Bags of dope are being sold for as little as $5 in the Keystone State.
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Michael Brown's killer has been on administrative leave and has no intentions of showing up for any cases this year.
The new regulations will equalize THC levels in edibles and restrict cultivation, and that has some store owners worried.
California has put into law a bill that will equalize sentences for crack and powder cocaine offenders.
Suboxone seemed like a get-out-of-jail-free card, the answer to my opiate addiction. Instead, I had a new ten-year addiction, complete with thinning hair and lost motivation.
AA encourages members to admit their wrongs, past and present. But are the rooms of recovery as sacred as a church's confessional booth?
Michael Phelps 'deeply sorry' for DUI arrest, man on drugs drowns dog with a bowling ball, and smuggler busted at airport with cocaine in shoes.
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New research adds further urgency to the movement for government-sanctioned medical cannabis.
It has been almost three decades since Stevie Nicks checked into rehab for her cocaine abuse. As the singer prepared to kick off Fleetwood Mac’s latest tour—their first performance is on Tuesday in Minneapolis—she discussed the destructive time in her life.
A pair of scientists claimed in the New England Journal of Medicine that electronic cigarettes can alter brain chemistry like cocaine.
As he shut the door, I smelled the faint whiff of cooked cocaine. I knew it, I thought to myself. It felt like I'd just won a prize.
This is the second time the Olympic star has been busted for driving under the influence.
To make it in the porn industry, male performers juice up on ED meds. Many end up dependent on them—and some end up in the emergency room.
Though ranking 24th in literacy and dead last among developed nations in healthcare, the U.S. is number one when it comes to taking prescription drugs.
In a surprising turn, students in one Oregon school district actually want to get tested for drugs.
Serafin Zambada, son of Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada, could face life in prison.