For three decades, Joaquín Guzmán mercilessly reigned over the drug trade – but the narco couldn't stay on top forever
From celebrating psychedelics to investigating the War on Drugs, Rolling Stone has covered the nation’s relationship with narcotics from the start
"I would like to apologize to all athletes who have had gold and silver medals snatched from them," Russia's athletics boss said on Thursday
As politicians reframe marijuana as a criminal justice debate, many are jumping on board – even those who might have presidential aspirations
European programs offer medical-grade heroin for users to inject under strict supervision, and it's helping – so why won't it happen in the U.S.?
From 'Rain Man' references to Jay-Z lyrics, the craziest moments from the trial against "America's most hated man"
People of color have been largely left out of the Green Rush – but this Bay Area city has a plan to turn that around
It's been two weeks since recreational pot went on sale, and there's plenty of product in the state – so why are dispensaries worried they'll run out?
With El Chapo behind bars, an even more dangerous drug lord has emerged. On the hunt for Mexico's next-generation narco
From the origins of John Singleton's bold look at Eighties' crack epidemic to why it's already attracting controversy
Special K, a Vietnam-era anesthetic favored by ravers looking for an intense high, is being given another chance – this time as legitimate medication
After the governor vetoed a weed legalization bill in May, legislators are left to answer his concerns. But will they make their summer deadline?
President among politicians, celebrities and food items used to refer to illegal drugs, according to new survey
Gene Simmons, Pee-Wee Herman and Corey Feldman all did their part in the Reagan war on drugs
Presidential budget released this week proposes slashing Medicaid by as much as $1.4 trillion