Los Zetas News
Federal investigations into Cuban smuggling, Major League Baseball slow
About this time last summer, two federal investigations into the smuggling of Cuban baseball players to the United States were gathering momentum. Most Cuban defectors on Major League Baseball rosters, and many in the minor leagues, faced interviews by investigators from the Department of Homeland
2 Mexican Men Extradited to US in Death of Federal Agent
Two Mexican men have been extradited to the United States to face charges in the 2011 shooting death of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement special agent
‘This Week’ Transcript: Crisis in Ukraine, President George W. Bush
Below is the rush transcript for "This Week" on February 23, 2014 and it may contain errors. RADDATZ: Hello again. I'm Martha Raddatz. Great to have you with us. We're tracking breaking news this morning, the capture of the man some call Mexico's Osama bin Laden. One of the most wanted criminals in
Mexico's Paradise, Lost
How to promote tourism in a place where visitors have been robbed, raped, killed and kidnapped?
The Last Kingpin: ‘El Loco’ Barrera to Stand Trial
One of the World’s Most Wanted Drug Lords Will Soon Stand Trial in New York.
Mexican Drug Cartel Courts Civilians With Parties for Kids
Although Cartels Have Historically Courted Civilians This is a New Move for Los Zetas
Will Mexican Cartels Benefit From Immigration Reform?
Critics say Immigration Reform will Make it Easier for Cartels to Work in the U.S.
Mexican Cartel Has Been Recruiting Americans Since 2010
The Mexican Cartel, Los Zetas, has been vigorously expanding its U.S. connections and influence since at least 2010, a confidential FBI document shows. The recently leaked FBI bulletin was published by the equal information advocacy website Public Intelligence. It says U.S. gangs formed by both
Mexican Cartel Presence Threatens European Security, Europol Says
The growing presence of Mexican cartels on European soil has become a cause of concern for the European Police Office (Europol). Los Zetas, the Sinaloa cartel and other Mexican organized crime groups have expanded their drug trafficking operations in Europe, and have reportedly opened new criminal