The Radical New Fentanyl Trend That Could Save Lives and Screw Dealers

One $5 or $10 fatal dose could become dozens or even hundreds of nonfatal highs.

Maia Szalavitz

Gritty Photos of the Highs and Lows of Mexico City's Underground Nightlife

"My most creative and calm moments happen at night while the fucking bureaucrats sleep."

Miss Rosen

This 'Hypocritical' Loophole Can Get You Busted for Weed in NYC

A new policy of lenience in America's largest city is being enforced in strange ways.

Raven Rakia

Your Grandma Might Be a Drug Mule, Canadian Government Warns

Senior citizens are being targeted by traffickers to smuggle drugs, a new report says.

Manisha Krishnan

Undercover Cops Tell Us About Times Their Covers Could Have Been Blown

"Are you guys cops?" he asked. "If you are…" he added, touching my forehead with his two fingers, imitating a gun. "Pop! Pop!"

Nick Chester

Take Part in the World's Biggest Anonymous Drugs Survey

The Global Drug Survey wants to understand how people take drugs and help them do so in the safest way possible.

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Life After Heroin Is Beautiful and Boring

One of the hardest lessons around being sober is learning to appreciate the ordinary, the mundane, and the normal.

Hannah Brooks

'Pink Sunshine,' Today's Comic by Reginald Pean

Pink Panther, the Devil, and death all taking acid together in this trippy comic.

Reginald Pean

Competitive Psychedelic Users Are Chasing 'Ego Death' and Losing Their Sense of Self

More and more psychonauts are looking for the ultimate high, but some are ruining their minds in the process.

James Nolan

Trump's Wall Could Just Cause Mexican Cartels to Make Better Weed

Since the advent of legal weed, traffic across the US-Mexico border is no longer one-way.

Deborah Bonello

What It's Like to Run the Biggest Drug Encyclopedia in the World

Kenan Sulayman's website PsychonautWiki is an online resource for information on more than 300 hallucinogens.

Eric van den Berg

It's a Really Good Time to Be a Weed Smuggler

Legalizing marijuana has hurt the black market within those states—but opened up more possibilities for cross-state smugglers.

Hayley Fox
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