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Feds are combing through ‘voluminous’ evidence after seizing $1 billion worth of cocaine on a JPMorgan-owned ship this summer
Federal authorities are reviewing over 4,000 hours of audio and data from more than 50 devices, and 500 gigabytes of vessel information.
"Narco subs" have become increasingly popular with smugglers, as they can carry huge drug loads and are hard to detect.
The Coast Guard’s newest cutter busted 2,100 pounds of cocaine before it even got to home port for the first time
The Coast Guard has been hauling in record amounts of cocaine, and this was likely the first of many such busts for the cutter Midgett.
‘El Chapo’ Guzmán’s family is starting fashion brands inspired by the jailed kingpin, and the US might not be able to do anythi...
With Guzmán's permission and clean records for the owners, Chapo-inspired fashion brands may be out of the reach of US authorities.
A change in what's being smuggled hints at a change in how Mexican criminal groups are doing business.
North Koreans reportedly use crystal meth as casually as cigarettes and are shipping the drug to China
While meth is now technically illegal in North Korea, people still make it in their homes and smuggle it to China.
The US has issued a security alert for a major border city in Mexico after a wave of attacks on police
After a series of attacks on police in Ciudad Juarez, the US Consulate General there issued an alert about violence the city, which borders El Paso.
Coast Guard crews are capturing record amounts of cocaine — here’s how they chase down high-seas smugglers
The Coast Guard seized over 1.3 million pounds of cocaine in the past three years, including a record 493,000 pounds in 2017. Here's how they do it.
The Coast Guard is on the front lines against high-seas drug traffickers, and the service's marksmen have plenty of chances to prove their mettle.
The Coast Guard is catching record amounts of cocaine, and activity is growing around a smuggling hotspot
The Coast Guard is scouring the Pacific Ocean to stop traffickers, who are taking longer and longer routes to get their drugs to the US.