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100 a Day: Voices from a Public Health Emergency


Bill Seeks to End Prohibition on Science in Federal Drug Policy


Battle Over Meth Bill Heating up as number of Labs Increases 85% in West Virginia in 2013


American Teens are Smoking, Drinking Less but Marijuana Use Continues to Grow


How Cold War Politics Have Shaped American Drug Policy


Leaked UN Policy Draft Exposes Growing Rejection of Drug War


Federal Government Moves to Restrict America’s Most Prescribed Drug


International Drug Reformers Meet, Seek to Build on Recent Gains


California’s Governor Rejects Drug Sentencing Reform


New Drug Recipe Promises to Relieve Congestion and Foil Meth Cooks


Interdiction Efforts Not Bringing Down Global Drug Supply, Study Finds


A New Way to Consume Marijuana Sparks New Subculture and Concerns


Why Law Enforcement and Big Pharma are Battling over Meth Labs


Drug Law Reforms Not Reflected in National Arrest Figures


Feds Let States Experiment with Marijuana


Merchants of Meth


Colombia at the crossroads


In the midst of a federal crackdown, calls for drug reform grow


Activists say US drug and gun laws fueling violence in Mexico


In New York, Occupy Wall Street takes on local issues


International gathering calls for end to Drug War


In Sierra Leone, women are seeking greater political representation


Melting glaciers signal climate change in Bolivia


Green spring: Tunisia’s urban farms are a model for the region


Researchers from across South Asia come together to address growing water scarcity


Canada faces fight over oil sands


As court investigates Jean-Claude Duvalier Haitians in Montreal hope for an end to impunity


Le Bixi fait du chemin


Droits de l’homme: Le Canada pointé du doigt


Les Syndicats d’enseignants sonnent l’alarme


Une victoire pour les travailleuses domestiques


Pour des cocaïnomanes, une nouvelle façon de fêter


La mort d’un athlète souleve des craintes


Thoughts on the earthquake in Haiti


Features and breaking news from Haiti Fall 2009 (links)


As number of stops by NYPD grows, a lawsuit accuses the city of discrimination


Saving Terrace: A neighborhood reclaims its streets


The Kareem Bellamy case: In search of a smoking gun


As senate votes to cut F-22 program, workers fear end of an era


Pillows and MP3 players in hand, some turn cities into playgrounds


As water grows more scarce, researchers seek to make people aware of their “Water Footprint”


In the shadow of the White House garden, a movement grows


Profile of a soldier running for office


In tough times, many are seeking freedom in frugality


Fearing an exodus, a church finds new ways to pray


Swimming with polar bears at Coney Island


Obama speaks their language


As economy worsens, Haitians in U.S. struggle to send money back home


Bush’s visit shuts down Senegal


Buyer Beware