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‘El Chapo’ Guzman’s reign is finally at an end — here’s how he compares to Colombian kingpin Pablo Escobar
Escobar and Guzman dealt with different challenges and different markets, but both amassed incredible amounts power and influence.
Mexicans in the world’s most violent city are taking barbed wire right off the border wall to protect their own homes
Some of the concertina wire US troops installed on the wall between San Diego and Tijuana has reappeared on homes south of the border.
US prosecutors said when they convicted the Sinaloa cartel chief they would go after his $14 billion in drug profits. Now they just have to find it.
Convicted kingpin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman is likely heading to the ‘Alcatraz of the Rockies’ — a US prison where no one has ev...
US authorities have said little about where the convicted cartel chief could serve his time, but he seems likely to head to ADX Florence in Colorado.
The verdict came after six days of deliberations and 11 weeks of testimony in a New York federal court.
Some of the most recent revelations during Guzman's trial have concerned his two jailbreaks, which helped boost his stature in the narco underworld.
The US has issued a security alert for a major border city in Mexico after a wave of attacks on police
After a series of attacks on police in Ciudad Juarez, the US Consulate General there issued an alert about violence the city, which borders El Paso.
Accusations of bribes to the highest level of Mexico's government have emerged again in the trial of Sinaloa cartel chief Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
The Sinaloa cartel wanted to smuggle 100 tons of cocaine on an oil tanker — one of many shocking allegations from the son of one of the cartel...
Vicente Zambada Niebla, the son of Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada, was involved in the Sinaloa cartel from a young age, and he shared details of its operations.
Someone threw 2 grenades at a US consulate in Mexico, and the FBI is offering a $20,000 reward for information about it
The grenade attack didn't kill or injure anyone, and the nature of the crime underscores Mexico's complex criminal landscape.