It’s a 180-degree turn from the original, an outcry against the border drug wars.
Also, Taraji P. Henson gave away free Hidden Figures tickets to low-income families.
The most prolific traffickers in Chicago’s history receive relatively light sentences.
Judge Ruben Castillo says the sentence for Alfredo Vazquez-Hernandez, an alleged cartel coordinator, should be seen as a “message.”
Alfredo Vasquez-Hernandez, accused of being a coordinator for the cartel, is set to be sentenced in federal court in Chicago.
What the case against Vicente Zambada reveals about the federal government’s efforts to take down overseas drug suppliers.
Parris Fultz was a self-described independent operator in a business—drug dealing—dominated by larger-scale players.
Drug dealing hasn’t always been done in the open—but it has been going on for generations.
Why did the DEA look the other way while two brothers imported as much as eight tons of cocaine into the city?