Ismael Zambada-Imperial, known for his lavish lifestyle, is the latest member of the world's most prolific drug cartel to strike a deal with the U.S.
The hit, which took place in broad daylight, is a grim echo of Ciudad Juarez's worst days of gangland violence.
The former drug kingpin tried to use VICE News reporting to appeal his life sentence. Here's how that went.
Emma Coronel Aispuro, El Chapo’s current wife, was just sentenced to three years in a U.S. prison—more than a decade less than she could have received.
The move to go after Aureliano Guzmán Loera, known as El Guano, comes following the “largest fentanyl seizure in history” in Sinaloa. Mexico's criminal organizations are major producers of illicit versions of the killer opioid.
US authorities also named 8 members of an alleged fentanyl smuggling network working for El Mayo on the border.
A new video shows the world's most famous drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán dropping his pants after he was arrested in 2016.
The discovery of dozens of grisly “extermination houses” and mass graves has set the city on edge.
Coronel is also accused of helping coordinate El Chapo’s infamous 2015 escape from Mexico’s maximum-security Altiplano prison.
The move is an attempt by AMLO's government to claw back a semblance of control in the violence-plagued state, but it gives an opening to a rival cartel.