Restaurant Confessionals

How to Deal with Drug Abuse in the Kitchen

It was all over when I discovered a modified smoking vessel with some non-marijuana debris still in it deeply stashed in the restroom.
Restaurant Confessionals

Two Nights a Year, I Allow My Entire Kitchen to Do Tons of Drugs

Drugs are taboo in my kitchen, except on two nights a year: the night before King's Day, and New Year's Eve. On those nights, we go crazy.
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Baltimore's Streams Are Full of Meth

Researchers found amphetamines in water samples from six separate streams around the city, drastically altering the aquatic life.
VICE Staff

This Trafficking Gang Posed as a Fake Flower Business to Smuggle Drugs into the UK

The gang, from Holland and the northwest of the UK, was importing guns, weed, coke, MDMA, and heroin.
VICE Staff

How the War in Ukraine Is Causing a Rise in HIV Infections

Ukraine's drug addicts have always been at risk for deadly diseases, but the precarious economic situation and the war has only increased the danger of contagion.
Tomaso Clavarino

Is it Right to Lose Your License Over a Joint You Smoked Days Ago?

Australian police test for drug traces that might be days old. They're not testing if the person is fit to drive.
Paul Gregoire
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Fewer People Are Driving Drunk, But More Are Driving While on Drugs

A new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association found that 22 percent of all US drivers are stoned.
River Donaghey

Hitler and the Nazis Were Seriously into Their Amphetamines and Opiates

We had a chat with Norman Ohler, whose latest book, 'Der Totale Rausch,' explains the story behind the Nazis' "performance enhancing" drug habits.
Katharina Bloom
Modern Medicine

Amphetamine of the Year

Some doctors are afraid Vyvanse, originally prescribed for ADHD, will be abused now that it's also being used to treat binge eating disorder.
Alana Massey

London Has More Cocaine in Its Sewers Than Anywhere Else in Europe

The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction published the news today, after fishing test tubes full of turd juice out of the sewers of 50 major European cities.
Joel Golby

I Spent a Day with a Speed Dealer

Jon drives with one eye always fixated on the rearview mirror and his bags stuck to the inside of the car's back left wheel.
Andoni Lubaki

Banned in the US, Qat Juice Is Buzzing in Israel

The psychostimulant plant known as qat—which contains compounds that are chemically similar to ephedrine and amphetamines—is banned in the US and much of Europe. But in Israel, it's legal, prolific, and delicious to chew.
Ilan Ben Zion