Legal marijuana in the United States is having an impact on the drug’s manufacturers, sellers and smugglers near the U.S.-Mexico border.
‘Boomerang’ operations are necessary due to the high levels of drug cartel-induced corruption within Mexican law enforcement agencies and government institutions.
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.
Mexico has been waging a war against drug cartels for decades; capturing Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán matters a great deal to the United States.
After months of intense searching, Mexican authorities finally recaptured fugitive drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán on Jan. 8th.
“Virtual Fence” links underground sensors, radar towers, and other networks into an integrated invisible surveillance system at the US – Mexico border.
The loss of six American airmen, including four federal agents, in Afghanistan provides proof that combat is not over as far as the Taliban are concerned.
The spike in Mexican-origin heroin use across the US in the past decade has now reached epidemic proportions.
New IHS contributor and TV analyst, Sylvia Longmire, offers her expert analysis on how the US Government is having trouble detecting asylum fraud.