From cul-de-sac-fever-dream gone bust to vertically integrated weed opportunity zone, the high desert town of California City is hoping the winds of fate will finally blow its way.
We meet two Swedish drug users who have escaped Sweden's zero-tolerance policy and instead live on the streets of Copenhagen.
A groundswell of academic opinion suggests that psychedelic substances like LSD and psilocybin could be utilised to serve a raft of therapeutic benefits.
In his new book, neuroscientist Prof Carl Hart argues that addiction isn’t the only way to think about drug use.
Members of the family behind Purdue Pharma testified under oath Thursday and took a lashing from furious legislators.
If every conversation with your folks devolves into a tearful screaming match, it's time to set some boundaries and get a little space.
The small but mighty, crunchy, cheesy crackers can now be made in the comfort of your own home.
Raphael de Pablo uses Bordeaux grapes and Bordeaux weed to recreate a recipe buried for millennia.
Despite decades of conflict and strict religious rule, Afghanistan's ancient weed culture remains vibrant.
A study of 100,000 European school students paints a picture of teen drug use across the continent.
Early videos of the Xbox Series X catching on fire and blowing smoke are more than likely bros ripping huge vape clouds into the fans.
Malaysia’s Foreign Affairs Minister tried to sneak a vape pen under his mask. It wasn’t slick.
Psychedelics now appear in patent applications for Philip Morris e-cigarettes, periodontal disease, hair loss, weight loss, and food allergies.
And other findings from the Global Drug Survey's latest study.
Many people have a spiritual experience on psychedelics. How they make meaning of it could be influenced by the metaphysical beliefs of their therapists.
While a Canadian province mulls adding the drug to its safe supply, experts say full legalization is a better approach.
Police think there may be more to come, and are urging beachgoers to refrain from handling the "mysterious white powder".
Watch the latest episode of 'The War On Drugs'.
MindMed is asking the FDA for permission to begin a human trial in the U.S., where therapists would give “experiential” doses of LSD to patients.
These underwater cypress trees are 60,000 years old, and may help pioneer new drug treatments.
To explain his lack of support for legalization, Joe Biden cited a line of reasoning at odds with federally approved science.