- Feds investigating CVS over alleged missing drugs Updated: Mar-11-14 2:11 pm
- DEA warns of extortion scheme in New Mexico Updated: Mar-10-14 6:16 am
- DEA Albuquerque office gets new head agent Updated: Mar-07-14 7:47 am
- Chapo's Rise: From poor, abused to cartel kingpin Updated: Mar-01-14 3:31 pm
- Cartels send ice from super labs to Mississippi Updated: Mar-01-14 12:06 pm
- Guzman not likely to be in US court soon Updated: Feb-23-14 5:29 pm
- Mexico captures Sinaloa cartel boss 'Chapo' Guzman Updated: Feb-22-14 8:07 pm
- AG thanks DEA for role in Mexican cartel arrest Updated: Feb-22-14 7:24 pm
- Local official wants cartel chief tried in Chicago Updated: Feb-22-14 5:34 pm
MODESTO, California - Federal officials are investigating CVS over tens of thousands of prescription pain killers that they say have gone missing from four of the company's California pharmacies, a newspaper reported.
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - The Drug Enforcement Administration is warning New Mexico residents about an extortion scheme involving impostors posing as DEA agents.
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - The Albuquerque district office of the Drug Enforcement Administration has a new assistant special agent in charge.
It was nighttime in May of 1990, in the heyday of the cocaine boom across America. Twenty Mexican federal police officers and a handful of U.S. Customs agents, acting on a tip, descended on a stucco home on the edge of Agua Prieta, Mexico - a stone's throw from Arizona. "Policia," they yelled, guns drawn, before busting down the front door.
GULFPORT, Mississippi - An underworld that traffics meth has found its way to South Mississippi, with Mexican drug cartels sending small groups to handle the delivery of meth in its most potent form.
WASHINGTON - After 13 years on the run, narrow escapes from the military, law enforcement and rivals, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is back in Mexican custody. Now starts what is likely to be a lengthy and complicated legal process to decide which country gets to try him first.
MEXICO CITY - Mexican authorities captured the world's most powerful drug lord in a resort city Saturday after a massive search through the home state of the legendary capo whose global organization is the leading supplier of cocaine to the United States.
WASHINGTON - Attorney General Eric Holder is personally thanking the Drug Enforcement Administration for its role in Saturday morning's arrest of Mexico's most-wanted drug trafficker.
CHICAGO - A local drug enforcement official said Saturday he wants a cartel leader who was named Chicago's first "Public Enemy No. 1" since Al Capone to be brought to the city to stand trial.