Drug violence is reaching tourist hot spots, driving young American spring breakers away. But are they the ones to blame for such violence?
Kids who smoke marijuana should not be sent to jail, said Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) in a recent interview with Fox News Sunday.
British police have launched a bizarre new campaign offering $1,500 for tips on weed growers — complete with scratch-and-sniff cards. But encouraging people to snitch won't win the drug war.
Since Washington state legalized marijuana possession of up to one ounce for people 21 and over, the work of drug-sniffing dogs has been lessened — and officers are retraining them as a result.
More states move forward on marijuana legislation while the federal government continues to drag its heels.
In 2004, then-Senator Obama said "we need to rethink and decriminalize our marijuana laws." Nearly a decade later, the president has failed to live up to his statement from his days as Senator.
As the Justice Department prepares to weigh in on marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington, former DEA Chiefs and the UN call for tough action. But how far can the Justice Department go?
After many clinical labs experimenting with medicinal uses for hallucinogens closed in the 1960s, research dwindled to a halt — until recently.