New South Wales police in Australia made possibly the easiest drugs bust in history.
Three overdoses in the state have been linked to the practice.
Arrest follows a series of large meth haul seizures in recent days.
With consequences setting in for Francisco Felix, he allegedly told investigators he "f---ed up."
"He still has capability and resources while his kids run his business for him," Derek Maltz, former Special Operations head of the Drug Enforcement Agency, told Newsweek.
Incident took place in Florida.
His father refused to call 911 for four hours.
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.
The opioid crisis might radically shift coalitions on medical marijuana.
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.
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 novelist's latest book, the nonfiction title "Blitzed: Drugs in the Third Reich," was published in the U.S. on Tuesday.
The country's new president, Rodrigo Duterte, has voiced support for the deaths.
A sniffer dog alerted authorities to the squirreled-away shipment.
Authorities recently started seeing Mexican meth alongside heroin in local drug takedowns.