Joaquín Guzmán Loera

9.13.16

Mexican drug lord's wife arrested for trying to resurrect his cartel

Clara Elena Laborín Archuleta, the wife of imprisoned drug lord Hector Beltrán Leyva, was reportedly planning to retake turf in Acapulco that was once held by her husband's cartel.

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6.17.16

El Chapo's hometown may be under attack from a rival, also nicknamed El Chapo

El Chapo's mother reportedly left La Tuna, a small village in the Sinaloan sierra, in a helicopter fleeing the violence. Locals speak of rising tensions as a rival cartel moves into the territory, led by El Chapo Isidro.

6.14.16

Mexican Politician Will Go to Trial After Alleged Love Affair With El Chapo

State-level legislator Lucero Sánchez López allegedly used fake identification to visit the drug lord in the maximum-security prison where he was held between February 2014 and his spectacular tunnel escape in July last year.

5.20.16

El Chapo's Extradition to the US Has Been Approved

Chapo is now very close to a trial in Texas or California, but the world's most famous drug lord can still appeal the extradition order.

3.2.16

El Chapo Is Very Sleepy and Ready to Take His Chances in America

The Sinaloa cartel boss is reportedly miffed and ready to cross the border because Mexican prison guards are waking him up all the time.

3.2.16

Meet the L.A. Apparel Makers Who Scored Big With ‘El Chapo’

VICE News visits the downtown Los Angeles showroom of Barabas, a men’s apparel company that makes the eclectic paisley shirts made famous by El Chapo following his interview with Sean Penn in Rolling Stone.

2.17.16

How 'El Chapo' is Influencing LA's Music Scene (Extra Scene from 'Cashing In On 'El Chapo'')

VICE News met up with Adolfo Valenzuela, one of the brothers behind “narco-corrido” music label Twiins Enterprises, to discuss the appeal of El Chapo, and what makes him different from Pablo Escobar.

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