The DEA even explains how to spot them. Take note, tick-or-treaters
In order to be able to get the new medication Epidiolex on the shelves, the DEA had to reschedule the drug.
In the face of a nation-wide epidemic of opioid abuse, the Drug Enforcement Administration seems to be changing its tune on cannabis.
Is the illicit marijuana market losing its power? Experts seem to think so.
This year's version of "Slang Terms and Code Words: A Reference for Law Enforcement Personnel" is published and unclassified.
Stay alive, kids.
This is the story of a piece of federal legislation called the Controlled Substances Act and how it transformed federal law regarding marijuana, why it failed...
Go home, Jeff.
Guess we're not in the clear after all...
The DEA is making its federally-licensed researchers grow a lot of weed.