An ex-US Army sniper instructor named Joseph "Rambo" Hunter was sentenced on Tuesday in US District Court after his notorious former boss aided the DEA in a sting operation.
Nukes, Millennials, and the Wizard of Oz: What to Expect at North Korea’s First Party Congress in 36 Years
North Korea expert Michael Madden says the congress won't be "Real World: Pyongyang," but it could reveal some very interesting details, like seeing which officials have and haven't been executed.
Just as globalization has changed the way the world does business, it's also changed the way the world manufactures, transports, and obtains illegal drugs. As a result, more people are getting high today than ever before.
The international treaties that keep weed outlawed won't change after the UN’s drug summit, but the US, Uruguay, and others will still be able to legalize.
Paul Le Roux allegedly masterminded killings and smuggled drugs all over the globe. So why is the US government cutting secretive deals with him?
The Supreme Court declined to hear a lawsuit filed by Nebraska and Oklahoma against Colorado over the state's legalization and regulation of marijuana.
Victor Cha, a US representative in the Six Party Talks, discusses North Korea's nuclear threat, Pyongyang's relationship with Beijing, and what could end the Kim regime.
Police have arrested a 45-year-old Uber driver who may have picked up passengers between random killings in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
The court is about to decide if it will hear a lawsuit that Nebraska and Oklahoma filed against Colorado's legalization of marijuana, but Scalia’s death changes the dynamics of whether the court will weigh in on the issue.
There are so many people who can't poop because of prescription painkillers that a drug company spent millions to advertise a pill to combat 'opioid-induced constipation.'
Pyongyang has responded to Seoul's loudspeaker broadcasts by dropping leaflets that threaten attacks and compare South Korea's president to a zombie.
North Korean state media announced that a small hydrogen bomb was successfully detonated on Wednesday, but experts are skeptical about the claim.
'We Are Going to Light Up the Whole Country on Fire': The Arson That Led to the Oregon Militia Standoff
The ongoing occupation of a wildlife refuge by armed militiamen was sparked by the imprisonment of two ranchers for setting a blaze in 2001 that scorched 139 acres.
The bud business is booming in several states, and next year's election could move the US even closer to legalizing marijuana nationwide.
The Hermit Kingdom remained a mystery in 2015, but its citizens still tried to run from it in droves. Just like they did in any other year.
Dashcam footage from police cruisers shows the suspect headed the wrong way on a one-way street, crossing over a median, and generally driving like a madman before he dies in a hail of gunfire.
If North Korean refugees traveling through China can make it across the border to Southeast Asia, freedom — in the form of political asylum and a ticket to South Korea — is typically the outcome. This case was not typical.
The failed test of a submarine-launched ballistic missile on Saturday will likely be used as a learning experience as North Korea continues to develop the technology.
Photographer Christian Petersen-Clausen attempted to document the lives of average North Koreans during a recent trip to nearly a dozen cities across the Hermit Kingdom.
As Korean relatives reunited for the first time in decades, North Korea reportedly warned citizens that anyone caught helping families defect will be put to death, while their close relatives will be exiled to remote areas.