Michael Botticelli is the new head of the Office of National Drug Control Policy. He's a breath of fresh air in the drug czar's office.
The scent of criminal justice reform is in the air on Capitol Hill this year. Now, a broad coalition is calling for reforms to be deep and serious.
Proposing measures to create a “second chance society,” Governor Malloy this week got more relevant than ever to life as it is actually lived in Connecticut.
We examine the reasons behind the rise of the fastest growing prison population in the US.
If there's anything you need to know about the impact the war on drugs has on minority communities, it's this chart:
Two weeks ago, a student in Sarnia was sentenced to a full year in prison after a police raid on his home last year netted 97 grams of cannabis, scales and $280 cash.
Tommy Chong remembers the day federal agents raided his glass pipe business, making arrests and smashing bongs along the way.
The president's Fiscal Year 2016 budget proposal is out, and when it comes to the war on drugs, Obama is pretty much staying the course.
Four people are kidnapped and beaten, possibly tortured. They are bound, gagged and taken out to a remote rural area where they are executed with a bullet to the head. Then they're left to rot in the elements.
His daughter is suffering from an aggressive and rare cancer called Neuroblastoma