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Drug Enforcement Administration
Latest Drug Enforcement Administration Items
The powerful Sinaloa cartel is expected to go right on selling billions of dollars of illegal drugs despite the takedown of its legendary leader, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, who leaves in place a sophisticated distribution network and business plan.
The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a Georgia police officer could not be sued in Nevada over the seizure of two travelers' money at an Atlanta airport.
The U.S. and Mexico are disputing who will be first to try Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, the man who spent 13 years eluding top law enforcement and military investigators while running a worldwide drug operation.
A local drug enforcement official said Saturday he wants a cartel leader who was named Chicago's first "Public Enemy No. 1" since Al Capone to be brought to the city to stand trial.
Federal authorities are launching a prescription drug abuse tip line in Georgia to allow pharmacy industry professionals and members of the public to make anonymous reports.
Feb. 18 marks the fourth anniversary of the FBI raid on Kermit Gosnell's Philadelphia abortion facility.
A recent Fox News poll on immigration reform reports that 68 percent of Americans support a path to citizenship for illegal aliens. Having spent more than 20 years in federal law enforcement with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Drug Enforcement Administration, I found it mind-boggling.
Indianapolis police will soon join city medics in carrying a drug designed to help stop heroin overdoses in their tracks.
In a major drug bust that drew little attention just a week before Philip Seymour Hoffman's death, authorities found a sophisticated heroin packaging and distribution operation in an apartment in the Bronx.