The recommendation, which was unanimously approved in October, has been withdrawn along with others over "procedural errors," and will be reconsidered.
"This was a routine traffic stop that ended with a serious poison peddler behind bars," Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly said after the arrest of suspect Derick McKay, 36.
A political attack ad targeting Democratic Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom asks California residents if he supports "crack" users over children.
"I continue to be surprised by some of the audacity of those that would break the law in promoting drugs and drug paraphernalia."
Because it's a Schedule I drug, the DEA won't allow it to be manufactured. Even for research.
States that have legalized medical marijuana have fewer deaths related to opioid abuse.
Liberals are being joined by conservatives chafed by action that contradicts their small government principles.
Marijuana business owners may see their freedoms and livelihoods threatened.
Federal law prohibits pilots from knowingly flying planes that contain illegal substances on board.
Drop tests suggest Apple's most expensive iPhone is also its "most breakable."
In the year ending March 2017, more than 65,000 Americans died of drug overdose—more than than died in the Vietnam War.
The opioid crisis might radically shift coalitions on medical marijuana.
Street prices of cocaine and heroin have been falling for years, a good indication that plenty is still crossing our borders.
Recreational marijuana is now legal in Nevada. But there's a catch
Nearly every synthetic drug you can buy in the U.S.—legally or illegally—likely came from China.
Trump is stuck in the 1980s mindset that addiction is caused by urban thugs luring children into trying some pills.
When the opioid crisis hit Indiana, Pence turned to Medicaid expansion to provide medical care, needle exchange and treatment.
Trump's impromptu drug summit could lead to rushed policy decisions with bad unintended consequences.
When the sound of pressurized air hissed across Manhattan's 31st Street on Saturday night, tie-dyed and red-eyed Phish fans rushed forward like a flock of hungry pigeons pecking at a discarded hot dog bun.
We know of the time before crack. We are not yet in the time after.
Using a dark web account to buy drugs a wiser choice than trying to score mystery pills at a rave.
What is going to happen when people are prosecuted for manslaughter after calling 911?
The U.S. has imprisoned record numbers of people, even as the crime rate dropped. Barack Obama made moves to change this, but Sessions is about to undo his work.
When the fissure eventually splits off it will create one of the biggest icebergs ever recorded.