These Two People Can Now Legally Use Cocaine in Mexico

A Mexican judge ruled that private use of cocaine "doesn't put one's health at great risk."

Emily Green

Man Arrested with Grenade Launcher, Over a Dozen Firearms, and White Supremacist Propaganda

Police were originally responding to the scene of a car accident.

Tess Owen

Gujarat Is the New ‘Favourite’ Route for Pakistani Cartels Smuggling Drugs to the West

“If a fisherman brings five kgs of heroin along with 500 kgs of fish in his boat, it is very difficult to catch him.”

Pallavi Pundir

Auckland Woman Finds $3 Million Worth of Cocaine Washed Up on a Beach

She'd been walking her dogs, she said, and naturally the dogs "tried to mark it as theirs."

Gavin Butler

Two Nights a Year, I Allow My Entire Kitchen to Do Tons of Drugs

Drugs are taboo in my kitchen, except on two nights a year: the night before King's Day, and New Year's Eve. On those nights, we go crazy.


How the Netherlands Nearly Banned Tourists from Buying Weed

Should tourists in the Netherlands be allowed to buy weed?

Thijs Roes

Malaysia’s Police Force Has A Drug Problem

It’s not just civilians who are succumbing to drug use in the country.

Meera Navlakha

Man Arrested After Filling Hotel Bath with Potatoes During Five-Day MDMA Binge

“It felt like the right thing to do at the time.”

Ruby Lott-Lavigna

Party Organisers Describe the Weirdest Ways They've Seen People Smuggle in Drugs

"Depending on the style of the wig, it’s possible to smuggle in enough drugs for a three-day music festival."

Felippe Canale

Australian Bikie Gangs Are Muscling in on South-East Asia’s Drug Markets

A United Nations report suggests that increasing pressure from Australian authorities has forced outlaw motorcycle gangs to expand their operations overseas.

Gavin Butler

Stoners From Duterte's Philippines Share How They Get Away With It

Under Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, the Philippine government has waged a bloody war on drugs making it a highly dangerous place for drug users.

Lex Celera

A Cartel Kingpin’s Son Just Claimed His Prize for Testifying Against El Chapo

Vicente Zambada, who has admitted to ordering people killed, was sentenced to 15 years and could walk free in under 5.

Keegan Hamilton