Lots of studies have found links between e-cigarette use and tobacco addiction, but some warn that those links aren't all that strong.
Should Denver create spaces where drug users can safely "shoot up"?
Cities across the U.S. are trying to cope with the large number of hypodermic needles left in public places.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions threw his support behind the D.A.R.E program, even though studies have shown it's ineffective at stopping drug use.
The Boulder County coroner has ruled the death of a 19-year-old Colorado man whose body was found in a pond was an accidental drowning.
A woman believed to have been on drugs is accused of falling asleep with her 3-month-old son, then waking up 18 hours later to find the infant dead.
WalletHub looked at a wide range of statistics in an attempt to gauge use of both illegal and prescription drugs in all 50 states and…
Canada's Liberal Party says its plan to legalize pot would help keep it away from kids and hurt criminal organizations.
Colorado lawmakers have voted to restore funding for a teen survey that asks about their drug use, sex habits and suicide.
Citing a desire to help police curb crime and drug use, the Justice Department will no longer actively sue police departments for civil rights abuses.
Use of illicit drugs, save for marijuana, are down for teens than ever before, a new national survey shows.
It's been more than a month since Denver banned people from using or selling illegal drugs in city parks.