The spat began on Monday when a reporter asked how he planned to explain to Obama his support for more than 2,000 extrajudicial killings of drug suspects.
A pro-prohibition drug cop has provided some dubious statistical ammo from Colorado to opponents of marijuana legalization ahead of the upcoming election.
Residents of an enclave in the Danish capital were fed up with crime in an infamous area known as “pusher street.”
Advocates for legalization say the public is right about pot being relatively harmless, but the authors of a new study say more research is needed.
The powerful synthetic opioid and its chemical cousins — including an elephant tranquilizer — have been linked to several mass overdoses this year.
The court found that federal authorities can't use taxpayer money to prosecute people complying with state medical marijuana laws — but the decision is hardly iron-clad.
In a marijuana-related case, the United States Court of Appeals found that it's unconstitutional for police to pull over cars simply because they have out-of-state license plates.
President Rodrigo Duterte went on a tirade after UN officials expressed concern about hundreds of extrajudicial killings that have occurred since he took office.
A four-month-old infant survived the massacre in a town near Mobile, Alabama, and a suspect has reportedly turned himself in and confessed to the killings.
With bodies continuing to pile up in Chicago, police targeted 15 different gang factions in a series of raids that led to more than 100 arrests.
North Korea's state news agency accused high-level defector Thae Yong-ho of "embezzling a lot of state funds, selling state secrets and committing child rape."
There are stark differences between how police handled the case of 19-year-old Austin Harrouff and a previous Florida cannibal attack that involved a black suspect.
The DEA has indicated it will let scientists apply to grow weed for research purposes — but that doesn't mean the agency will actually approve the applications.
Thae Yong-ho, formerly Pyongyang's deputy ambassador in Britain, reportedly vanished from his residence in west London several weeks ago.
The community questioned the Robin Hood scheme to donate $585,000 worth of stolen cryptocurrency, suggesting it could be an attempt to launder the money.
The Air Force put out a call for proposals on Friday to replace the Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) and the nuclear cruise missile.
Therapist Charles Kinsey was helping his autistic patient when a cop responding to a report of an armed suicidal man shot him in the leg with an assault rifle.
Pyongyang appeared to express its displeasure over a US plan to install an advanced missile defense system in South Korea by launching three missiles into the sea.
Alton Sterling, who was shot dead by Baton Rouge police Tuesday, is at least the sixth person killed by cops in the Louisiana city in the past five years.
While the DEA and FDA decide whether the US government will continue to classify marijuana alongside heroin, the agencies are keeping the deliberations a secret.