The ruthless cartel leader defined three decades of drug violence in Mexico – and a new show helps recast him as our latest cultural criminal obsession
"If we don't address what we're doing with energy...we're probably not going to be here in this present form for much longer," says author
Comedy Central series returns in August for fourth season
From Bob Dylan and Rihanna to Bill Gates and Cameron Diaz, here's what a lot of famous people think about weed
"The people have been pretty clear that this is something they don't want the federal government to interfere with," says Rep. Blumenauer
Justin Trudeau introduced a bill that would make marijuana legal – but what will that look like, and what will it mean for the U.S.?
If passed, Canada would be first developed nation to fully legalize pot since the War on Drugs began in the Seventies
A new documentary explores the bizarre and brutal reality of working for the world's largest drug syndicate
More powerful than heroin, morphine or fentanyl, the new designer opioid has killed dozens in America so far
A bill in New Mexico could make medical marijuana available for opioid addicts – but with the science still inconclusive, will it become a law?
Attorney general says marijuana is "only slightly less awful" than heroin
Author Norman Ohler on his new book 'Blitzed' and how methamphetamine, oxycodone and morphine fueled the Third Reich
How some doctors are risking everything to unleash the healing power of MDMA, ayahuasca and other hallucinogens
From fighting climate change to funding Planned Parenthood, the public has never been so out of step with a president
From questioning the conditions of his incarceration to the extradition itself, the drug kingpin's hearing shed light on the case's many complexities