Manisha Krishnan is an award-winning journalist who has been reporting on North American drug policy, police brutality, gender-based violence, and firearms since she joined VICE in 2015. Her work on the opioid crisis and cannabis legalization has included unparalleled access to drug traffickers while her reporting centers the experiences of drug users and holds politicians to account.
A 19-Year-Old Died After Taking ‘Gas Station Heroin’. His Mom Wonders Why It’s Still Being Sold Legally.
Johnathon Morrison's mother helped get tianeptine banned in Alabama. But she says it makes her “sick” it is still being sold in stores across the U.S.
The ad, which features AI images of pristine beaches and laughing children, has prompted backlash, including a planned protest outside Hulu’s headquarters.
London, Ontario Police Chief Thai Truong made the comments while discussing the alleged gang sex assault by five current or former NHLers. Police had previously dismissed the complaint.
And it’s driving legislation to punish people who use drugs for supposedly endangering the police investigating them.
The lawsuit alleges the wrestling mogul sexually assaulted and defecated on a former employee, and made her have sex with other men.
Democratic and Republican state lawmakers have backed legislation that would once again make it a crime to possess small amounts of drugs.
Five members of Congress wrote a letter to the FDA asking what it’s doing about tianeptine, an unapproved drug that can cause overdoses and severe withdrawal.
Stuart Seldowitz has agreed to complete an anti-bias course after telling a halal food cart worker that 4,000 dead Palestinian children “wasn’t enough.”
A new report in the Wall Street Journal says leaders at Tesla and SpaceX are worried that illegal drugs are behind Musk's constant erratic behavior.
The man who allegedly stabbed two teens while shouting anti-white comments was repeatedly reported to police by his ex.
South Korea has legalized medical cannabis, but recreational cannabis use is still illegal and heavily stigmatized.