How the ‘Craigslist of Guns’ Helps Arm Cartels in Mexico
Investigators traced guns found in the border city of Reynosa back to Americans who used the website Armslist.
The DEA's war on narco-terrorism just got more complicated
For years, DEA operatives have posed as FARC rebels in order to bust suspected terrorists and drug dealers. What will they do now that peace is coming to Colombia?
Meth, Murder, and the DEA's Mysterious Deal With the 'Most Dangerous Man in the World'
Paul Le Roux allegedly masterminded killings and smuggled drugs all over the globe. So why is the US government cutting secretive deals with him?
Snitch Who Jailed Liberian War Criminal Fears for His Life After Deportation from Canada
Cindor Reeves helped put away former Liberian warlord Charles Taylor. That wasn't good enough for the Canadian government, who shipped him back to Liberia.
Did the Islamic State Go Shopping For Weapons in Ukraine?
A Kuwaiti news report claims the Islamic State has been shopping for anti-aircraft missiles in Ukraine, but there are many holes in an otherwise terrifying story.