Historian Erika Dyck contextualizes the deep roots of and battles over LSD, psilocybin, and other psychoactive substances.
Maria Elena Reimers has been caught in legal limbo for years.
On Friday, the DEA unveiled a plan to restrict doctors' ability to prescribe controlled drugs over telehealth.
Plus: a listener question on prohibition and a lightning round on the editors' favorite Super Bowl moments
As the drug war retreats, individualist approaches to substance use and abuse will make us all better off.
The original formulation of OxyContin didn’t create the opioid crisis, argues psychiatrist Sally Satel, and removing it from the market didn’t make the problem go away.
There are no supervised injection facilities openly operating in the United States. That might change soon.
Cannabidiol is caught between two worlds.
The SITSA Act would turn the attorney general into the chief arbiter of what substances Americans can buy, sell, and put in their bodies.