Michele Leonhart is being pushed out the door. Her disastrous performance last week in Congress over DEA sex scandals sealed her fate.
Embattled DEA Administrator Michele Leonhart's dismal performance in Congress could see her departure.
DEA agents consorting with prostitutes provided by Colombian drug cartels is just a very ripe example of the moral rot at the heart of the drug war.
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. on Friday barred local and state police from using federal law to seize cash, cars and other property without proving that a crime occurred.
Police use the number of low-level drug arrests to sustain critical law enforcement funding from the federal government.
Five years after a police scandal rocked the city, narcotics squads continue to operate like criminal gangs with impunity. By its nature, the War on Drugs fuels corruption.
The heavy emphasis on the war on drugs is leading police officers to neglect other areas of public safety, according to the latest video from Learn Liberty, a project of the Institute for Human Studies.
POT TV - Paul Jay of The Real News Network talks with with John Ackerman about Mexico, narco gangs, U.S. policy, and the roots of these problems. Read the transcript here.
Former DEA agents and cops are lobbying for tougher drug laws that make them rich.
Juan Manuel Santos, incumbent President of Colombia, which has fought a long-time war on drugs with the support of the U.S., has just signed a public letter questioning that war on grounds of efficacy, cost, side effects, and fairness.