Drugs

The Brooklyn federal court has taken steps to protect witnesses' identities. Some worked directly for Guzman's Sinaloa cartel.
The rapper was discovered unconscious in his home in September.
The bill recognizes that children and families are a key part of the crisis.
Jamie Lee Curtis -- one of Hollywood’s best-known celebs -- has been open and honest about her past with opiate and alcohol addiction.
Canada has become the second country to legalize marijuana.
"Her disease brought her to places of incredible darkness, and this darkness compounded on itself."
The legislation calls for roughly $8 billion in federal investment over five years.
How one North Carolina clinic helped patients with opioid addiction during the storm.
Fewer than 5 percent of emergency doctors work in hospitals that offer anti-addiction meds.
She hasn't taken up his idea to throw an ecstasy party -- yet.
Rep. Clay Higgins said elected officials should be required to undergo the "same kind of random drug screenings that working-class Americans have to endure."
Previous hurricanes have left people with addiction in dire positions.
It's estimated that more than 218,000 cases could be eligible if Gov. Jerry Brown signs it into law.
At least 70 people have overdosed in a park in New Haven, Conn., after consuming synthetic marijuana known as K2, authorities say. But what exactly is K2 and why is it dangerous?
There have been no fatalities, but authorities consider the incident part of a public health crisis.
With the legal fate of kratom hanging in the balance, some health officials are pushing dubious claims about the herbal supplement's deadly risks.
It’s largely because of Dr. Robert Newman that people in the United States and in countries around the world have access to methadone.
She sent a heartfelt message to her fans the day after she was reportedly released.
Two-thirds of prisoners have a problem with opioids, but incarceration isn't set up to get people the treatment they need.