Drug Enforcement Administration


The DEA Says It Will Make It Easier to Study Weed, but Experts Say There's a Catch

The government may allow more weed to be grown for research purposes. That doesn't mean researchers are doing cartwheels.


America's new deadliest drug is fentanyl

The powerful synthetic opioid and its chemical cousins — including an elephant tranquilizer — have been linked to several mass overdoses this year.


Is the DEA's plan to let scientists grow their own pot just smoke and mirrors?

The DEA has indicated it will let scientists apply to grow weed for research purposes — but that doesn't mean the agency will actually approve the applications.


Why It Matters that the Feds Are Opening the Doors for Weed Science

By removing infuriating roadblocks, the federal government may have just ushered in a golden age for green research.


Marijuana Legalization Is Leaving Home Growers Without a Pot to Grow In

Is there any reason marijuana aficionados shouldn’t have the same rights as home brewers?


The VICE Morning Bulletin

Investigators believe 100 Democrats were hit in the Russian cyberattack, the Trump Tower climber reportedly wanted an audience with the candidate, the DEA will announce an expansion to marijuana research, and more.


The DEA Is Dropping Some Big Weed News Tomorrow

Whatever it is, it'll be published in the Federal Register.