Prosecutor TV personalities want justice for Dog Chapman. Why not for the rest of us too?
Drug arrests in general and marijuana arrests in particular continue to rise.
The House voted Tuesday to force local school districts to gut student privacy protections.
The Bush administration used its annual drug certification exercise to lash out at Bolivia and Venezuela, and those two countries returned the favor.
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A pair of crooked prison guards and an emerging scandal in Baltimore make the radar this week.
A hi-tech surveillance company's bragging about its secret demonstration during a music festival has drawn criticism for police about the operation.
Rhode Island passed its medical marijuana law in January, the program went into effect in April, and now more than 250 patients and caregivers are registered.
Jackson, Mississippi, Mayor Frank Melton has been playing drug warrior since day one. Now he finds himself on the other side of the law.
A new report from Scotland Yard finds racial profiling in marijuana enforcement, but the police won't say it's racism.
A proposal to turn Afghanistan's burgeoning opium crop into morphine for the legal medicinal market is gaining more support.
Pregnancy and drug use, Maryland criminal justice, Ronald and Nancy Reagan, reformers on air.
Events and quotes of note from this week's drug policy events of years past.
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