After years of police successfully claiming "self-defense" as bodies piled up in the country's bloody drug war, will the same rationale work when the victims are on-duty intelligence officers?
We shadowed cartel members in Mexico along every step of the fentanyl supply chain.
The Philippine drug war has seen thousands of deaths at the hands of police. They leave behind countless women and children, whose collective trauma is far-reaching, and often overlooked.
A new podcast series from VICE News and Spotify is a deep dive into the powerful opioid fueling America’s overdose crisis.
In a long-awaited report, the United Nations said that the policies of President Rodrigo Duterte’s government acted like a "permission to kill."
“We were the targets. We just don’t know why,” one family member said.
“This defeat is going to be very costly for López Obrador and will probably result in the resignation of his security secretary”
The Sinaloa cartel leader’s son was detained by the Mexican military but released amid a shootout.
Mexican soldiers found Ovidio Guzmán López but were apparently outgunned in a battle that spilled onto the city's streets.
In a shift in the drug war, Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación is convincing self-defense groups representing southwestern Mexico's rural poor to fight the government.
The anonymous jury convicted the kingpin on all 10 counts related to his drug smuggling empire.
A gun-trafficking case involving ex-law enforcement exposed the lie at the heart of Trump's race-baiting over the migrant caravan.