Tagged With DEA

The Justice Department is suing Walmart, accusing the retailer of turning its pharmacies into a network of opioid suppliers that helped fuel the epidemic

A new law in Mexico will treat US agents like 'spies' and could lead to 'black operations,' experts say

The Pentagon isn't the only one with special operators. Here are the 5 most elite forces outside the Defence Department

National Guard troops and federal agents kept close watch on 5th night of George Floyd protests in Washington DC

US authorities seized $1 million worth of heroin and fentanyl labelled 'coronavirus'

Wall Street thinks CBD could be a $16 billion industry by 2025. Here's what the cannabis compound does to your brain and body.

A ruling is imminent on the legality of a controversial drug that's used to treat addiction — but some have called it a 'dangerous opioid'

A drug derived from marijuana has triggered the first federal shift on cannabis in half a century, and experts predict an avalanche effect

The first marijuana-based prescription drug in the US has been approved, and some cannabis startups should be worried

There’s a sea change coming for the $1 billion marijuana-based industry you’ve never heard of

Everything Hollywood gets right and wrong about going undercover, according to a former DEA agent

A drug that claims to boost focus has been tied to 36 deaths -- but you can still buy it online and from a vending machine

The Trump administration's pursuit of MS-13 may be feeding 'institutional schizophrenia' in the Justice Department

An ex-DEA agent describes how he helped hunt down 'El Chapo' -- and confronted him wearing the cartel kingpin's own hat

Here's where Mexican drug cartels operate in the US, according to the DEA

Explosive '60 Minutes' investigation finds Congress and drug companies worked to cripple DEA's ability to fight opioid abuse

A DEA officer had a wild affair with a convict -- letting her listen to wiretaps, roam the evidence room, and have sex in the office

DEA chief slams Trump's police remarks: 'We have an obligation to speak out when something is wrong'

EX-UNDERCOVER DEA AGENT: What I did when drug dealers asked me to try the product

4 out of 5 people who had cash seized by the Drug Enforcement Administration weren't charged with a crime