After the historic decisions regarding marijuana in the 2016 United States election, we talked to Krishna Andavolu of Weediquette about what might lie ahead.
We spoke to a load of experts to understand how legalizing weed, psychedelics, cocaine, pills, and ketamine would actually work.
In this week's First-Person Shooter, we gave a camera to the glass guru behind Jop Glass, a studio that makes pipes for rappers and serious smokers. The man even built a three-foot-tall baby with six arms you can smoke out of. Holy hemp!
It doesn't take rocket appliances to know that it's probably a good move.
Recreational marijuana is now legal in eight states; medical marijuana in 28. So what happens if you fail a drug test?
"Don't turn a Class B into a felony / By tampering with evidence / Don't be a dumbass / Don't destroy your stash."
A new report came out today arguing for regulated legalization, but it's going to take more than suggestions to achieve real policy change.
Fifteen years since it was last on air, we speak to its stars and director about the cult British classic.
President-elect Trump to meet Japanese PM in New York, more than 300 US companies urge him to stay in climate pact, Clinton exhorts followers to "never, ever give up," and more.
Smoking inside is still illegal, though, and restaurant owners will have to apply for a permit before you suck on your weed lollipops or whatever inside their establishment.
Rudy Giuliani is reportedly the favorite to become US secretary of state, Obama says Trump will be a "pragmatic" president, feds delay decision about the Dakota Access Pipeline, and more.
Weed did well at the polls, but the national picture is a murky one as Donald Trump—not necessarily a traditional drug warrior but very much a law-and-order guy—makes his way to the White House.
California, Nevada, and Massachusetts all voted to legalize recreational marijuana Tuesday, bringing the total number of states with legal weed up to seven.
VICELAND hosts Desus and Mero talk about how the Libertarian candidate couldn't care less about acting like a career politician.
On Wednesday's episode, the hosts discuss Lil Wayne's crazy Nightline interview.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we spend a day with the guys who protect the marijuana and money that has poured into the state since legalization.
On an all new episode of Weediquette, we head to Providence to attend a service with the church that considers weed a sacrament.
"Groppers"—grandmas with crops—are playing a part in supplying Britain's homegrown bud.
Trump starts broadcasting on Facebook Live, terrorists kill at least 59 at a police college in Pakistan, right-to-carry laws may actually make campuses less safe, and more.
In the second episode of High Society, we meet growers, medical marijuana users, politicians, and thieves trying to navigate the UK cannabis trade.
Damian 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. "The statement speaks for itself," he told us.
Donald Trump refused to definitively say he will accept the November election result, Tesla will make all its new cars self-driving, support for legalizing marijuana has reached a record high, and more.
Catch another episode of our new series featuring comedic duo Desus Nice and the Kid Mero—this time with a special guest.