How the US Stopped a Possible Solution to the Heroin Epidemic
Before America's War on Drugs, the "British System" was successful in keeping addiction rates low and drug-associated crime nonexistent.
This Man Took 140 Drugs and Wrote a Harm Reduction Bible
We spoke to Dominic Milton Trott about 'The Honest Drugs Book.'
Drug Experts React to People's Stupid Vacation Drug Stories
Buying drugs overseas is not a good idea.
The Great American Xanax Legacy
How the drug went from a medication for middle-class Americans to being glorified by a range of hip-hop artists.
This Is Your Body on Xanax
What's going on in your body and brain 24 hours after taking the drug? What about two weeks?
How Xanax Became the British Teenager's Drug of Choice
With counterfeit Xanax readily available on the dark web, a generation of teenagers have found out the hard way that the pills aren't as easygoing as they first thought.
How Colombia's Largest Coke Bust Will Affect Supply Worldwide
We did some math and talked to drug policy experts about how the latest 12-ton haul would affect global consumers.
When Drugs Fuck You Up Forever
Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder is a condition that can leave drug users experiencing hallucinations for the rest of their lives.
I Spent a Month Testing Comedown Cures
And absolutely tortured myself in the process.
Embarrassed Pill Takers Tell Us Their Worst Ecstasy Stories
Pills contain more MDMA than ever at the moment, which is obviously going to have some repercussions.
The Elusive 'Afterglow,' MDMA's Blissful Comedown High
For most people, life is not good after a night of taking MDMA. For the rare few, it's total bliss.