Tagged With Drug Cartels

A mother who hunted down 10 of her daughter's killers from a notorious Mexican drug cartel and brought them to justice was hailed as a hero


More than a hundred years ago, Mormons — including Mitt Romney’s family — fled to Mexico so they could practice polygamy. They’ve been plagued by cartel violence, infighting, and murder ever since.


Trump's tough border policies are actually helping the human smuggling business, experts say



Here's what 'Narcos' and 'Sicario' get wrong about Mexican drug cartels


Why the fall of the Medellin cartel failed to stop the flow of drugs, according to a DEA agent who hunted Escobar


What the Cali cartel learned from Pablo Escobar, according to a DEA agent who hunted both of them



Here's what $1 billion worth of cocaine looks like


With 'El Chapo' Guzmán locked up abroad, the shift in Mexico's cartel underworld grinds on


EX-DEA AGENT: How I got Mexican drug cartels to trust me


Pablo Escobar was gunned down 25 years ago — here are 3 theories about who took the Medellin kingpin's life


Trump's deportation plan is self-defeating and may lead to a rise in undocumented immigration


'Better to be belligerent than innovative': Argentina's new approach to fighting drugs is stoking concern



The surprising economic reason drug cartel members get head-to-toe tattoos


An Italian criminal group is trying a new, low-tech way to smuggle cocaine into Europe


3 men linked to Hezbollah have been accused of laundering money in Miami banks


Cocaine prices in the US have barely moved in decades -- here's how cartels distort the market



Mexican homicides have reached a new high, and an alarming trend is developing


There's a terrifying reason people are warned to stay inside at 5:45 p.m. in parts of Mexico


'El Chapo' Guzmán's fight against extradition may be lurching toward a conclusion


Homicides in Mexico have reached a grisly milestone