The initiative seeks to foster the creation of new jobs and job retention in the state
Criminal organizations employ as many Mexicans as some of the largest companies doing legitimate business in the country, reveals new research
Mexico repeats on this list, issued on the same day this country extradited a son of major drug lord Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán to the US
The new numbers came out a day after Colombia's first-ever leftist president Gustavo Petro and his Mexican counterpart Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador criticized the "failed" US-led so-called "war on drugs."
Petro, the first leftist president in Colombia's history, stressed recognizing drug consumption as a public health problem.
Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán points fingers at what seems to be the real masterminds behind the drug trade on both Mexican and United States borders.
Drug Decriminalization Gone Mainstream? Former Presidents Of Brazil, Colombia, Mexico Call It 'Unmitigated Disaster'
Ernesto Zedillo, Cesar Gaviria and Fernando Henrique Cardoso fear that a U.N. panel on narcotics will shut them out of the debate on the drug war.
'El Chapo’ Guzmán Lawyer Says Sean Penn Lied In 'Rolling Stone' Article, Demands He Testify In Court
Sean Penn may have lied about El Chapo's reported confession
Did Sean Penn Plan ‘El Chapo’ Interview With Cartel Leader’s Son In Venezuela Under Chavista Protection?
Sean Penn met with cartel boss’ son ahead of controversial interview, according to a Spanish newspaper
Shawn Moran, Border Patrol Agent, Criticizes Sean Penn’s ‘Celebrating’ Of ‘El Chapo’ In Rolling Stone Article
If Sean Penn wants a conversation on the failed Drug War, he’s not going to get one from Marco Rubio or the Border Patrol.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro Responds To American Arrest Of His Nephews, Charges Of Cocaine Smuggling
DEA accusations of Venezuelan drug trafficking got serious on Wednesday with arrest of President Maduro’s relatives.
Enrique Serrano is not happy about the way producers portrayed the city in it.
Pope Francis targeted Mexico between the lines in his call for rethinking the War on Drugs, in which he described state failures in what sounded like Latin America.
Brazil is on the brink of decriminalizing marijuana, cocaine, heroin and other drugs as supreme court judges indicated this week that the current prohibition on drugs is ineffective and violates citizens’ rights to privacy.
Obama Calls Marijuana Legalization Efforts ‘Important,' But Will His Administration’s Policies In Latin America Change To Reflect His Stance?
The president indicated in a recent interview that he supports state-level marijuana legalization as an experiment. But his stance on Latin America's drug war don't seem to reflect his apparent openness on the subject.