Has the $1 trillion War on Drugs finally run its course?
An ex-CIA agent has admitted in court that the U.S. government and the CIA have been smuggling drugs for the past 60 years, and control the Afghan opium trade.
A majority of American police officers now believe cannabis laws should be relaxed, and nearly one-third support full legalization of the plant, according to a new survey.
100% compostable cannabis-infused coffee pods that can be used in Keurig brewers are hitting markets in a couple of months.
Massachusetts was one of four states to legalize recreational cannabis at the ballot box Nov. 8, and some lawmakers are taking the cause of freedom even further. Sen. Jamie Eldridge is working to craft a bill that would free some of those in jail for
Visitors coming into town for the inauguration may be greeted with an offer for a free joint.
The legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado has led to some interesting developments in the war on drugs. According to a video segment on Fox News, seizures of marijuana flowing out of Colorado into neighboring states has risen from 58 in
(NaturalNews) The common belief that marijuana users are, if anything, more careful than the average driver when behind the wheel appears to hold true, according to recent research.
A Court of Appeals in Phoenix delivered a ruling on Thursday that could set a precedent as legal systems grapple with the question of driving under the influence of cannabis.
The Oscar-winning legend credits cannabis with reducing his fibromyalgia pain and wants to see it legalized across the board.
(NaturalNews) If you are 21 years of age or older and a Massachusetts resident, recreational marijuana is now legal for you after the law went into effect on Thursday, December 15, 2016. Massachusetts is the first state in the densely-populated U.S.
The results are absolutely astounding.
arrest the people they sell it to. (NaturalNews) When Big Government goes off the rails, it's almost like they're smoking crack. In this case, that's not far from the truth: The Albuquerque Police Department now plans to manufacture crack cocai
This past week, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced that synthetic CBD oil, a non-psychotropic extract, would become a Schedule I drug as of December 14.
According to data from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the prevalence of anxiety disorders in the U.S. may be as high as 40 million, or about 18 percent of the population over the age of 18, making it the most common mental illness in
A massive raid was carried out by the FBI on Thursday of Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office and the Hammond Police Department. The raids were part of a year-long investigation into a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency task force accused of a massive con
According to the DEA, the problem with cannabis in the United States isn't that it's still designated a dangerous drug with no medicinal value in spite of volumes of emerging scientific research indicating otherwise.
(NaturalNews) John Stewart was at the helm of Purdue Pharma in 2013. He was in the business of making Oxycontin, a prescription opioid painkiller that has addicted an estimated 1.9 million Americans and led to countless overdose deaths.
(NaturalNews) Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr may have helped open up a dialogue regarding the use of medicinal marijuana in the NBA and other sports leagues, after speaking out about his own experiences with cannabis, which he used twice in a
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said Friday troops will remain in the streets to combat drug violence after his defense minister issued a rare complaint about the controversial deployment.
Those members of government who are willing to challenge the status quo and stand against injustice are few and far between. Those members of government who not only stand against injustice but take action to reverse are all but entirely mythical. Ho
Trump's pick for Homeland Security, Gen. John Kelly, comes back to government fresh off his last assignment as commander of the US military's Southern Command (SOCOM). Will he bring his experience using the US military to fight the drug war in Centra
Watch FFF policy adviser James Bovard present his perspectives on why America needs to end the war on drugs. This presentation is part of FFF's Drug War Video Project, whose aim is to accelerate the end of this immoral and destructive government pr
The United States has shifted millions of dollars in funding for Philippines law enforcement away from police drug control programs, State Department officials said on Monday, since the start of the country's bloody crackdown on drugs this summer.
This economist believes that if all drugs - including cocaine, meth and heroin - were legalized, peoples' sense of well-being would increase. Do you agree?
"The war on drugs has failed," the editors of the peer-reviewed British Medical Journal declared this week, arguing that doctors should lead the global effort to reform drug policy.
Report says prohibition has had 'little or no impact' on rate of drug use
RMR - Guest: Dr. Dustin Sulak: Cannabis The Truth (11/21/2016)
Doctors have an "ethical responsibility" to back the legalization of drugs, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has advised for the first time.
Watch Future of Freedom Foundation policy adviser Laurence Vance presents his perspectives on why America needs to end the war on drugs.