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Not like that should surprise anyone. But the latest numbers from the UN's Office on Drugs and Crime really hammer it home.
Thought to be driven by rural prescription drug abuse, a new CDC report suggests that the problem is nearly as bad in the cities.
Self-styled chocolate alchemist Brian Wallace wants you to forget everything you think you know about cacao.
The GIF that captures the essence of Rob Ford, Toronto's cracked-out, city-destroying mayor.
Yes, you can still get raided for picking up (or selling) cheap smokes, olive oil, or replica Vietnam-era helmets on the dark net.
The admin gave us early access to version 2.0.
Guy Fawkes' quartered remains are rolling in whatever ditch they were tossed in.
Like really, really easy.
Naturally, people are hot pissed.
"Where is DR MDA? Dude had the sweetest MDMA, amazing shit and a great price. Is he on another marketplace now?"
How's this for blowing one's wad?
Workers at a container terminal in Antwerp began to wonder why entire containers—containing cargo like bananas and timber—were disappearing from the port.
The alleged Silk Road founder's government-appointed attorney told him to keep quiet. But he's speaking out anyway, damnit.
Superbugs be warned.
The US-backed regime, the country's economic stability, law enforcement, and terrorist insurgents are all tangled up in the illegal drug trade.
The hangover continues.
Shortly before the darknet drug site Atlantis shut down, one user talked about his aspirations as a dealer.
More evidence that the War on Drugs has been a huge mess.
The darknet's drug marketplace apparently wasn't big enough for the both of them.
But even after passing through sewage treatment plants, water otherwise considered safe enough to drink or be discharged into waterways without risk of pollution still can contain remnants of drugs and anti-bacterial soaps.
Once Apple announces its new phones on Tuesday at 1pm, two young men from Cincinnati are hopeful that their camping trip will only last another week or so.