In El Chapo's Mexico, Fentanyl is the New Boom Drug
Since the drug lord's arrest, syndicates have been producing the deadly synthetic opioid instead of heroin.
Why Europe Has Dodged America's Fentanyl Crisis
Europe's most lucrative heroin markets seem ripe for a fentanyl takeover. But why the no-show?
6 Falsehoods Trump Recycled to Sell His Border Wall on Primetime TV
“This is a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul,” the president said in his short speech Tuesday night.
The Radical New Fentanyl Trend That Could Save Lives and Screw Dealers
One $5 or $10 fatal dose could become dozens or even hundreds of nonfatal highs.
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New Zealanders Might Actually Know What's In Their Drugs This Summer
The government takes steps to allow drug testing at music festivals.
The Story Of How I Finally Quit Doing Cocaine
It’s not just because I’m tired of being a bloodsucking ghoul. In 2018, blow isn’t what it used to be.
A Massive Underground Drug Tunnel to Mexico Was Found Underneath an Abandoned KFC
Feds stumbled upon the underground passageway after cops busted the building's owner with meth, coke, heroin, and fentanyl.
Does Smoking Heroin Really Cause Brain Damage?
Recent reports that smoking heroin (and an associated risk of brain damage) is increasing among young people aren't looking at the full picture.
The Bizarre Story Behind a Coke Dealer's On-Camera Confession
We talked to the Bunk Police about why they released the video, which shows the dealer crying.
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Drug Dealers on Facebook Are Targeting People With Addiction
I posed as a potential customer and experienced the most aggressive marketing tactics.
Opioids are killing tens of thousands more people than we thought, study finds
Public health officials overlooked more than 70,000 opioid-linked deaths from 1999 to 2015, according to the study.
An Opioid Popularized by a Nazi Doctor Is Ravaging Africa
The former director of the drug enforcement agency in Nigeria estimated in 2016 that seven in ten boys were using the drug.