The killing of four Hondurans by local police backed by DEA agents highlights the gruesome effects of our militarized War on Drugs.
Most of the roses sold in the United States are grown in Colombia and Ecuador, where they are doused with toxic pesticides.
This commonsense crop should become commonplace in the United States again.
Treating drug use as a criminal act rather than a health problem has harmed our society.
We went through this exercise once before with Prohibition.
Conservatives who want jobless Americans seeking unemployment benefits to submit to mandatory drug testing have a hidden motive.
International efforts to stamp out opium production are failing.
Far from being a chaotic war zone, a study of the 14 Texas counties bordering Mexico shows that the number of murders has actually declined in the past five years.