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Federal officials are investigating CVS over tens of thousands of prescription pain killers that they say have gone missing from four of the company's California pharmacies, a newspaper reported.
Sheriff's officials in Northern California say they raided a pot dispensary with help from federal officials after discovering a cash shipment from Colorado and marijuana products headed out of state.
A fire truck pulled up to a small, decrepit, one-story house on Hendricks Street, northeast of downtown Anderson.
This month's capture of the world's most-wanted narcotics kingpin, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, will have little to no impact on the amount of drugs flowing into the U.S. across the Mexican border, experts say.
The Mexican government on Thursday condemned a U.S. Border Patrol agent's fatal shooting of a Mexican man who allegedly struck the agent in the head with a rock near the U.S.-Mexico border.
Industrial hemp's comeback in Kentucky will start with at least five pilot projects to gauge the potential of the versatile crop that flourished until marijuana was banned decades ago, the state's top agriculture official said Monday.
The heroin overdose that apparently led to actor Philip Seymour Hoffman's death epitomizes what U.S. officials say is an alarming trend — that the powerful street narcotic is being used by more and more Americans to shoot up in quantities and mixtures not fully understood.
A South Florida doctor could get a maximum 350-year prison sentence for his conviction in an illegal prescription drug pill mill case.
The American Civil Liberties Union asked an Oregon federal court judge on Wednesday to review the constitutionality of the federal government's use of warrantless subpoenas.