Cancun’s murder rate reached staggering new heights earlier this month after 14 people were murdered in just 36 hours. Five others sustained gunshot wounds in six separate incidents. Continue reading DRUG WAR BLAMED FOR 14 MURDERS IN 36 HOURS IN MEXICAN PARTY TOWN
The Trump administration may introduce legislation that seeks the death penalty for drug dealers. Continue reading Trump Administration Is Reportedly Looking to Allow the Death Penalty for Drug Dealers
The cannabis industry registered $1.23 billion in investments for January, according to Viridian Cannabis Deal Tracker. The total represents an almost 600 percent growth from the $178 million in the first five weeks of 2017. While it’s no secret that the cannabis industry has turned out to be a money-making machine, what made last month’s numbers even more remarkable was that they nearly eclipsed the investments of $1.29 billion from all of last year.
Nearly four months after Tom Petty died at the age 66, the Los Angeles County coroner has revealed the singer’s cause of the death.
Last summer, police in Bucks County, Pennsylvania picked up a man carrying an unmarked vial of red liquid. During questioning, the 33-year-old explained that the vial contained human blood and fentanyl, a painkiller 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine. The liquid’s street name: “BLOOD.” (All-caps is apparently the going style for the substance’s street name, but we’ll stick to “Blood” from this point forward because frankly, using BLOOD over and over again makes this article look like it was written by the Count from “Sesame Street”.)
A new report on Aaron Hernandez’s death says drugs were not a factor at the time of his death, refuting previous reports about the circumstances surrounding his suicide.
For millennia, psychonauts have ingested both natural and man-made substances to see the world in new ways. Now, brain scans and other studies reveal how these buzz-builders work, helping scientists harness their power for good and expose the roots of addiction.