The answer to the U.S. drug abuse epidemic involves reducing consumer demand. Jailing and rehabilitating drug offenders has proved to be ineffective.
Most illegal drugs sold in the U.S. arrived through legal entrances, and only a small percentage is moved “between ports of entry.” Can a border wall help?
Sylvia Longmire provides analysis of President Trump's proposal to seek the death penalty for drug traffickers - when it’s appropriate under current law.
Fentanyl: One of the greatest drug threats to communities and law enforcement agents is now also threatening the lives of narcotics detection dogs.
On January 10, President Trump signed the INTERDICT Act. The Act allows CBP to buy chemical screening devices that can detect fentanyl and other opioids.
A spike in the use of drug submarines in 2017 is leading the Coast Guard to believe drug traffickers are relying more on these vessels once again.
Marijuana and coca crop eradication has been performed since the 1970s in Colombia without any real impact on the drug trade; Trump looks to reinstate it.
Sessions eyes a central role for the federal government in combating drug addiction and violence as well as in strict enforcement of immigration law.
Many illicit drug users who thought they were taking heroin this summer were actually taking a substance that has been viewed as a chemical weapon.