The DEA Looks Like a Total Mess Right Now
Senior agency officials, including top boss Anne Milgram, face questions about lucrative contracts as Congress scrutinizes operations abroad.
US Claims El Chapo’s Sons Fed People to Tigers
Prosecutors claim that Los Chapitos also tested illicit fentanyl produced by the Sinaloa Cartel on humans in a slew of new charges.
El Mencho's Son Reconsiders Plea Deal After Family Lawyer Shows Up at Last Minute
El Menchito, the son and top deputy of the CJNG cartel's infamous leader, was due to plead guilty in a U.S. court. Then a new lawyer showed up.
Chuck Grassley and Mexico's Corrupt Top Cop Both Want Dirt on the DEA
The Republican senator is investigating the DEA and FBI—and he's asking for help from lawyers for convicted Mexican official Genaro García Luna.
Michael K. Williams’ Drug Dealer Admits Selling Him Deadly Dose of Fentanyl
Irvin Cartagena faced a potential life sentence for supplying drugs that caused “The Wire” actor’s overdose, but a guilty plea allows for less prison time.
A Police Union Leader Was Busted for International Fentanyl Smuggling
Joanne Segovia, 64, known as the “grandma” of San Jose's powerful cop union, tried to blame it on the housekeeper.
The Nashville Shooter’s Arsenal Makes a Mockery of US Gun Laws
The school shooting in Nashville, like most mass killings in the U.S., was carried out by a perpetrator using legally purchased weapons.
DEA Report Finds DEA Foreign Operations Are Going Great
Sen. Chuck Grassley and other critics slammed a new report commissioned by the DEA to examine its troubled foreign operations.
Amazon Sellers Disguised Banned Gun Parts as Bike Handlebars
Retailers used Amazon's platform to sell "stabilizing braces" for pistols banned by the company and targeted by the Biden administration.
People Are 3D Printing Anti-Tank Rocket Launchers Now
Civilians are using 3D-printing technology to make rockets and grenade launchers, which could have major implications for the modern battlefield.
Biden’s Ghost Gun Crackdown Is Starting to Fall Apart
Gun control groups are bracing for a "worst case scenario" after a court partially lifted some federal restrictions on untraceable firearms.
Congress Suddenly Wants to Know If US Taxpayers Were Helping El Chapo
The DEA and FBI face questions about whether they tolerated high-level Mexican corruption as US tax dollars flowed to fight the drug war.