The agency says it will strip Morris & Dickson of its license to sell highly addictive painkillers after finding it failed to flag thousands of suspicious orders at the height of the opioid crisis.
Telehealth flourished during the pandemic thanks to relaxed rules that allowed prescribing without an in-person visit. Federal officials have decided to keep that in place for the time being.
In sweeping indictments, the Justice Department targeted two dozen operatives in the Chapitos network of the Sinaloa cartel. But many drug policy experts say this won't slow fentanyl deaths.
The FDA announced the supply troubles in the fall. Four months later, the medication remains hard to get and could stay that way until the spring
The Drug Enforcement Administration is warning that drug dealers are marketing rainbow-colored fentanyl to kids. Many drug experts say that's likely not happening.
The premier, Andrew Fahie, was charged with conspiracy to import cocaine and conspiracy to launder money, according to a criminal complaint.
The Drug Enforcement Agency relies on hospitals to identify nurses and doctors who misuse drugs such as morphine and fentanyl. But "only a fraction of those who are diverting drugs are ever caught."
Amid growing concerns over e-cigarette health risks, the Drug Enforcement Administration says it will collect vaping devices and cartridges at National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday.
A Human Rights Watch report raises questions about the legality of some investigative tactics federal, state and local police are allegedly using to mask sources of evidence in criminal cases.
The high court in Massachusetts is weighing legal and scientific evidence to decide whether a woman convicted of larceny violated the terms of her probation by relapsing into drug use.