Tagged With Drug Enforcement Administration

Walmart says the Justice Department's opioid epidemic lawsuit is 'tainted by historical ethics violations'


New federal data exposes how America's largest drug companies flooded the country with 76 billion opioid pills in a seven-year period


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


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


'I don't give a damn who you are': The roadside showdown that made a Mexican kingpin a marked man



'It wasn't random': The FBI is offering $20,000 for information on the shooting of a US consular official in Mexico


The deadly roadside blunder that helped bring down one of Mexico's most vicious cartels


The DEA paid $9 million to 'deactivated' sources


The federal government is hiring people to grow marijuana -- but no one wants the job


4 telltale physical signs your coworker is up to something sketchy, according to a former DEA agent


Here's what the DEA's big decision on marijuana means for users and 'potrepreneurs'



The DEA made a big decision on marijuana, but it wasn't the one everyone was hoping for


Everything you need to know about the dangerous street drug 'K2' -- its insane side effects aren't even the worst part


DEA: Drug overdoses are the single leading cause of injury death in the US


Users describe the effects of one of America's scariest designer drugs