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The leaders of three Latin American nations hit hard by drug trafficking called on the membership of the United Nations on Wednesday to promote a debate on alternative ways to combat drug trafficking. In an unusually energetic address to the annual
Virgin Group's Richard Branson sponsored a global survey that found over 90% of respondents around the world say the War on Drugs has failed . Technology giants like Google may even make a bigger difference when it comes to battling the big Mexican
During the Republican and Democratic conventions, The Huffington Post did a special series entitled "Shadow Conventions" in which writers posted on topics being neglected by Romney and Obama. Among the subjects, was
This week, the upstart program received a boost with the announcement of a $106,987 grant from the U.S...The money will likely help the drug court handle up to 30 offenders at a time. Reno County can also qualify for two additional years of funding
The group is pressing both governments to rethink a policy that has cost so many lives.
He noted that there have been anti-U.S. uprisings in 27 nations following the YouTube release of a crude video mocking the Prophet Muhammad. In Pakistan, where a nationwide anti-U.S. protest is planned today, the people "don't respect us either
But it's getting pushback even from those in favor of legalization...Today, it is on the verge of passing into law one of its most radical ideas yet.
First let me say up front that I am someone that has to deal with, what is know in the medical community as INTRACTABLE CHRONIC PAIN. I personally can’t remember the last time I lived a day without pain. Some days are better than others
The movie is designed to paint an accurate picture of what the war on drugs is doing and what getting into drugs is doing. Check out our interview!
A smoking ban in San Francisco could soon mean cleaner skies over The City by the Bay, but only a portion of the people that light up in Northern California will be affected. Lawmakers want to ban outdoor smoking but not for medical pot patients...At