Admitted drug addicts and dealers were among the hundreds of thousands of people and businesses the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) licensed to manufacture, distribute or prescribe pharmaceuticals over the past 12 years, a Daily Caller News Fou
Opioid-related statistics reveal the U.S. has an enormous problem on its hands.
After keeping a video secret for five years, the world is now finally seeing how the DEA can kill innocent people and get away with it.
Journalist Bill Whitaker at 60 Minutes interviewed whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi. Your Congressional members passed a voice vote to disempower DEA from prosecuting the three major pharmaceutical companies that distribute those drugs.
The U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday it tapped Robert Patterson, a career investigator, to temporarily lead the Drug Enforcement Administration, after the drug office's previous acting chief stepped down.
More and more people are wondering where they can safely buy cannabis oil with THC. Understandable, because this age-old home remedy can help tremendously in numerous disorders including cancer. Moreover, contrary to most regular medicines it has lit
Why is there one set of criminal laws for the private sector and another set for U.S. officials?
When Richard Nixon decided to bring the War on Drugs into full force, he signed Reorganization Plan No. 2, in 1973, which established the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
After it waged a veritable war against cannabis legalization in Arizona, coughing up half a million dollars for the campaign, Insys Therapeutics recently announced the ultimate victory has finally come to fruition: the DEA approved one of the company
A former "chief propagandist" for the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), now turned cannabis advocate, made startling comments at the recent Marijuana for Medical Professionals Conference in Denver, Colorado. There, Belita Nelson described what many
The DEA struck again, this time moving to make CBD oil, a life-saving medicinal substance derived from the cannabis plant, a Schedule I narcotic -- an act so defying logic and against the public interest, it all but proves the agency's fealty to B
In the late evening of December 15, 2014, agents of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration descended on a hotel in Podgorica, Montenegro, to take into custody a man arrested by local authorities for arms trafficking.
The internet exploded in September when America's Drug Enforcement Agency announced it would outlaw kratom--a mildly popular plant native to Southeast Asia.
It's no secret that the Drug Enforcement Administration relies heavily on an army of confidential sources -- men and women compelled, coerced, or enticed to share information with law enforcement, sometimes to alleviate their own legal troubles, s
The use of marijuana for medical purposes is now legal in 25 states and, as of this writing, two additional states (Arkansas and Florida) have pending legislation or ballot measures to legalize medical marijuana.1
Forty-five years after the drug war was declared by President Richard Nixon, the United States leads the world in both recreational drug usage and incarceration rates.
This headline is not hyperbole. When the Drug Enforcement Administration outlaws kratom by making it a Schedule I substance on September 30, it will be setting off waves of overdoses and suicides that will claim thousands of lives. And they are fully
It's about corporate profits, plain and simple. Specifically big pharma's. It's not bad enough that opiates are killing people en masse. The DEA wants to make sure there are no "legal" natural alternative painkillers left.
Think the police state isn't catching up to us all? Just better hope that nothing happens to you, even if you aren't doing anything wrong… because authorities are now combing through travel data and flagging anyone who might be carrying cash.