Jon drives with one eye always fixated on the rearview mirror and his bags stuck to the inside of the car's back left wheel.
Last week, Leon Ewing's proposal to use marijuana to help revive Tasmania's ailing school system raised more than a few eyebrows.
Working nightshifts in a Barcelona hostel is a parallel universe of drugs, booze, and horny teenage tourists with second-degree sunburns.
We spoke to photographer Antonio Olmos about his project "The Landscape of Murder."
Ian Christensen is telling people they can legally grow weed for medical use in Florida. The problem is, they can't, and some of them have been arrested for it.
Everything you need to know about "robot weed," the UK's new nightmare drug.
"I never felt disabled enough and I never felt able-bodied enough, so it gave me a total complex."
A whopping 70 percent of the UK's students have taken an illegal substance at some point, according to a survey that serves as a map of the country's drug scene.
"Now I'm finding more public servants are buying than ever before. Maybe it's because of the amount of money they make."
Working at Hersheypark, a chocolate-themed amusement park in Pennsylvania, taught me to be a better liar, do drugs at work to make the day go by faster, and never take my job too seriously.
About 154 pounds of dope are now in police custody.
For a number of young players released from their contracts, selling large quantities of cocaine seems like the easiest way to maintain the lifestyle they once enjoyed.
There's a lot more to being a bellboy than lugging people's bags up flights of stairs.
Researchers at the University of Surrey have worked out a way to differentiate between people who have ingested cocaine and people who've merely touched it.
When your boyfriend starts asking his customers to call him "Hitman," it's time to make some changes in your life.
Forty-seven percent of New Zealanders believe cannabis should be legalized for medical use—a 10 percent bump from the same survey conducted more than a decade ago.
Jennifer Gonnerman's story about three years in hell for teenager Kalief Browder might actually be changing how criminal justice works in New York City.
The cult of Santa Muerte is growing in popularity among Canadians and Americans, despite its gruesome associations—or maybe because of them.
By her own admission, my mother says she never stopped loving me through all that hell. But now she can finally like me again.
April Brogan's undignified death in custody says a lot about how the police and society at large treat sex workers.
Gloucester, Massachusetts, is set to introduce a drug-forgiveness-and-treatment program for opioid users, the first of its kind in the nation.
A look at the man behind the world's largest collection of drug-related literature and paraphernalia.
The execution of Mary Jane Veloso has been postponed to allow her to testify against her alleged recruiter. In Indonesia, this is a big change.
A federal criminal complaint accuses a 22-year-old and her ex boyfriend of bringing several kilos of flakka into south Florida from Hong Kong between March and April.