War on Drugs
The arrest of Mexico's former defense secretary on drug charges triggered a diplomatic crisis —and the U.S. caved.
Is it legal to do meth in Oregon? What's the deal with shrooms in D.C.? When is weed getting descheduled?
The drug reform group Transform wants to "nationalise" stimulants.
West Midlands joins four other police forces to offer help rather than a criminal record to some people caught with drugs
The President of the Philippines used his inaugural United Nations speech to lash out at human rights campaigners who are in the line of fire in the country's war on drugs
The ex-Sinaloa cartel leader filed an appeal listing 10 reasons his conviction should be overturned, including comments made by an anonymous juror last year.
Critics say the Drug Enforcement Administration has fueled mass incarceration and is a “100 percent failure” at curbing drug trafficking.
It seems not all members are as politically literate as once assumed, but for many who grew up in the 2000s, the band offered accessible primers on mass incarceration, police brutality and the war on drugs.
The authorities have used drugs as a pretext and justification for ultra-violence against Black people for over a century.
Genaro García Luna, currently housed in a Brooklyn federal jail on charges that he took millions of dollars in bribes from the Sinaloa cartel, has asked to be released for fear of contracting COVID-19.
One year after the historic guilty verdict: “It’s hard to say the Sinaloa cartel is weaker— it’s hard to put metrics to what that really means.”
Anything less than certain designated amounts of weed should theoretically lead to an automatic expungement.