Occurring semiannually, the event gives people a chance to make sure their prescription drugs don't fall into the hands of a loved one.
In a scathing 77-page report, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) said the DEA was "slow to respond" to the opioid crisis in a number of ways.
"I wouldn't put it passed the two sons to start targeting the people who put their father away for life."
Representative Earl Blumenauer of Oregon introduced a bill to regulate marijuana the same way the government currently regulates alcohol products.
Juan Carlos Ramirez led the Colombian North Valley cartel and sold cocaine to El Chapo.
Peña revealed to Newsweek the challenges of playing Kiki Camarena—the DEA agent who was assassinated by the Guadalajara cartel in 1985.
"Halloween is a time for kids to be kids and have fun with family and friends," said a St. Louis DEA agent. "We don't want anyone falling prey to an avoidable tragedy."
Mexican and U.S. law enforcement agencies discovered a highly sophisticated underground tunnel—featuring a rail system and solar-powered lighting—running underneath the border between Mexico and California.
"This is the first time a Canadian [licensed producer] has demonstrated to the FDA that a study drug produced in Canada from the cannabis plant can meet its standards."
"Don't worry, those are people that are tied to me...They are Taliban."
The ACLU said that in attaining a DEA registration to import drugs, Nebraska listed a licensed prison pharmacy that's not located where the drugs will be used for the executions.
Experts say the administration's stance on drug enforcement, marijuana legalization and even the border wall could impede any innovation or change and worsen America's drug problem.
Agents learned a Colombian drug cartel that sent cocaine around the world was planning a big shipment in a small boat known as a "go-fast."
Law enforcement officials identified two illicit synthetic opioids that are so strong they can be absorbed through the skin.
Sergeant David Dasilma says the herb helps him live with less pain.
A substance with many names—K2, spice, synthetic marijuana—ropes in users by comparing itself to cannabis, but it's infinitely more unsafe.
Federal restrictions limiting legal cannabis to one source are slowing research.
In a response to lawmakers' requests, U.S. regulatory agencies plan to re-evaluate policies that limit access to cannabis for medical research.
The group of CIA, FBI, DEA and military intelligence officials wrote an open letter to the 2016 field.
Signiﬁcant obstacles discourage pharma companies from devoting the power needed to develop a patentable drug to take the plant's place.
Authorities found 154 pounds of heroin.