new book by Dan Slater, details the bloody rise and fall of two Texas teenagers who became contract killers for the Zetas, killing dozens of people.
Levi Watson told police that he clearly wasn't a drug dealer because he didn't have any money, then posted a photo of himself in a literal bath of money.
At the Boom Festival, a biennial gathering held near the Spanish border last month, about 100 volunteers committed to round-the-clock care for people using drugs. I was one of them.
Some veteran pot farmers fear Wall Street and Silicon Valley swooping in to kill their way of life, and many seem determined to press on no matter what.
A man in Brisbane, Australia, thought his birthday cards were filled with anthrax. They were not.
On this episode of VICE Specials, we travel deep into the Annapurna mountains to join a Gurung village on its hunt for honey that some believe is poisonous and others say has hallucinogenic effects.
We know from a century of prohibition that cutting down the supply of a desired drug tends to encourage stronger, shadier alternatives.
We went to Bestival on the Isle of Wight to talk to festival-goers about how they managed to sneak their stash in.
Parliament members and peers are campaigning for medicinal marijuana to become available to those who need it.
"I'd be very surprised if this powder does turn out to be drugs."
On this episode of our potcast, our host hangs out with Doug Cohen, co-founder of 99th Floor, the "best damn weed dinner series" T. Kid has ever attended.
The laws around producing and distributing medical weed haven't been determined yet and could still take over a year to decide.
On an all new episode of Weediquette, we talk to football players about the struggle to get medicinal marijuana use approved by an organization notorious for its fear of drugs.
There's a new campaign to remind people of the painkiller's medicinal purposes.
"Who does he think he is? I am no American puppet," the Philippine president said following White House criticisms of the country's bloody war on drugs.
Every year, for centuries in Nepal, members of the Gurung ethnic group have climbed down the sides of cliffs amid swarms of bees—putting their lives on the line—to collect hallucinogenic honey.