As Mexico continues to spiral into chaos with their out of control cartel violence, the U.S. government continues to fuel the drug war by providing weapons, helicopters and hummers to what is considered by many to be one of the most corrupt countries in the world.
US continues to supply $100 million per year to corrupt Mexican law enforcement and security firms
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.
Medical marijuana grower Chris Williams was sentenced Friday to a mandatory five years on a federal gun charge, and time served on a marijuana charge.
A state-registered medical marijuana grower from Grants Pass was sentenced Monday to a decade in federal prison for drug and gun crimes.
The owner of a Grants Pass bicycle shop has become the first registered medical marijuana grower in Oregon to be convicted on federal charges since the U.S. attorney’s office started cracking down on abusers of the state law.
How Operation Fast and Furious and a U.S. government informant benefited Mexico's Sinaloa cartel
On Tuesday, October 18th, President Obama told ABC News’ Jake Tapper that those who were responsible for Fast and Furious “will be held accountable.”
National Rifle Association attempts to block a bill regulating the sale of multiple rifles along Mexico's borders