Los Chapitos Ask the DEA to Just Leave Them Alone
El Chapo's sons say they are not in charge of the Sinaloa cartel and claim they have nothing to do with the fentanyl trade.
The DEA Looks Like a Total Mess Right Now
Senior agency officials, including top boss Anne Milgram, face questions about lucrative contracts as Congress scrutinizes operations abroad.
Why the Hell Is It So Hard to Get Adderall Right Now?
The shortage announced in October is still ongoing, and it’s making patients, providers, and psychiatrists’ lives much more difficult.
CYBER: The DEA Is Skipping Warrants and Buying Data from Rogue Employees
The Drug Enforcement Agency is bribing employees to help it seize drugs and money, skipping the complicated process of obtaining a warrant.
The DEA Bought Customer Data from Rogue Employees Instead of Getting a Warrant
For years the DEA has used paid informants inside airline, bus, and parcel companies to bypass needing to get a warrant. A pair of bipartisan Senators now want the DOJ to put an end to it.
DEA Report Finds DEA Foreign Operations Are Going Great
Sen. Chuck Grassley and other critics slammed a new report commissioned by the DEA to examine its troubled foreign operations.
The DEA Says Tranq, Drug Linked to ‘Rotting’ Flesh, Is in Almost Every State
The DEA issued its first public safety alert about tranq, a drug linked to severe skin wounds and amputations.
Inside the DEA Tool Hackers Allegedly Used to Extort Targets
The DEA run "EPIC Portal" includes access to license plate reader information, drug seizures, intelligence reports, and more.
El Chapo’s Inside Man Was America’s Closest Partner in Mexico
Genaro García Luna's conviction for taking millions in cartel bribes while working closely with the DEA revealed the epic futility of the drug war.
Inside the Scandal That Took Down the DEA’s ‘Cowboy’ Chief in Mexico
Nick Palmeri held one of the DEA’s top jobs—until his birthday party at a mansion and meetings with cartel defense lawyers ended his career.
Cannibalism, Aliens, and Cartels: The Trial of Mexico’s ‘Supercop’ Just Got Weird
U.S. federal prosecutors have made their case against Genaro García Luna seem like a slam dunk, but a judge’s ruling raises doubts.
A Key Ingredient of Tranq Dope Is Legal. Banning It Could Make Matters Worse.
House Republicans want the federal government to schedule the animal tranquilizer xylazine, part of a drug cocktail called “tranq dope.”