IN COLD BLOOD
How Escobar Fed America’s Deadly Crack Habit
IN COLD BLOOD
Escobar’s Hitman Speaks: ‘I Blew Up More Than 100 People’
Mexico’s Game of Bones
After more than 10 years, and with yet another mass grave containing 168 bodies newly uncovered, there’s still no end in sight for Mexico’s disastrous Drug War.
Inside the Minds of Cartel Hitmen: Hannibal Lecters for Hire
A groundbreaking new study seeks to profile the behavior patterns of cartel assassins in Mexico, offering a rare glimpse into their strange and tortured psyches.
BULLETS AS BALLOTS
The Cartel’s Deadly Grip on Mexico’s Elections
At least 145 politicians, candidates, and party workers have been killed since the campaign season began in September.
Mexican Rapper Dissolved Filmmakers’ Corpses in Acid
‘No one gets entangled without consequences,’ QBA once rapped.
The Narco War in Colombia Is Not Over
Civilians are paying the price as violence is on the rise—and cocaine production is way up.
BREAKING BAD AND WORSE
Busted: The Fed in Cahoots With a Colombian Drug Lord
The conviction of a Homeland Security investigator, bribed with cash and prostitutes by a cartel capo, highlights the problem of narco-corruption among U.S. law enforcement.
Game of Drones: Mexico’s Cartels Have a Deadly New Weapon
Weaponized drones – ISIS-style aerial IEDs – are just the latest paramilitary hardware the cartels are adding to the their arsenals.