Drugs

Mexico's President Must Not Ignore This Mass Grave of College Kids—or the Corruption It Represents
October 10, 2014

43 students were marched to their deaths—by cops acting on orders from above.

The Terrible War on Pregnant Drug Users
July 17, 2014

A large group of women are at risk of prosecution under such statutes, which virtually every leading health organization opposes.

San Francisco Mapped Every Brothel, Opium Den, and Gambling Parlor During a Moral Panic in the 1880s
The ugly motive behind a beautiful diagram of old Chinatown
July 02, 2014

The ugly motives behind a beautiful diagram of 1880s Chinatown 

Marijuana Might Make You a Worse Driver Than Alcohol Does
June 10, 2014

Driving stoned is still safer than driving drunk, right? Don't be so sure.

We Need a Strong Prison System
But we need to imprison people for fewer crimes and for less time
May 24, 2014

The American prison system isn't getting results. 

Ivy Leaguers Twice as Likely as Other Students to Use Drugs as Study Aids
April 30, 2014

Approximately one in five students at an Ivy League college misuses a prescription stimulant to get ahead academically.

Queen Victoria Took Medicinal Marijuana
February 21, 2014

People who study drugs and human society can arrive at curious historical theories.

A New Study Says Medical Marijuana Reduces Suicide
February 03, 2014

Suicide rates drop up to 11 percent when states legalizing medical marijuana.

This Is What the Average Medical Marijuana User Looks Like
January 09, 2014

For starters, they've smoked pot before.

I Embedded with a Community of Meth Users
December 23, 2013

Adderall is middle-class meth—and other lessons from embedding with meth users

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