Report: 'El Chapo' Has California Driver's LicenseA new report reveals the drug kingpin who escaped from a Mexican prison previously obtained a California’s driver’s license.
Veterinarian Wanted By US Arrested For Allegedly Trafficking Heroin In PuppiesSpanish police have arrested a Venezuelan veterinarian wanted by the U.S. for allegedly trafficking heroin by implanting it in puppies.
Baltimore Police, DEA Announce Drug Gang IndictmentsPolice and federal authorities say they've arrested eight people after a two-month probe into a drug conspiracy in west Baltimore.
CBS News: DEA Head Expected To Resign Following Prostitution ScandalThe head of the Drug Enforcement Agency is expected to resign, CBS News reports.
Chaffetz: DEA Chief Should Step Down or be FiredThe chairman of the House Oversight Committee says the head of the Drug Enforcement Administration should step down amid allegations that DEA agents attended sex parties with prostitutes while stationed overseas.
Facebook Unfriends Federal Drug AgencyFacebook wants assurances from the Drug Enforcement Administration that it's not operating any more fake profile pages as part of ongoing investigations.
Drug Agency Sued Over Fake Facebook AccountThe DEA used photographs and other personal information from the cell phone of a woman arrested in a cocaine case, hoping to trick her friends into revealing incriminating evidence, claims a lawsuit.
College Student Left Without Food or Water in Dark DEA Cell for Five Days A San Diego college student who was locked and handcuffed in a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration cell for five days without food or water says he exchanged words with a man through his cell door just before a light was turned off.
Drug Raids Target Bath Salts, Molly Across U.S.The DEA has been cracking down on synthetic drugs, including so-called bath salts, spice and Molly, since the drugs first gained widespread popularity years ago.
ACLU: Obama Administration Blocking ATF Agent's 'Fast And Furious' BookThe Obama administration is blocking a federal law enforcement agent from publishing a book about the failed "Fast and Furious" gun-smuggling sting operation because of concerns that the book would negatively affect morale, the American Civil Liberties Union said Monday.
Ex-DEA Heads: Feds Should Nullify State Pot Laws Eight former Drug Enforcement Administration chiefs say the federal government needs to act now or it might lose the chance to nullify Colorado and Washington's laws legalizing recreational marijuana use.
DEA Agents Face Allegations Of Soliciting Colombian ProstitutesThree agents with the Drug Enforcement Agency have been accused of soliciting prostitutes in Colombia.