The cycle of outrage people have over whatever drug is fashionable hasn't gotten us any closer to figuring out why people abuse narcotics.
A law proposal that aims to increase the number of needle exchange programmes in Sweden has been approved.
Breaking down how we decide which kinds of pleasure are acceptable and which ones are not OK.
Prohibition creates a vast investment bank for crimes like kidnapping.
A Columbia University psychiatry professor talks about what he's learned from trying the drug himself and studying it over the years.
Governments around the world aren't making any great strides, so it looks like drug users are going to have to take it upon themselves.
We went to 9/20, the Psilocybin Mushroom Day, where conference-goers waxed poetic about the spiritual and medical value of tripping balls.
Exploring how British "drug dens" have changed since all the media interest a decade ago.
What will become of the young men setting up shop outside East London's night clubs?
"Even in the vernacular of what cops secretly think is fair, this is bullshit, this is a horror show."
A recent government crackdown has made dealers and users nervous, but it hasn't stopped people from getting high in the Chinese capital.
Another Obama administration official acknowledges the absurdity of federal drug policies.