Students for Sensible Drug Policy and the ACLU are challenging a draconian Education Department rule that blocks student drug offenders from receiving federal aid.
The war-ravaged, opium-dependent country lives in fear of a new drug war.
Few spectacles in journalism in the mid-1990s were more disgusting than the slagging of Gary Webb in the New York Times, Washington Post and Los Angeles Times.
He is using his art to publicize the injustice of the drug laws that put him away.
Afghanistan's crop "has spread like wildfire."
The US troop presence is doubled--as Colombia's civil movement says no to more war.
In May, Jan Egeland, the United Nations Undersecretary for Humanitarian Affairs, called a news conference in New York to declare publicly what he had been warning people about for some time: that
If there was anything unusual in Judge Douglas Ginsburg's rapid descent, it was probably the sight of White House conservatives scrambling to create a loophole in the national drug hysteria that
Why won't they just admit they blew it? It is long past time for the President and his national security team to concede that before the Sept.
Our nation's two-decade spree of building prisons and sentencing even nonviolent criminals to long spells inside them has produced a staggering number of incarcerated people in America--more than