Drug Policy

Parenting
Palforzia is the first treatment approved by the FDA for peanut allergies. But when will it be ready — and what will it cost?
Weird News
Investigators said the suspect admitted that she tried to use the dog urine as her own sample.
World News
He is suspected of protecting organized crime and aiding the attack.
Entertainment
The comedian's Colombian cartel joke riled Twitter, and he appeared to name the wrong costume winner -- but was later redeemed.
Crime
The arrests come nearly a month after three women and six children were gunned down and their bodies were set afire.
Politics
Following the president's announcement, Mexico's foreign ministry said it would quickly seek a meeting with State Department officials to address the change.
Religion
Devin Blake Langford was one of the few children who emerged uninjured after a highway massacre killed nine members of his community.
U.S. News
Billions are spent on it each year, but people need more flexible options and timelines.
Weird News
Before you get spooked, better scare up some documents first.
Politics
States can now require laid-off workers to pee in cups in order to receive unemployment benefits.
Sports
The NBA guard playfully hinted that the timing might not be a coincidence.
Entertainment
Federal officials say the artist was sold fentanyl-laced pills shortly before his 2018 death.
Politics
Scientists sued the DEA when it didn't follow through on its 2016 promise to allow more growers to supply cannabis for research.
Politics
A proposed regulation would let states test some workers, but it's not clear how many would meet the criteria.
Sports
The former Ohio University standout was handed a two-year suspension from FIBA for failing a drug test.
Weird News
Brazilian drug trafficker Clauvino da Silva attempted to switch places with the 19-year-old by wearing a silicone mask and a wig, according to authorities.
Crime
Officers seized 13 tons of the drug worth $350 million dollars in a series of operations in the eastern Pacific.
U.S. News
The Marines were taken into custody in a "public display" at Camp Pendleton, California.
Videos
In a heart-pounding video, a U.S. Coast Guard service member busted a speeding semi-submersible boat carrying cocaine.
Crime
Trevor Martineau allegedly told investigators that he was paid $1,000 to sneak the burrito into the Colorado correctional facility where he worked.