Extreme Cartel Violence Has Come to Mexico City
Vigilantes are threatening action as authorities seem unable to stop the rise of homicides and racketeering.
Jesus Would Have Been Cool with Weed, Says 'Christian Cannabis' Pastor
Craig Gross launched a new website to have a conversation with other evangelicals about using pot.
These are the Countries Most Likely to Legalize Weed Next
Mexico? Likely. India? Not so much.
The Weed Industry Is Burning Millions on DC Lobbyists and Getting Nowhere
Cannabis companies are learning that deep pockets aren't enough to influence Congress.
How Hippies Turned a College Town into 'The Dope Capital of the Midwest'
In the early 70s, far-left activists got the chance to govern Ann Arbor. The first thing they did was make weed essentially legal.
How Big U.S. Companies Are Selling Weed Vapes in the United Kingdom
We met J.J. O'Brien from vape giant PAX Labs to talk about bringing the PAX 3 to the U.K. and marketing a legal product to an illegal market.
Coca-Cola Heir Billionaire Arrested for Allegedly Filling Plane with Weed Plants
'Alki' David was arrested in St. Kitts after authorities allegedly found 5,000 cannabis plants, seeds, and CBD products on his private plane.
The Fascinating History of Mescaline, the OG Psychedelic
We spoke to writer Mike Jay about the drug's journey from prehistoric caves, through Aztecs, Mormons, Beat poets, Jean-Paul Sartre, and a British MP.
The Ethics of Taking the Drugs You Study
Should psychedelic scientists trip on the drugs they research?
Heroin Overdose Parties Are a Dehumanizing Myth
“Narcan parties” are just another part of the narrative that vilifies people who use the drugs our nation has chosen to criminalize.
Big Pharma’s Millions Won’t Solve the Opioid Crisis
Money from the first big opioid addiction settlement is being spent in the wrong places.
Ketamine Could Help Stop Suicidal Thoughts
A psychiatrist who is studying the drug explains.
When Should a Prescription Drug's Side Effects Count as a Disability?
“Part of me can kind of understand where they're coming from, but most of me doesn't.”
Risky Drugs Are Being Marketed to People With Mental Health Issues
"There is egregious overmedication with very dangerous antipsychotics for people who don't need them."