No drugs were found in the search and the man was charged nearly $4,600, which he refused to pay.
"She was like, 'One day you're not going to be able to have babies. You can't do this. You're going to ruin yourself.'"
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said "you will not be able to survive the debris of drugs, refugees and bombs and assassination" if U.S. sanctions hit.
"The presidency is a God-given gift. I am sure God would not have given me the position if I was a b***s***," Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said.
Michigan still needs to figure out licensing and other regulations.
Juan Carlos Ramirez led the Colombian North Valley cartel and sold cocaine to El Chapo.
The agency said one user was hospitalized and required surgery after taking Rhino.
The pills taken were suspected of being hydromorphone hydrochloride, a pain relief medication containing an opioid.
Two New York Police Department officers are under public scrutiny after body camera footage released this week showed them allegedly planting drugs in a black teenager's car.
Peña revealed to Newsweek the challenges of playing Kiki Camarena—the DEA agent who was assassinated by the Guadalajara cartel in 1985.
Incident took place in Florida.
His mother pleaded guilty to child endangerment last week.
"We don't want more deaths," said a Mexican senator. "It will be a major contribution to bringing peace to our beloved country."
Michigan Governor-elect Gretchen Whitmer said she would begin "taking some action" on the issue early next year.
"Legalization is happening at a much more rapid pace than expected, even compared to, say, 12 months ago," C21 CEO Robert Cheney said.
Kentucky's Graves County Sheriff Dewayne Redmon is facing trial after allegedly stealing opioids.
"Seeing our neighbors making progress should put much more pressure on us to get it right and ditch our outdated federal marijuana policy," Democrat Congressman Earl Blumenauer from Oregon told Newsweek.
MDMA is a psychoactive compound, commonly known as ecstasy, that's primarily used as a recreational drug.
"The effects caused by marijuana do not justify an absolute prohibition on its consumption," the court ruled.
Licensing issues and postal strikes have presented obstacles for the country's fledgling cannabis industry.
The five-year-old boy from Ohio was playing with plastic vampire teeth when he fell ill.
Scientists believe drugs take over mechanisms in the brain which form memories, potentially offering one explanation for substance abuse and addiction.