The U.S. government wasted $7.6 billion on an ill-conceived drug war in Afghanistan that was doomed to failure from the start, according to a scathing new report from the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction.
They are unlikely first responders to Islamic militants, but heavily armed cannabis farmers who once fought against the Lebanese army are now turning their weapons elsewhere.
The Post's Sari Horwitz reports that Obama intends to nominate Vanita Gupta, currently director of the ACLU's Center for Justice, to lead the civil rights division of the Justice Department
Last year we learned of three incidents in New Mexico in which motorists pulled over for moving violations were subjected to forced anal cavity searches
The release of previously unpublished correspondence reveals that, in 1990, Carl Sagan sent a letter to the president of the Drug Policy Foundation with an idea
The vast majority of Americans agree that the drug war is not working.
Concerns about the militarization of American policing have been on the increase for some time now
Ambulance drivers in Guatemala see the costs of prohibition up close every day.
We look at the growing movement for drug decriminalization that is moving ahead in the United States and being amplified by former heads of state from around the around.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Mexico’s “drug war” resulted in an estimated 60,000 deaths between 2006 and 2012, with another 26,000 Mexicans missing as a result of the violence.