From cul-de-sac-fever-dream gone bust to vertically integrated weed opportunity zone, the high desert town of California City is hoping the winds of fate will finally blow its way.
We meet two Swedish drug users who have escaped Sweden's zero-tolerance policy and instead live on the streets of Copenhagen.
A groundswell of academic opinion suggests that psychedelic substances like LSD and psilocybin could be utilised to serve a raft of therapeutic benefits.
Like many places, Australia tried to reduce prescriptions of Xanax and Valium. Unlike many places, it's ended up with a thriving black market.
There's extreme social shame around doing drugs, and yet the underground drug scene is thriving in Tokyo.
The U.S. is conducting clinical trials of deep brain stimulation for opioid addiction, but ethical questions abound.
J. told me he was thinking of carving out some candles, putting pills inside them, and mailing them to Chicago. I had a better idea: I’d fly them out in my wheelchair, because airport security never searched it.
We asked experts why cooking with cannabis can sometimes lead to an ER visit.
A wave of investigations unleashed by Attorney General Bill Barr last year cost companies millions, torpedoed deals, and scared off investors.
The federal agency had previously stated that vapers were at an elevated risk of developing complications tied to COVID-19.
Owners of vape shops argue that their stores are just as "essential" as the businesses that sell cigarettes.
A paper that claimed vapes are a gateway to cigarettes relied on faulty methodology, experts say.
People are coming down with a condition known as 'wood-lovers paralysis' after eating certain species of shrooms—and scientists don't know why.
More than half of users of the “spirit molecule” told researchers they had started to believe in a higher power.
One set himself on fire, the other had a fight with the cops. But experts say ketamine is an unlikely culprit.
Authorities believe the light aircraft was so overloaded it could barely take off.
A new report finds almost one in 20 Australians are regularly doing lines.
And more findings from the preliminary results of the Global Drug Survey's Covid-19 study.
MindMed is asking the FDA for permission to begin a human trial in the U.S., where therapists would give “experiential” doses of LSD to patients.
These underwater cypress trees are 60,000 years old, and may help pioneer new drug treatments.
To explain his lack of support for legalization, Joe Biden cited a line of reasoning at odds with federally approved science.