MDMA

The Molly-coddled octopuses were "very playful, doing water acrobatics."
Rafael Caro Quintero, aka “The Prince,” is a fugitive on the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s most-wanted list. The alleged leader of the world’s most powerful drug cartel gave an interview while hiding.
A new crowdfunding campaign seeks to raise $2 million to advance promising research that the government has largely neglected.
by Don Lattin, originally published on californiamag.org Writer Ayelet Waldman was teaching a class on drug policy reform
The group's goal is to complete the laborious process and win approval of MDMA as a prescription generic drug by 2021. Meanwhile, more veterans and others who have suffered after traumatic events such as rape will be eligible for participation in the studies.
"Without the treatment, he would not have survived the night."
A new review of studies finds that LSD, psilocybin and MDMA hold potential for treating mental illness.
Why are some drugs legal and some prohibited? Why do we arrest approximately 600,000 Americans each year for marijuana possession, but sell tobacco and alcohol on most corners? Why do we lock up people who use meth for years, and dole out the similar drug Ritalin to our children?