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How does the drug trade work? Can it be stopped or should it be regulated? And what are the personal costs? Those are just some of the questions asked in this series, a comprehensive look at society's most abused drugs: cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana. First-person perspectives from traffickers, dealers, users, law enforcement and medical professionals detail how the drugs are processed and moved onto the streets, and the effects they have on the human body. It's a raw, eye-opening documentary about a billion-dollar industry.

Latest episodes

aired 96 days ago
In Denver, the cannabis industry is booming; with more medical marijuana dispensaries than Starbucks coffee shops, the city is fast becoming the U.S. capital of weed.
aired 96 days ago
A northern Philadelphia community is rampant with heroin, crack cocaine and PCP.
aired 103 days ago
Authorities struggle to cope with an estimated 60,000 people addicted to heroin in Baltimore, Md.
aired 103 days ago
The Dominican drug networks, tied to the Mexican cartel, are distributing narcotics in Boston and using Puerto Rican dealers as their middlemen to flood the city with heroin.
aired 105 days ago
Kingston, Jamaica, is under the control of sophisticated and warring drug gangs who manage drug trafficking and distribution at all levels.
aired 109 days ago
Suburban gang war, In Vancouver, drives some dealers and their customers to move downtown.
aired 110 days ago
Thousands of students head to Cancun, Mexico for Spring Break and some have only one thing on there mind: to get wasted.
aired 110 days ago
The drug of choice in Silicon Valley is cocaine, but a cop crackdown is pushing dealers and their programmer clients to meth.
aired 110 days ago
Gangs in the Dominican Republic have become key players in the shipment of cocaine as the route increases in preference to the land route across the Mexican border.
aired 110 days ago
Puerto Rico is a major gateway for South American cocaine bound for the U.S.
aired 110 days ago
Miami has been used to traffic drugs into the United States from Latin America.
aired 110 days ago
Thai police fight an addiction epidemic as popularity of meth-based pill Yaba spins out of control.
aired 110 days ago
In the 1960s, the city -- especially the gay community -- struggles to recover from a meth epidemic.
aired 116 days ago
When Pittsburgh police crack down on heroin, they inadvertently open the door for wannabe dealers that see a chance to muscle their way into the market with a killer brand.
aired 117 days ago
Outlaw bikers fight cops and Chinese Triads to keep control of the crystal meth trade.
aired 117 days ago
Dealers fight for center stage during festival time in Austin, Texas.
aired 117 days ago
With a city in decline and wealthy suburbs, Detroit is a drug dealer's dream.
aired 117 days ago
A potent strain of marijuana, California Sour Diesel, is helping fuel a drug underworld that stretches from coast to coast.
aired 117 days ago
The relationship between the million-dollar hip-hop industry and the billion-dollar drug industry; rappers in Calif. use drug money to pay for their studio time.
aired 123 days ago
Salt Lake City is one of the safest cities in the U.S. behind its idyllic veneer, it's in the grips of a drug epidemic.
aired 124 days ago
Music and drugs go hand in hand in Nashville.

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