U.S. voters overwhelmingly voted for progressive drug laws. President-elect Joe Biden wants to decriminalize cannabis use federally. So what’s going to happen next?
Cocaine energy drinks, licensed psychedelics guides, and fair trade heroin could all be part of a safer legal regime.
Proposition 64 promises to make recreational pot legal in California, but that's not the end of a debate that encompasses economics, race, and criminal justice reform.
VICE News attended a launch in the British parliament for LEAP UK — a collection of former undercover drugs officers, military figures, and police, who are campaigning for drug law reform in Britain.
The Irish minister in charge of the national drugs strategy advocates both heroin injecting rooms and the decriminalization of drug possession for personal amounts.
Washington, DC is set to move forward with weed legalization by the end of this week. But thanks to congressional meddling, the estimated $130 million local marijuana market will stay untaxed, unregulated, and underground.
A DC-Based Anti-Pot Group Is Suing Colorado Over Marijuana Laws as the Capital Poises for Legalization
Safe Streets, the Washington DC-based group, rolled out the suits Thursday, just a week before a new law legalizing the possession, cultivation, and use of marijuana in the US capital is set to kick in.
In attempting to block DC from implementing new marijuana laws, Congress is forbidding pot regulation — but maybe not pot legalization.
The market for illegal drugs has no regulation, so it's hard to know if you're getting what you think you are. Dr. Fernando Caudevilla, who moonlights on the deep web as "Dr. X," will chemically test your drugs before you take them—basically, quality...
Ferguson isn’t the first time a local police force has turned an American city into something resembling a war zone.
Norm Stamper ordered a brutal crackdown on WTO protesters in 1999, when he was Seattle's chief of police. Now, he's a vocal opponent of the militarization of cops—and says his mistakes are being repeated in Ferguson.
Last night, when no one was looking, the US House of Representatives did something surprising: It voted to deescalate the war on drugs, passing an amendment that would prohibit the DEA from terrorizing legal medical marijuana businesses.