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Ambitious effort to extend presidential clemency to thousands of inmates is at risk of stalling because of a legal snag
Hernan Alonso Villa, who was arrested in Spain on Saturday, is accused of running a gang that killed 400 people
Decision by US Sentencing Commission to reduce 46,000 drug sentences comes amid a sea change in criminal justice reform
Company accused of knowingly shipping medical drugs to people without prescriptions; FedEx says it did nothing wrong
In last years of the Obama administration, is US softening harshest tactics of the War on Drugs?
Investors, pharmacists, students and even schoolteachers seek foothold in growing pot business
When the Nugents bought their dream home, they had no idea it had methamphetamine levels 18 times the legal safe limit
Retail marijuana shops kick off, though slow licensing has partially blunted high expectations for recreational users
If approved, measure would require dispensaries to give away 2 percent of all medical cannabis to low-income patients
Activists in more than 80 cities push leaders to end policies that punish drug abusers instead of helping them recover