We Asked Three Veteran Cops How to Reduce Police Shootings
Former cops offer ideas for how America can get its police shooting epidemic under control.
Scientists Developed a Way to Make DMT Trips Last Longer Than Ever
The new model still needs to be tested, but it could be a game-changer for one of the more intensely hallucinogenic psychedelics there is.
The Sordid Ways Death-Penalty States Obtain Execution Drugs
Executions have been hindered by an unlikely obstacle: the moral compass of the pharmaceutical industry.
Vermont’s Heroin Crackdown Could be Fueling Crack-Related Violence
Brutal incidents like a couple being lit on fire by apparent crack thieves suggest things could get even worse in a state known for its heroin woes.
'Suits' and 'Stoners' Are Fighting for the Soul of the Weed Industry
"There's no doubt that capitalism has moved the ball forward as far as marijuana legalization goes."
When Someone You Love Dies in Police Custody and They Blame 'Excited Delirium'
Many cops are taught that some people lose it, gain superhuman strength, and die. But is the condition real?
The Danger of Being a Sex Worker Whose Clients Are High
"I've played with someone's limp coke dick for an hour before. It sucked but... I needed the cash."
The World of Weed
Tagging Along with Brooklyn's Most Socially Conscious Vegan Weed Delivery Service
Cali calls her signature product "my Calicakes," but sometimes, she says, "I like to call them chronic super food."
The Anatomy of a Heroin Relapse
The transition from pills to heroin happened in the blink of an eye.
Can You Really Die from an MDMA Allergy?
As with all psychoactive substances, the vast majority of MDMA users get high without suffering significant health problems. Still, some people have adverse reactions to the drug, and it's not clear why.
Three Concepts You Need to Grasp if You Want to Know Whether to Legalize Drugs (Yes, Even Heroin)
Prohibition creates a vast investment bank for crimes like kidnapping.
A Neuroscientist Explains How He Found Out Meth Is Almost Identical to Adderall
A Columbia University psychiatry professor talks about what he's learned from trying the drug himself and studying it over the years.
Carl L. Hart