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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Drug Enforcement Administration
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is a law enforcement agency under the United States Department of Justice, tasked with combating drug smuggling and use within the United States. Not only is the DEA the lead agency for domestic enforcement of the Controlled Substances Act, sharing concurrent jurisdiction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, it also has sole responsibility for coordinating and pursuing U.S. drug investigations abroad. - Source: Wikipedia
Federal authorities descended without warning Thursday morning on multiple Colorado medical marijuana operations, seizing plants and executing search warrants at shops as part of what was described as an ongoing investigation.
Sen. Leahy undermines the agents who protect Vermont
The U.S. State Department has placed a $5 million bounty for anybody who can help capture and convict a Mexican drug kingpin, Rafael Caro Quintero, who was freed from jail.
The State Department set a $5 million reward Tuesday for information leading to the recapture of a once-notorious Mexican drug boss accused of masterminding the kidnapping and killing of a Drug Enforcement Administration agent three decades ago.
Southeast Colorado farmer Ryan Loflin tried an illegal crop this year. He didn't hide it from neighbors, and he never feared law enforcement would come asking about it.
Despite several addiction cases in Arizona, Illinois and Utah, the Drug Enforcement Administration is downplaying reports of the dangerous drug krokodil having reached U.S. soil.
A quarter to a third of young men drug tested as they passed through the District's criminal justice system had recently used synthetic marijuana, with positive results surprisingly high among those who screened negative for more conventional illegal drugs, according to a report released Wednesday.
The Obama administration cleared the way Thursday for states to carry out their own marijuana laws, including allowing use for medical reasons in 20 states and for recreational use in Colorado and Washington — as long as they take steps to keep the drug away from children and criminal gangs.
How is it that the government can charge Edward Snowden with espionage for telling a journalist that the feds have been spying on all Americans and many of our allies, but the National Security Agency itself, in a public-relations campaign intended to win support for its lawlessness, can reveal secrets and do so with impunity?
An attorney for the man who was abandoned in a Drug Enforcement Administration holding cell for four days without food or water says his client has agreed to settle claims for $4.1 million.
The Drug Enforcement Administration's latest operation, "Project Synergy," was one step further down the rabbit hole of failed drug prohibition ("Feds arrest dozens, seize $15M in nationwide synthetic-drug sweep," Web, June 26).
Given their lack of legal standing to launch libel actions, America's intelligence and law enforcement agencies are a lush target for hack writers who concoct outlandish schemes involving nefarious agents and officials.
Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan's retirement last month is an opportunity to require Senate confirmation of any successor.
A man the U.S. government has identified as a narcotics kingpin and top lieutenant in the Sinaloa drug cartel has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Virginia, accused of helping deal more than $280 million in drugs.
The Obama administration is facing rising national and international pressure to nullify efforts in Colorado and Washington state to implement new laws legalizing recreational marijuana use.