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.
But there are concerns over how forces treat officers with drug problems.
Unlike people, numbers don't lie.
Created by Amy Winehouse’s parents, it's the UK's only housing project specifically set up to help young women recover from drug addiction.
India voted in favour of rescheduling cannabis as a less dangerous drug, giving hope to weed activists and entrepreneurs about the perception of this “drug” changing.
A bill set to be signed into law this month has little detail on what the new legal industry will look like, and who might be left out.
The vote to remove cannabis from Schedule IV of the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs is set to spark a rise in research and medical access.
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.
"I’m not really in it for the money. If I was, I’d probably sell something like ketamine."
If you’ve ever puffed smokable ayahuasca—otherwise known as “changa”—you have this guy to thank.
Meet Mike "Zappy" Zapolin, who acts as a combination of a psychedelic trip sitter and procurer for celebrities.
"The illicit drug industry has evolved far more rapidly than our efforts to contain it," says a damning new report.
They spent the past year being “satanized” by a conservative interim government.
The new punishment for petty possession of any illegal drug will be the legal equivalent of a traffic ticket.
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.