Colombian Devil's Breath – also known as scopolamine – puts people into a trance-like state, in which they can be coerced to hand over thousands of pounds worth of valuables to criminals.
Two-thirds of all those fleeing to Greece land on the small island of Lesvos – just one stage on their long, arduous journey to find sanctuary in mainland Europe.
A large crowd staged a protest outside the station a day after thousands of migrants and refugees were allowed onto trains bound for Germany and Austria.
Many exotic animals can be obtained legally in Mexico, a system condemned by critics as "inhumane." And these pets have become status symbols for drug-traffickers looking to flaunt their wealth and power.
The protesters hope to remain locked up inside the double-decker bus sized beast until Shell stop drilling in the Arctic.
He spent two decades behind bars for conspiring to sell six pounds of marijuana.
The state has skirted the eastern/western style BBQ debate by sticking with the generic, aregional "smoky" scent.
The United States is alone in the world in electing its prosecutors, but how should officials handle the rage and resentment that boils over when police kill unarmed minorities?
The push for zero cases, while difficult, is an essential mark for the afflicted countries to achieve.
Thanks to widespread stigma and cultural incompetency within the health-care system, Truvada is not reaching the people who may need it most.
The area in Poland where a train filled with Nazi loot is supposedly hidden went up in flames just as authorities warned about the dangers of searching for it.
The FDA approved modafinil to treat narcolepsy, but people are taking it illegally—off-label and without a prescription—to study or work on big projects.
It was supposed to go to a tipster—but since the police arrested a suspect themselves, they're keeping the cash.
Too many Americans die of overdoses that could be prevented by a combination of policy shifts and education.
After resettling four asylum seekers from Nauru at $10 million each, Cambodia's Interior Ministry says they've done enough.
Amnesty International, PEN International, and the Committee for the Protection of Journalists have condemned the detention of four VICE News journalists by authorities in southeastern Turkey.
A number of deadly attacks in Syria indicate that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime is using "vacuum bombs" in Syria to pulverize apartment blocks and terrorize the civilian population.
When a huge investment firm moved in to evict the residents of Sweets Way, they fought back.
Following the grim finding of more than 20 decomposing refugees in a refrigeration truck, morons from all over Austria have taken to Facebook to voice their opinion.
The 73-year-old suspect fired over 30 shots with a hunting rifle, killing three members of a family — including a six-month old baby — and a police officer who tried to stop him.
The World Resources Institute says 33 nations are likely to face extreme water scarcity by 2040 because of climate change and growing populations.
The site has been shut down by Homeland Security agents and employees are now facing life-altering punishments for allegedly helping sex workers connect to clients.
We embedded with a British fighter, Chris "Swampy" Garrett, as his regiment fought in eastern Ukraine.
It's all because of a fax cover page from 1999.