For three decades, Joaquín Guzmán mercilessly reigned over the drug trade – but the narco couldn't stay on top forever
From proper dosing to odor control to public-consumption boundaries, our guide to life out of the cannabis closet
From celebrating psychedelics to investigating the War on Drugs, Rolling Stone has covered the nation’s relationship with narcotics from the start
As politicians reframe marijuana as a criminal justice debate, many are jumping on board – even those who might have presidential aspirations
New bill would deschedule marijuana, incentivize state legalization and punish states that disproportionately lock up minorities and the poor
People of color have been largely left out of the Green Rush – but this Bay Area city has a plan to turn that around
Anti-drug curriculum has been criticized for being ineffective
With El Chapo behind bars, an even more dangerous drug lord has emerged. On the hunt for Mexico's next-generation narco
"Marijuana laws in America are broken," said Sen. Cory Booker, reintroducing a bill that would let some state weed laws supersede federal prohibition
New four-part docuseries dives into links between CIA, DEA and military, providing "secret history of the past 50 years."
Convicted of terrorism and murder, Velasquez was released from prison after 23 years and has big plans. But can he move on from his hitman past?
U.S. Attorney General penned letter to Congress in May linking marijuana to "historic drug epidemic"
After the governor vetoed a weed legalization bill in May, legislators are left to answer his concerns. But will they make their summer deadline?
With anti-marijuana Governor Chris Christie's departure quickly approaching, advocates in the state are getting ready for full legalization
Gene Simmons, Pee-Wee Herman and Corey Feldman all did their part in the Reagan war on drugs