How the US Stopped a Possible Solution to the Heroin Epidemic
Before America's War on Drugs, the "British System" was successful in keeping addiction rates low and drug-associated crime nonexistent.
How America Convinced the World to Demonize Drugs
Much of the world used to treat drug addiction as a health issue, not a criminal one. And then America got its way.
I Had to Fight the British Government to Get Medical Cannabis for My Son
Charlotte Caldwell tells the story of how she took on the Home Office to save her son's life.
The Future of Legal Weed Looks More Corporate Than You'd Think
The green economy is about to boom.
The Pop-Up Museum Exhibit at the Front Line of the War on Drugs
We spoke to the executive producer of the Museum of Drug Policy.
A Therapist, a Lawyer, and a Sex Worker Explain What Actually Counts as Cheating
We also spoke to a philosopher and some polyamorous people for good measure.
The Story of Mephedrone, the Party Drug That Boomed and Went Bust
In 2010, it was the UK's fourth favorite substance; nowadays, it's used almost exclusively on the chemsex scene.
Is It Possible to Cure Prejudice and Racism?
We spoke to a researcher who found a very simple method when it comes to battling discrimination.
What It's Like to Self-Medicate with Illegal Drugs
According to a number of studies, around two-thirds of problematic drug users report childhood physical or sexual abuse. These figures need to be taken seriously.
How the British Government Foils Terror Plots
We spoke to British security services about what goes into stopping planned extremist actions.
Why 2016 Is Actually the Best Time in All of History to Be Alive
That's not an opinion; it's fact.
What It's Like Being a Professional Hand Model
Brooke Colman has appeared in some of the most expensive, visible adverts in the world, and doubled for Julia Roberts and Ant and Dec, but you've never seen her face.