Paul Nguyen, from California, went on a date in the city of Medellin via the popular dating app, but was found dead hours later.
Colombia Wants ‘Total Peace’ With Cocaine Cartels. Americans Who Fought the Drug War Think It’s Doomed.
Colombian President Gustavo Petro has an audacious plan to end the war on drugs in his country. Is it too good to be true?
The government is auctioning off at least three Ferraris seized from an alleged member of the Clan del Golfo, and says it will give the proceeds “back to the people.”
Aída Victoria Merlano became a household name in Colombia after helping to bust her mom out of prison.
After two months of being locked in a U.S. federal prison, Colombia’s “Otoniel,” who’s been compared to Pablo Escobar, now wants peace.
Nancy González—who reportedly sold handbags to Salma Hayek, Britney Spears, and Victoria Beckham—is now facing extradition to the United States on smuggling charges.
Rodolfo Hernández, a leading presidential candidate who's been compared to Donald Trump, wants to gift cocaine to users to end the international trade.
The Department of State wants the drones because it says improvised explosive devices, ambushes, and hazardous wildlife are threats to personnel.
Gentil Duarte was a top boss of a faction of former FARC members that rejected the 2016 peace agreement.
The killers arrived, probably on a jet-ski, and shot Paraguay's anti-mafia prosecutor, Marcelo Pecci, twice on a beach near Cartagena, Colombia.