Here’s what you should know about Joaquin Guzman, according to those who know him—from government authorities to former lovers
The first time Joaquín Guzmán escaped from a Mexican prison, in 2001, he was just a gangster. But during the 13 years he remained at large, drug trafficking grew...
His escape could set Mexico's War on Drugs back 10 years
The new law prohibits everything from insulting a police officer to protesting outside the country's legislature
Ross Ulbricht has been sentenced to life in prison
The allegations emerge after investigations found DEA agents in Colombia consorted with prostitutes and members of drug cartels
The grim tally is now hitting record highs
The hearing has been rescheduled to next week due to the absence of a signed document
The Vatican said he meant no offense
Despite taking a hardline stance with foreigners on death row in Indonesia, President Joko Widodo has vowed to save the lives of his compatriots facing execution...
Omar Trevino Morales, widely considered to be the most important leader of the Zetas drug cartel, was captured by Mexican police and soldiers
Not that Rastafarians ever paid much attention to the law
The government says 30-year-old Ross Ulbricht is an Internet narcotics dealer who ordered six murders. Ulbricht's defense says he's being framed.
A database of vehicle movements records times, dates and in some cases, identifiable images of drivers, the Wall Street Journal reports
Cops Protest Mayor at Funeral Dozens of New York City police officers turned their backs toward Mayor Bill de Blasio during services to honor and remember a...
Charlie Shrem stood accused of supplying upwards of $1 million in Bitcoins to money laundering ring
He was picked up while outside a recording studio on Seventh Avenue
U.S. Links North Korea to Hack American officials have determined the government of North Korea is connected to the hack that left Sony Entertainment Pictures...
Prosecutors say Alfredo Vasquez-Hernandez is a lieutenant for Mexican drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman
President Juan Manuel Santos's decision to suspended negotiations with the Marxist rebels after they detained a senior military officer has forced the FARC to...