Hospital workers witnessed a gruesome rise in exploitation and violence against children involved in heroin and crack dealing over lockdown, a new report has found.
President Iván Duque’s government called the bomb a “terrorist act” and is also in the midst of trying to end a month of violent, anti-government street protests.
Jessica Oseguera's father, known as El Mencho, is one of the DEA’s most wanted fugitives and has a $10 million bounty on his head.
Violence at the beach resort, a popular landing spot for cocaine coming from South America, is common and worsened by vacationing tourists, who pump the local demand for marijuana and cocaine, creating competition.
While the alleged mastermind of the murder, Dámaso López Serrano, known as Mini Lic, is behind bars in the U.S., there's hope that he may be extradited to Mexico. He denies his involvement.
Emma Coronel Aispuro, wife of the infamous Sinaloa cartel leader, pleaded guilty to charges she was “aware” of multi-ton drug shipments and involved in her husband’s business.
Every kilo of weed grown in UK illegal cannabis farms produces the same carbon emissions as a return flight from London to New York.
As the U.S. vice president delivered her message on immigration during a trip to Central America and Mexico, migrants and smugglers were unimpressed and unperturbed.
The so-called “Aussie Cartel” is an alliance forged by the “baddest of the bad.”
Social media panic about opioid-tainted coke is unfounded, says one drug expert, but certain groups are still at risk.
The latest violent incident in a Guatemalan prison shows the government's lack of control over its penitentiary system.