In the early '70s, far-left activists got the chance to govern Ann Arbor. The first thing they did was make weed essentially legal.
One researcher wants to find out how the drug works — to make other mental health treatments
Joss Sackler's husband and his family are accused of making billions off the opioid crisis. Does she get to be a rebel without a cause?
In low, pharmaceutical-grade doses, meth may actually repair and protect the brain in certain circumstances.
The 2020 hopeful connected the dots between drug addiction and corporate greed, and "Trump country" took notice.
This Facebook group is giving recovering addicts a way to laugh at themselves.
In 2001, a smugglers’ yacht washed up in the Azores and disgorged its contents. The island of São Miguel was quickly flooded with high-grade cocaine — and nearly 20 years on, it is still feeling the effects.
Teilya Brunet spent her childhood in and out of foster homes as her mother struggled with addiction. Now, after years of dealing with issues of her own, she's learning to fight back.
It's the first US city to decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms.
Scientists are working to eliminate paranoia and anxiety, well-known side-effects for those who smoke weed.
How the infamous little blue pill is fighting back against generic competitors.
The origins of the War on Drugs in the US go back more than a century and are mired in complicated history. However, the story of the ban on cannabis in Amer...
A new study says that LSD, mushrooms, DMT and other psychedelics can trigger "god" experiences and positive life changes.
One new study confirms marijuana smokers prefer junk food, but another finds they are actually a bit thinner than non-users.
It feels intuitive to compare caffeine and nicotine, two drugs made by plants that can produce a bit of a buzz. But intuition isn’t the only thing at the root of that association: a concerted public relations effort by Big Tobacco has helped make it stick.
He looked like Sammy Hagar, preached like Billy Graham, and brought a 350-pound tiger to church. Then he shot heroin with his son and was busted at the border for running drugs for a Mexican cartel.
Due to a legislative error, Ireland went full Scarface for two days back in 2015.
Snoop Dogg, Killer Mike, Damian Marley, Chuck D, DMC and others talk about the long interplay between weed and music.
Never eat pot chocolate on a third date, and other lessons about love.
On "Last Week Tonight" last night, Oliver revisited the opioid crisis. Shining a light on the reprehensible actions of the president of Purdue Pharma Richard Sackler, Oliver invited celebrities who have played infamous drug kingpins to read some of Sackler's e-mails.
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