Mexican Drug Cartel News
'Cartel Land' Explores Deadly Consequences of Illegal Drug Trade
Filmmaker Matthew Heineman's Oscar-nominated film gives a chilling depiction of how the U.S.'s growing demand for illegal drugs helps fuel Mexico's drug war.
Prosecutor: Hundreds of Pot Plants Grown Where 8 Were Killed
Four days after the calculated killings of eight people in rural Ohio, a prosecutor revealed Monday that drugs were found at some of the crime scenes, including a grow-house sheltering hundreds of marijuana plants
The Latest: Hundreds of Pot Plants Found at Killing Scenes
An Ohio prosecutor says investigators found what appeared to be several hundred marijuana plants at some of the homes where eight relatives were found shot to death last week
Pope Francis Calls for 'Open Hearts' During Mass at US-Mexico Border
On the last day of his trip to Mexico, Pope Francis visited a prison, spoke to business leaders and workers, and hosted a Mass near the U.S.-Mexico border. At the border, the Pontiff asked the world to recognize the plight of people who risk their lives to flee violence, extortion and poverty at
New Photos of 'El Chapo' Moments After He Was Captured
In the interview with Sean Penn, the infamous drug lord claims he hasn't done drugs in decades.
Search for 43 Students Yields 129 Other Bodies in Mexico : What We Know
Mexican authorities have discovered 129 other bodies while searching for 43 missing college students over the last 10 months. Authorities have not made a connection between these bodies and those of the 43 young men who disappeared after clashing with police in Iguala, Mexico, on Sept. 26,
Waging War on Heroin in the Suburbs
It was just another school day when Gee Vigna went to wake up her daughter Nicky, who was in high school, but Vigna knew something was wrong the moment she saw her daughter lying in bed. “She was completely gray, her eyes were rolled back in the back of her head and she was frothing at the mouth,”
Alleged Mexican Drug Cartel Thugs Kidnap American 'Courier' in SC
FBI: Case Sends Message US 'Will Not Tolerate the Kidnapping of American Citizens'
Surge of Children Crossing Border Alone Filling Lackland AFB
Rigoberto Martinez Is One of 1,200 Children Housed at an Emergency Shelter Set Up at Lackland AFB