The remarks from AMLO, based on his misunderstanding of the release of Rafael Caro Quintero, promise to further worsen Mexico's security relationship with the U.S.
The Almada brothers should serve as a cautionary tale to cartel operatives of how not to import military accessories.
Cocaine Charges Send Honduran President’s Brother to US Prison for Life. Will the President be Next?
Tony Hernández allegedly worked alongside his brother to aid and abet the international cocaine trade in the beleaguered Central American nation.
Carlos Enrique Sánchez aka “El Cholo” formed his own cartel several years ago and the ensuing war turned Guadalajara into one of the most violent cities in Mexico.
As the country awaits the results of the vote, new allegations against outgoing President Juan Orlando Hernández and several other politicians loom large.
The discovery of dozens of grisly “extermination houses” and mass graves has set the city on edge.
The legalization bill will make Mexico the largest legal weed market in the world.
U.S. prosecutors have alleged that Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández said he wanted to “shove the drugs right up the noses of the gringos.”
Although the NBA now has numerous female assistant coaches, Alejandra Arellano recently made history when she became the first in Mexico’s highest league.
Coca fields have been discovered in Mexico for the second time.
Following the death of a local gang boss, planned riots broke out in the overpopulated prison system.