After a long trial involving a mountain of evidence, a jury in New York found Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán guilty on all 10 federal criminal counts.
In this video, AMU's Dr. Matthew Crosston discusses the relationship between Russia and Ukraine – and how each nation views the peninsula of Crimea.
John Ubaldi's analysis of JPMorgan Chase Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon's damaging critique on the state of American politics.
The answer to the U.S. drug abuse epidemic involves reducing consumer demand. Jailing and rehabilitating drug offenders has proved to be ineffective.
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?
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham stated she has ordered the withdrawal of most of the 118 National Guard troops deployed on New Mexico's border with Mexico.
The Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Twenty-first Amendment potentially affects hundreds of state laws that regulate the intrastate sale and distribution of alcohol.
Former Sinaloa cartel leader Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán will wait for a verdict as the jury begins its deliberations on Feb. 4.
Despite several strategies to eradicate domestic cocaine production, Colombia still struggles with a massive drug cultivation and manufacturing problem.