Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced on Wednesday that his government will be putting bounties for two million pesos ($40,000 USD) for certain policemen, “dead or alive.”
A cell leader of the Sinaloa drug cartel self-surrendered to U.S. law enforcement officers on July 27, the Justice Department announced Monday.
President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he will hold a press conference the same day addressing the country’s ongoing opioid crisis.
The Drug Enforcement Agency on Friday proposed a 20 percent cut in opioids produced in 2018, partially in reaction to the ongoing opioid abuse epidemic.
The Department of Justice on Wednesday announced a new program to combat opioid-related health care fraud that contributes to the ongoing opioid crisis.
Under Attorney General Jeff Sessions, federal gun prosecutions are up 23 percent while drug prosecutions have hit a 25-year low, according to two new reports.
The country’s opioid epidemic is posing pollution problems due to used needles.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) announced Monday that he is calling on the Food and Drug Administration to formally launch an investigation into “Coco Loko,” a new snortable chocolate product that contains caffeine.
A new bill sitting on Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s (D.) desk would reduce convictions for first-time possession of heroin, cocaine, and meth, among other drugs.
A controversial AIDS activist is financing an Ohio ballot initiative that would cap drugs prices for the state at rates obtained by the Department of Veterans Affairs, a measure critics say could limit access to pharmaceuticals and raise costs.