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A court in Mexico ordered the government to allow plaintiffs to "possess, transport and use cocaine," but not to sell or buy it.
2 men got trapped in a shipping container full of cocaine in record heat and had to call police for help
The men locked themselves inside the container located in the Antwerp port and needed police assistance getting out. They remain in custody.
The dramatic bust follows the arrest of two other Marines earlier this month for allegedly smuggling undocumented immigrants for financial gain.
A fleet of boats, a corrupt crew, and fresh locks — here’s how smugglers loaded $1 billion worth of cocaine onto a ship owned by JPMorgan
Federal agents took about a week to weigh and catalog the nearly 20 tons of cocaine seized on the MSC Gayane.
Advocates say marijuana makes them better parents, but a new study links pot use with more punitive parenting
Moms and dads who reported using more than one substance were most likely to use discipline, particularly physical discipline like spanking.
A London teenager died after overdosing on ‘Calvin Klein,’ a party drug that’s a lethal mix of ketamine and cocaine
Katya Tsukanova, a talented violinist, collapsed and died on June 18 after taking the drug cocktail, which can seriously damage brain functioning.
The UN is investigating a key US ally for a brutal drug war that’s killed an estimated 27,000 people
The UN Human Rights Council approved a proposal to investigate the drug war in the Philippines, which may have claimed over 27,000 lives.
CVS and other drug-plan providers surge after the Trump administration scraps a key part of its push to lower prices
The plan would have banned pharmacy benefit managers from profiting on deals cut between drugmakers and insurance plans.
The sheer quantity of cocaine, the JPMorgan link, the ship's Liberian flag, and a string of West African drug busts make for interesting reading.
Here’s why JPMorgan doesn’t seem concerned that a ship it owns was just seized with $1 billion of cocaine on board
A column by Matt Levine, a finance columnist at Bloomberg Opinion and former lawyer, gave four reasons why JPMorgan should be in the clear.