narcotics

Drugs

Why Some Meth and DMT Users Are Using Vapes

There’s little research on the safety of vaping drugs beyond nicotine and cannabis, but that hasn’t stopped people from trying.
Richard Greenhill
8.30.18
Noisey

Brujeria's Gory Deathgrind Debut Inspired a Generation of Latinx Metalheads

25 years later, Latinx band members past and present look back on 'Matando Güeros,' the group’s unflinching 1993 Satanic narco-grind LP.
Gary Suarez
8.22.18
Drugs

China is Using Mass Pee and Poo Surveillance to Police Illegal Drug Use

Police in dozens of Chinese cities are sifting through human waste to track narcotics rings and drug programs.
Sarah Emerson
7.17.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Rose McGowan Says Arrest Warrant Is an Attempt to 'Silence' Her

The actress and outspoken Harvey Weinstein accuser called the warrant for felony drug possession "a load of horseshit."
Drew Schwartz
10.31.17
Vice News Tonight

Inside the first court designed to keep opioid addicts alive

Antonia Hylton
8.7.17
Pregnancy

Pregnant Women Are Being Arrested for Crimes They Didn't Know They Committed

In the United States, state-level legislation is being used to prosecute pregnant women who use drugs—violating their civil rights and making it impossible for them to get the help they need.
Kimberly Lawson
5.23.17
How Not to Die

You Can Now Buy Anti-Overdose Meds Along With Your Toilet Paper

Kroger is selling an easy-to-use nasal spray that can save lives.
Susan Rinkunas
1.31.17
Meducation

People Are Stealing Drugs Prescribed to Pets

Veterinarians want to get ahead of this disturbing pattern.
Susan Rinkunas
1.18.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Someone Shipped $55 Million Worth of Cocaine to a Coca-Cola Factory

A Coca-Cola plant in France opened a shipping container that was supposed to be full of juice and discovered around 800 pounds of blow.
Matthew James-Wilson
8.31.16
Crime & Drugs

Cops try to solve Chicago's murder problem by rounding up gang suspects

With bodies continuing to pile up in Chicago, police targeted 15 different gang factions in a series of raids that led to more than 100 arrests.
Keegan Hamilton
8.20.16
Drugs

Can You Reverse the Long-Term Effects of Drugs by Being Healthy?

We went through a few of the world's favorite substances—booze, weed, coke, MDMA, NOS, and ketamine—to examine how you can mitigate the damage they cause to your body.
Jack Blocker
8.8.16
Crime & Drugs

The police can't track your cellphone without a warrant, judge rules

DEA agents located a suspect's apartment using StingRay, a cell phone surveillance device, then they found narcotics. Now a judge says the evidence shouldn't be permissible in court.
Tess Owen
7.13.16
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