METH

The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Woman Spent Months in Jail Because Cops Thought Her Old Cotton Candy Was Meth

Just to be clear: Not meth. Cotton candy.
River Donaghey
11.27.18
crime

A Man Allegedly Sexually Assaulted a Dying Beaver and Let’s Just Burn This World Down

I want off this planet.
Manisha Krishnan
9.7.18
Drugs

Why Some Meth and DMT Users Are Using Vapes

There’s little research on the safety of vaping drugs beyond nicotine and cannabis, but that hasn’t stopped people from trying.
Richard Greenhill
8.31.18
Drugs

The UK Has a New Cocaine Capital

And more European drug facts we found out in this year's big wastewater drugs study.
Simon Doherty
3.28.18
Inside Outsider

Four Dealers Describe the Worst Chemicals They Use to Cut Drugs

Remember that time the drugs didn't work? Here's why.
Mahmood Fazal
10.13.17
Pride 2017

We Need to Talk About the Queer Community's Meth and GHB Epidemic

Our nonchalant attitude towards this problem is just as detrimental as the drugs themselves.
Anthony "aCe" Pabey
7.3.17
Can't Handle the Truth

Meth Didn't Make a Guy Horny for a Crocodile, and Other Fake News

This week's stupidity was extra stupid.
Mike Pearl
6.25.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Texas Drug Bust Uncovers 600-Pound Load of Meth Lollipops

Authorities believe the addictive drug—disguised as candy butterflies, flowers, and Star Wars characters—might have been targeted toward children.
Drew Schwartz
6.14.17
Munchies

I Got High, Blown, and Robbed When I Was a Pizza Delivery Guy

"I was 17, scared, and totally unsure what to do with that situation. But at the end of the day they were just a bunch of intoxicated, naked adults that just wanted some pizza."
Anonymous
5.19.17
Vice Guide to Right Now

There's a Lot of Meth in Australia’s Sewage

A national wastewater study has revealed what drugs Aussies are taking and where.
Katherine Gillespie
3.27.17
Trump

Photos of Hustlers and Hooligans Awaiting Trump’s ‘Economic War’ on Mexico

In a poor neighbourhood on the outskirts of Guadalajara, where jobs are already scarce, uncertainty and drug trade go hand in hand.
Chris Donovan
1.29.17
Drugs

An Alternate History of America's Meth Problem

An expert from the heartland thinks the crisis is overblown.
Max Daly
1.3.17
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