Denis Villeneuve unveiled his drug war thriller "Sicario" at the Cannes Film Festival, premiering a muscular saga that plunges deep into Mexico only to reveal more about the other side of the border.
What does St. Teresa de Avila have to do with the origins of drug prohibition? More than you might imagine.
The bloody drug turf war playing out on the streets of Surrey and Delta has resulted in fresh arrests and dozens of charges, police announced Tuesday.
When you enforce drug prohibition like we do, in a country awash in guns and riven by racial inequities, sometimes it goes bad. This time two police officers died; mostly, it's civilians.
As protesters in Baltimore set fire to buildings and vehicles last Monday to protest the death of Freddie Gray, protesters in the Mexican state of Guerrero drove a burning truck into the congressional building in the capital Chilpancingo.
There are some new thugs on the block in the Mexican drug war.
As Mexico continues to spiral into chaos with their out of control cartel violence, the U.S.
Drug use doesn't discriminate, but the war on drug users does.
Michele Leonhart is being pushed out the door. Her disastrous performance last week in Congress over DEA sex scandals sealed her fate.
The DEA was collecting mass numbers of Americans' foreign calls prior to Sept. 11.