President Trump made a stunning announcement in which he vowed to designate Mexican drug cartels as terrorist groups. There are far-reaching implications.
Most illegal drugs sold in the U.S. arrived through legal entrances, and only a small percentage is moved “between ports of entry.” Can a border wall help?
Cocaine grown and processed in Colombia most commonly enters the United States through the Southwest border. When Colombian cocaine reaches Mexico, Mexican transnational criminal organizations smuggle it into the United States by various means, including through tunnels.
Federal prosecutors in the U.S. Attorneys offices, the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Administration and officials who oversee federal law enforcement grants will coordinate assistance with the 12 cities named in a newly created public safety partnership.
A onetime decorated U.S. Army sniper instructor known as Rambo was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in prison for conspiring in a plot to kill a Drug Enforcement Administration agent.
The DEA alleges that some Hezbollah members used millions of dollars gained through cocaine sales in the US and Europe to fund operations in Syria and Lebanon.
Are you being watched? The IRS has joined the list of at least 13 federal agencies equipped with surveillance technology known as Stingray.
By William Tucker The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency filed a lawsuit against the Lebanese Canadian Bank in December 2011 following allegations that the bank was laundering money for Hezbollah. The Lebanese terrorist group was using the banks to hide proceeds from drug trafficking and the sales of U.S. manufactured vehicles in Western Africa. Eventually the money made its way to Lebanon and was used to support the group’s activities.