How Mexico Is Losing the War Against Cartels
A series of violent incidents last month revealed the deadly power of the cartels, and the weakness of the state.
Weed-Curious Politicians Should Look to Uruguay, Where There's No Fuss Over Legal Pot
People freak out about weed legalization, then realize it’s better and stop caring.
Mexico’s Other Drug War Is Addiction, and Its Rehabs Are Terrifying
A rise in meth addiction has exposed Mexico’s shambolic, often brutal drug treatment system.
Drugs & Crime
It's Game of Thrones in Cartel Land Now That El Chapo's in Prison for Life
In Mexico, his sons could struggle to survive.
Tired of Smuggling Humans Over the Border, Mexican Cartels Are Refocusing on Drugs
This does not bode well for overdoses in the U.S.
How One of Mexico's Biggest Cartels Is Trying to Dominate the Country's Wildest West
In a shift in the drug war, Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generation is confronting rivals in southwestern Mexico, and fighting the government.
Venezuela's Government Is So Corrupt It Basically Has Its Own Cartel
They call it the Cartel of the Suns, and it's no joke.
In El Chapo's Mexico, Fentanyl is the New Boom Drug
Despite the drug lord's take down, the narco-trade in Sinaloa is thriving as producers shift from heroin to deadly opioids.
This Casting Director Puts Real Cartel Members in Movies
Eduardo Giralt Brun is offering at-risk youths a potential way out of an early grave by playing themselves on screen.