Plus: A listener asks the editors to weigh in on a hypothetical executive order to establish an American Climate Corps.
The culprit is prohibition, not lax border policing.
The life-saving drug stops opioid overdoses as they happen, restoring breathing and preventing death. Why did it take so long for the FDA to expand its use?
The agency's action ignores the government's own role in creating a black market in the first place.
Here's an Officer Who Might Have Actually ODed From Fentanyl Contact—but Not Because He Just Touched It
A North Carolina detective may have inhaled a significant amount during a drug bust.
Less punitive responses to drug addiction are good, but what about people still stuck in federal prison?
A RAND report highlights the importance of new synthesis methods, cheap international shipping, and online distribution aided by privacy-protecting technologies.
Dyron Rashad Primus is serving 15 years for synthetic marijuana charges. That's absurd.
On the upside, agency promises to review over-the-counter drug rules, approve more new drugs, and liberate French dressing.
New data show the share of opioid-related fatalities involving fentanyl analogs is rising.
Plodding prohibitionists try once again to ban drugs that do not exist yet.
A 19-year-old man stabbed two strangers to death and tried to eat the face of one of them, once again provoking warnings about the "zombie drug" flakka.
Food is exempted, but what about catnip and flowers?
Contrary to overheated press reports, they were under the influence of nothing but religious fanaticism.
Captagon captures the imaginations of yellow journalists.
Flakka-fortified humans reportedly are stronger than Vulcans.
Five hallmarks of anti-drug hysteria
How could a drug Rudy Eugene never took make him chew off someone's face?
A Rogue Prosecutor Makes the Drug War Personal
Mario gives up mushrooms for Molly
Nothing beats the real stuff