China will finally add fentanyl and its analogs to its list of controlled substances, following a Saturday meeting between Chinese president Xi Jinping and President Donald Trump.
Americans’ average life expectancy dropped yet again in 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday, marking the third straight year that men’s life expectancy has fallen.
A new version of a criminal justice reform proposal could grant early release to many fentanyl dealers, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.
Two more law enforcement groups have voiced their skepticism of a proposed federal prison and sentencing reform bill that would potentially release serial drug traffickers and other dangerous offenders.
A decade ago, West Virginia was set to receive millions in a prescription drug settlement from the maker of OxyContin. Then-governor Joe Manchin vowed the funding would help his state win the “drug war once and for all.”
A Senate group on Tuesday oversaw a hearing on the role played by the People’s Republic of China in the deadly surge of fentanyl flowing into the United States.
The number of drug overdoses has grown exponentially for at least the past 38 years, a new analysis of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data argues.
Two Chinese nationals masterminded fentanyl trafficking that killed at least two Ohioans and are now facing indictment, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Wednesday.
The Drug Enforcement Agency proposed Monday to cut its quota for pharmaceutical opioids by some 169 million pills in 2019, following a call by President Donald Trump to slash production to combat the drug epidemic.