The US Postal Inspection Service is looking for people to conduct investigations on the dark web, as well as those who can gather defensive-focused intel too.
Four women have died at Britain's BoomTown Fair festival in five years. A drug policy reform advocate speaks out.
Fourteen airmen at a nuclear missile base are under investigation for allegedly using illegal drugs, coke among them.
Joseph Carrall was booked for driving nine days after he'd smoked a joint. A New South Wales court then found him not guilty, saying he'd made an "honest and reasonable mistake of fact."
A recent study concluded that giving up smoking with the help of psilocybin has an 80 percent success rate. Conveniently, "Stoptober" and mushroom-picking season perfectly intersect, so I thought I'd give it a go.
Bad batches of synthetic marijuana are being blamed for violent outbursts in some users, but at least one researcher says most who try it do not have violent reactions.
Eighteen-year-old Christian Pay died at Kendal Calling after taking a pill.
A disturbing number of people in Sarnia, Ontario, are abusing a powerful painkiller that is 100 times stronger than morphine or 40 times stronger than heroin
The government wants to blanket-ban legal highs after an influential Christian think tank pushed shonky stats about their death toll.
West Africa's new role as a transit hub for drugs headed to Europe means illegal narcotics are more readily available on the continent, a top UN official says.