In a UK where legal narcotics were tightly regulated, would former dealers move into other areas of crime, or pack it all in?
In US states where weed is popular and partially decriminalised, its illegal status means profit margins are high – good news for dealers.
'Breaking Bad' is probably the best known pop-culture example of a drug merchant's life getting turned inside-out, but it happens to ordinary people the world over. We interviewed several about how dealing complicated their lives and relationships.
'Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars' has got me moving acid and coke across Liberty City. But how do my exploits measure up to the real thing?
When I was growing up, drug dealers always seemed to have cushy jobs that were a license to print money. But what are the actual economics behind the legal and illegal sides of the marijuana industry?
A story about Florida, marijuana, mistaken assumptions, and how I ended up trying to interview a jail inmate while high as balls.
"Are you looking for my grandma? She's not home but if you want stuff, I can sell it to you," said the boy who opened the apartment's door.
For Lambeth council, clamping down on NOS canister litter is an easier win that honing in on the borough's real drug issues.
Tanayah Sam was about to be charged for armed robbery, before skipping bail and heading to Yemen to study Islam – a decision that saved his life.
"All the stereotypes are true," a dealer and model agent told us. "They aren't even stereotypes—they're just true."
It's cheap, works wonders in a brawl and it used to be distributed to neo-Nazi troops during WWII.
I used to deal various drugs to my classmates, their friends and kids as young as 14. I was supposed to go to state prison, but I didn't.