The war on drugs has a new front, and so far it appears to be a losing one.
Earlier this month, the Mexican government arrested three high-ranking Army generals "including a former second in command at the Defense Ministry.
The RCMP is planning to ease Canadians into the idea of United States law enforcement agents pursuing suspects across the land border and onto Canadian soil through “baby steps,” say two top Mounties.
Villagers say the drug bust that left four passengers of a riverboat dead after helicopters mistakenly fired on civilians continued into the predawn hours when commandos, including some they think were Americans, raided their town. One chopper lan
A month after the Secret Service was rocked by allegations that agents brought prostitutes to a Colombia hotel where they were preparing for a visit by President Obama, the Drug Enforcement Administration today announced that at least three of its ag
"Now, he has not left this to states' rights," Jillette posited. "As you know, medical marijuana... you can get in California, and the feds are coming in to try to stop this. States' rights don't mean jack sh*t to the Obama administration on anything
At 5:30 a.m. on May 10, armed men broke into the bedroom of Kirk Kyle Farrar’s 12 year-old daughter and shook her awake. The men led her downstairs at gunpoint and forced her to lie on the floor next to her mother and father, with her hands behind he
When the Brown County, Wis., Drug Task Force arrested her son Joel last February, Beverly Greer started piecing together his bail. She used part of her disability payment and her tax return. Joel Greer's wife also chipped in, as did his brother an
American security forces are "persona non grata," say angry Honduran activists
Former state judge Ellen Rosenblum’s win basically ensures she will become the state’s first female attorney general in November, as Republicans have not fielded an official candidate.
Police in Minnesota are picking people up and giving them drugs as part of a DRE program. After getting them high, the cops drop them off near Occupy Minnesota. This is raw footage of various exchanges between officers and participants in the experim
Forty-nine mutilated bodies have been found dumped by a roadside near the city of Monterrey in northern Mexico.
In 2007 the DEA reclassified iodine as a controlled substance and named Polar Pure in particular as a product that was of concern to the DEA. The DEA told Wallace and Ottenberg, they could continue to operate their business but they would have to pay
Bogeymen like Iran and drug cartels are the pretext, while maintaining hegemony is the goal
The Bronx District Attorney has opened an investigation into the actions and statements of Bronx police officers after a video surfaced that contradicts their statements as to the actions of 19-year-old Jateik Reed, who was beaten in the course of an
The United States military has brought lessons from the past decade of conflict to the drug war being fought in the wilderness of Miskito Indian country, constructing this remote base camp with little public notice but with the support of the Hondura
After Daniel Chong was arrested in a federal drug raid, he wasn’t taken to Gitmo. Instead, the Feds thoughtfully arranged to bring Gitmo to him, nearly torturing him to death in the process. Chong, a senior at the University of California-San Dieg
Daniel Chong, the 23-year-old student at UC San Diego who was left in a Drug Enforcement Agency holding cell for 5 days without food or water, has filed a $20 million lawsuit against the agency. “The deprivation of food and water for four and one-hal
Daniel Chong, a 24-year old student at UC San Diego, was taken into custody during a drug raid and abandoned in a holding cell for 5 days without food or water. “They never came back, ignored all my cries and I still don’t know what happened,” he sai
A man taken into custody during a drug raid was left in a holding cell for 5 days, possibly without food or water. The DEA says the suspect was accidentally left in one of the cells. During that time, he somehow gained access to methamphetamine.
In Nuevo Laredo, children do time with the cartels.
Long famous for "coffee shops" where joints and cappuchinos share the menu, the Netherlands' famed tolerance for drugs could be going up in smoke.
Hemispheric meeting ended without final declaration but leaders discussed thorny issues.
How the Obama administration talks to its neighbors about drugs.
The University of Colorado will be on lockdown this Friday, complete with campus police conducting checkpoints and demanding proper ID from everyone in sight.
The University of Colorado in Boulder hopes sealing off the campus will help it snuff out the popular pot smoking event called 4/20. Last April 20 approximately 10,000 people attended the annual smoke fest.
The U.S. Supreme Court was to hear arguments Tuesday on whether a law reducing sentences for crack cocaine covers those awaiting sentencing when it was passed.
Conservatives in Guatemala and Colombia are pushing for a new approach to the drug war at the Summit of the Americas.
President Obama continued his opposition towards legalizing drugs, including marijuana, this weekend ahead of the Summit of Americans in Colombia. In an interview with Univision’s Enrique Acevedo for Al Punto, Obama said that although he was open t
A subtle revolt against U.S. antidrug policy is spreading within the top echelons of Latin American governments and promises to be on display this weekend at a hemispheric gathering at which U.S. President Barack Obama will meet with the rest of the