Trump shows how little he cares about "the blacks"
Since being criminalized in 1966, the classic psychedelic drug has shaped culture – but it's been reshaped as well
Like predecessors spice and bath salts, deadly chemical U4 has made its way from foreign labs to American drug users
Rapper chronicles failures from mandatory minimums and unfair enforcement to skewed benefits of legalization
Animal tranquilizer that's fatal to humans has been turning up in heroin batches across the country – and killing unsuspecting users as it goes
Isabelle Lagace and Melina Roberge documented their alleged drug-smuggling journey on Instagram – and that wasn't even their biggest mistake
Trump's potential VP pick may offer ballast to his ticket, but he clearly does not offer balance
California's Adult Use of Marijuana Act could have ramifications far beyond the state's borders
Gary Johnson wants voters to know he's neither Trump nor Clinton — and that's why they should vote for him
After 45 years, more than $1 trillion wasted, and the creation of the world's largest prison system, America still lacks the political will to change its failed drug policy
Now that Rubio is out, every candidate of both parties at least supports states' rights to decide on legal weed
Reagan lent her name to an assortment of causes, but none more worthless than "Just Say No"
Zachary Kramer has admitted that he distributed drugs that made his fellow students sick this past February
A pair of neuroscience majors helped their fellow students experiment with MDMA and other drugs — but at what price?
Celebrated crime writer Don Winslow continues his secret history of the War on Drugs in his disturbing and important new novel, 'The Cartel'