Some Officials Worry a Cocaine Epidemic Is About to Hit the U.S.
Farmers in Colombia have been ramping up their coca planting and now seem ready to produce cocaine in unprecedented amounts, according to the DEA.
Cocaine Traffickers Are Turning Swaths of Central American Rainforest Into Money-Laundering Ranches
Cocaine trafficking—not coca-growing—is responsible for up to 30 percent of the rainforest destruction in Honduras, Guatemala, and Nicaragua.
The Impact of Fairer Sentencing of Crack Possession
Five years after the Fair Sentencing Act, the government assesses the change.
Marijuana Isn't a Gateway Drug No Matter What Chris Christie Says
The New Jersey governor is against legalization, but it's unclear why.